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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    Probably posted both of these pics before, but wore this yesterday (on the leather strap):

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    Probably posted both of these pics before, but wore this yesterday (on the leather strap):
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    The brown strap fits the best on the black clock [​IMG].
     


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    Panerai is certainly growing on me with all these recent pics.
     


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    Sporting the 111 today.
     


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    Here is my current watch:

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    and here is my dream watch (will be a while I think):

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    Panerai is certainly growing on me with all these recent pics.

    I hear ya. I mean I was really against it couple years ago. Right now, I'm eyeing at a PAM 190.
     


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    It's time Over dinner last week in HKG EthanDesu, Gazman & I agreed that it's time for Panerai again - especially the historic or non-complicated models. [​IMG] *rode to cafe & as it is winter down here in the Antipodes, gloves for warmth​
     


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    I hear ya. I mean I was really against it couple years ago. Right now, I'm eyeing at a PAM 190.


    The 190 is probably the best modern day Rad- not super big and that JLC movement is killer! Really miss mine- 8 (.

    Get it you won't regret it!

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    Vintage Datejust 1601 Circa 1969
    On an Antique Brown Alligator Strap by My Bro Aaron.


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    Vintage Datejust 1601 Circa 1969
    On an Antique Brown Alligator Strap by My Bro Aaron.


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    I like the acrylic crystal version. Nice.
     


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    Texture city today [​IMG] Greg
     


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