Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, May 20, 2007.
oh god, my brain, it's melting.....
Took this a while back but it's still one of my favorites. Shot was taken with a 105mm macro on a D3 using 8in bellows in about 12 exposures. Frames were stitched together in PS. Watch is a Rolex Turn-O-Graph on Oyster bracelet:
Fast Foward by camhabib, on Flickr
Damasko DA36; Toshi strap "Papaya"/natural; Bob Davis bead blasted deployant.
love the Damasko.
Nice. Where can I find a strap like that? Looks awesome on that watch. Love the blue on blue.
authorized dealers or omega boutiques...
its not blue and blue its blue on black (stock speedmasters are black faced)
Thank you. I really like it too. So many great watches in this thread.
Can any of you guys knowledgeable in repairs speak to this: I took my Oris and Seiko into one of the high end shops today to appraise service. They refused to service it stating that Seiko and Oris do not release parts to them and that all repairs for those brands have to be in house (sent back to them). This sounded like bullshit to me, since they use completely generic movements. Thoughts?
Wonderfull Omega. Need one of those aswell.
Try to use a strap. Would make it mutch better.
Given some of the pictures I've just seen, and although I don't need a third chrono, I think an Omega Speedy is in order as my prospective watch purchase...
daytona > speedmaster
yes, and go for the Ferrari over the Taurus, won't cost much more. Like 8 times, but who's counting?
Could be correct:
i think its about 2x? but you its a daytona... the holy grail of rolex will never depreciate a penny.. while the speedmaster will be worth half the price you got it for the second you walk out of the store
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