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. jhcam8

    jhcam8 Senior member

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    Is this yours? If so, congratulations. The shot is great, but it seems to be missing some of the color in that beautiful lume.

    Aaron


    Yes, but a great watch nonetheless!
     
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    Yes, this is mine. The reflection of the crystal is a real b!tch. Will use a circular polariser to bring out the contrast of the dial.

    [​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] /M
    What is this? I can't make out the name on the dial.
     
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    I got this last year - was owned by the Omega museum in London, NOS megaquartz f2.4 Not to everyone's liking, but it's a beautiful piece of 70's bling [​IMG] p.s. this is not the actual watch, I don't have a photo on me at the moment.
     
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    What is this? I can't make out the name on the dial.

    It's an Eberhard&Co "Replica" - yes, that is the name of the model...

    /M
     
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    Here it´s another 360,

    [​IMG]

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us

    Didn´t know that were ristis around, great.
     
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    Yep, 6309-7040.

    /M

    Love the strap.
     
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    1889 Elgin

    [​IMG]

    Nice
     
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    Wait, you smell that?
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    No need for that (at least with regards to me), as I'm sure your collection can easily outshine my modest threesome [​IMG]

    But it's one HOT threesome (that any guy would be lucky to have) [​IMG]. While I admire ultra-complicated and ultra-expensive watches, I prefer ones I can actually wear for anything. As a result, my pieces are all steel, and their reputations for reliability largely influenced their entrance into my collection (less so on the PP, which is also my favorite).
     
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    It's an Eberhard&Co "Replica" - yes, that is the name of the model... /M
    Thanks M
     
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    What's the largest watch that would be suitable for a 6.5" wrist? 42mm?
     
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    Totally depends on style (optics-wise) and shape (comfort-wise). I'm quite sure that a 6,5" wrist can pull off a 44mm Panerai, for example.

    /M
     
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