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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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  1. JayJay

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    ^^^Looks good. Croc/gator strap, blue?
     
  2. Huntsman

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    Just cow. But yes, blue to match the face. I seem to like blue straps for some reason.
     
  3. jtoddaz

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    Pretty sure it´s the OEM "Vintage gold calf"!

    In that case the # is MX006DHR for the longer one...



    I think it's the cashmere strap.
     
  4. NonServiam

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    Yesterday's choice for moping around the house doing nothing [​IMG]


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  5. Alfa

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    ^one of my favorite watches. I have a real thing for two-register watches - much nicer than a tri-compax to my eye
     
  6. Scuderia-F1

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    I think it's the cashmere strap.
    I thought he was asking what strap it was delivered with, and that´s for sure not the cashmere.
     
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    ^one of my favorite watches. I have a real thing for two-register watches - much nicer than a tri-compax to my eye

    There's something very understated and classy about the look of a lot of hose IWC watches. I didn't know a lot about them but I'm starting to look into them more. Not cheap but I love the simplicity of the design. This one in particular looks very nice.
     
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    During evening beer break in Budapest. From the wrist of a German drinking buddy....

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    Vintage finds in Sunday street market...

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    Can anyone identify this watch? Sorry for the blurry screencap, it's from last night's Entourage
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  11. Eight

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    Looks big. Not my preference.
     
  12. Singular

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    Speedmaster straight outta '69:

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    So you've got a Speedmaster there which is a very classy watch with the added kudos of being the moon watch, and yet you want to bugger up the whole look by adding a bunch of schmutter on your wrist like some drunken frat boy on the beach at Cancun on Spring Break?

    Whats's the point?
     
  14. ScottMan

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    Guy, you've got to give it up. The point is he enjoys it. That's all you need to know. If you're that hurt by him wearing them don't read this thread as I'm sure you'll be gutted again. If he starts questioning wearing them I'm sure you'll be the first opinion he asks for.
     
  15. Mr.K

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    Can we just stop all the bracelet hate. It is getting old in many threads. Some of us wear them and some don't. It is like any other item, some will like them and some will not. Just enjoy the watches and leave the comments off the site please.
     
  16. VeloTime

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    Bathys 100 Fathom, plus some schmutter...

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  17. NonServiam

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    Yesterday's evening fishing trip.

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  18. ismelllikepoop

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    So you've got a Speedmaster there which is a very classy watch with the added kudos of being the moon watch, and yet you want to bugger up the whole look by adding a bunch of schmutter on your wrist like some drunken frat boy on the beach at Cancun on Spring Break?

    Whats's the point?


    you're an idiot
     
  19. NonServiam

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    Today: Heuer Autavia 73663, manual, early 70s. [​IMG]
     
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