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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. tobeverbing

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    [​IMG] Base Pam. Most rewarding purchase thus far.
     
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  2. aj_del

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    Wearing this after several months

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    You must lean to the left alot...that things looks heavy.:D
     
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    If Panerai made a 38mm Radiomir I would be all over that. 6.5" wrists really limit the watches one can wear.
     
  5. gdl203

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    The Radiomir case wears smaller than the diameter may suggest (mostly because of the squarish cushion shape). They made a 40mm Radiomir back in the days that wore pretty much like a 38mm watch. Looks totally fine on a 6.5" wrist. Hard to find now though.

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    A gold rotor is always a nice touch.
     
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    Thanks guys. Always had a hardon for that watch (love the hidden date at the bottom of the 6 subdial) and ended up finding one barely used for a song. Came with a custom croc pilot strap too!
     
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    Second most rewarding purchase: 12mm platinum anal beads
     
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    milgauss with walther p99
     
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    I raise you with an Explorer II with Flex-X and 25mm HE cannon rounds [​IMG]

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    :nest:
     
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    [​IMG] I was going to go with the M4 first but decided to go straight to explosives.
     
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    pics of m4?
     
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    Just your standard issue M4, that watch and I have been on some adventures!

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    ah nice.
    i salute you for serving our country :nodding:
     
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    Thanks, I love that Milgauss. Whenever I get around to buying another Rolex it's going to be between that and an Explorer. It's hard to capture how awesome the green sapphire is in pictures.
     
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    the GV is too unorthodox for me...
    i was going to get the white on orange, and kind of regret that i didnt.. :facepalm:
     
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    1954 Longines my wife bought me for our Anniversary over the weekend.

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    SD is a watch good for every situation. if one could only have one watch, it'd probably be the SD/sub or the planet ocean.
     
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