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. gdl203

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    I like the Max Bill. Did you buy it here? I think there was an SFer selling his recently
     


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    Orient 60th anniversary ...
     


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    Nice!
     


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    The elegant simplicity keeps striking me.
     




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    Check out the new Christopher Ward releases:
    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_eAZMZQV5ei...Trident+07.jpg You missed their new Trident range of watches (the above pic is not all of them either, there's a GMT model with different colour ranges as well). My C60 Trident Automatic with steel bracelet (top left in the above link) is already on its way [​IMG]
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    Just made a watch thread last night without knowing this one exists. Does anyone know where I can find big face watches similar to these but on the cheaper end (doesn't have to be brand name). The website he models for sells them for ~50 bucks. But the ones he is wearing in those pictures are sold out I believe. [​IMG][​IMG]
     


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    ^^those look like a couple of Nixon watches. If you want a big face, and cheap...well go Invicta, or search for Nixon
     


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    A shot from a few days ago of a new SD. Even with all the hype over the new SubC I decided to go with the old version.

    Good choice - much nicer than both the SDDS and the SubC, IMO.
     


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    A really fine, underrated piece of horology and design [​IMG] Max Bill - wear it in good health.
     


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    Damn it I want one of those Max Bill Chronoscope's. I never see them for sale used.
     


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    Which model is that? Kind of looks like a rounded AP Royal Oak with that strap.
     


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    Oysterquartz Datejust, ref 17000

    /M
     


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    One of the few Chrono's that really appeals to me.
     


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