The Watch Appreciation Thread (Reviews and Photos of Men's Timepieces by Rolex, Patek Philippe, Brei

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, May 20, 2007.

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    This is my every day watch I have worn it since 1983. It has 2 services
    one full and one band adjustment. It still keeps almost perfect time. I have
    worn it diving, ski racing (blocking rapid gates), finishing concrete and painting.
    In short it is an ad for Rolex and how well they built this watch!
     
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    Crappy pics of my new Accutron with Valjoux 7750. I've been wearing it for a week now and I could not be happier.

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    The Port. Chrono 3714-001 is the watch I've owned the longest. I normally wear it on a peanut brown croc strap but every winter it spends some time on the OEM black. The dial takes on a sterile white appearance and the entire package looks like a piece of Teutonic lab equipment. Love it.
     
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    Proud new owner of IWC Portuguese Chrono-Automatic

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    Awesome Portuguese!
     
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    Shipping is $40 and customs should run about $15 - 25 if they ding you. Don't bother with the COSC. The Stowa movement is plenty good. There are several used Stowas on Watchuseek and TimeZone. Save that, you've got to get it from them.

    FYI - Just got my customs bill for $12.15 from FedEx on my Stowa MA.
     
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    Super watch!
     
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    A poor photo of my newly inherited IWC mark XII...

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    A poor photo of my newly inherited IWC mark XII...

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    That's a classic right there. Awesome!
     
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    pardon the date changing. CLICK for off-wrist [​IMG] seiko skx007 on maratec bond [​IMG] seiko snk809 yobokies mod
     
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    That Seiko looks great.
     
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