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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    ^ Nice, but only one bracelet?
     


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    You think I need much more? :)
     


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    why are panerais so popular? i've always wondered this question...
     


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    I always liked the Oysterquartz look... too bad for people that bought them new, the resale on them compared to an automatic Rolex is a joke... However, if you want a pre-owned one, you should be able to pick one up for around $2K, sometimes less.
     


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    Beautiful vintage dial!
     
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    Buy one and find out.
     


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    yeah right. i'm saving for my ulysse nardin :inlove:
     


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    thats putting it mildly. this is fucking gorgeous. if I had this, id f*ck it. :embar:
     


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    agreed. While they are grossly overpriced, they are disgustingly fun watches. Ive absolutely loved every one of them that ive owned. All 13-15 of em. ;)
     


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    LOVE that oysterquartz.
     


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    :fonz:
     
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    ^^ That's a beauty. Eberhard, manual-wind valjoux I suppose.
     


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    whats a classy watch with a 13k USD budget? Will wear mostly with suits, was looking at IWC Portuguese and some Panerai but realized i want something thats a "less common" brand and more unique? anything comes to mind?
     


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    JLC Master in rose gold:

    Manual ultra-thin starts at about the £8k mark - http://www.thewatchgallery.co.uk/jaeger-lecoultre-master-ultra-thin-watch-q1452504-jlc-097
    Automatic master-control starts at about the £10k mark - http://www.thewatchgallery.co.uk/jaeger-lecoultre-master-control-watch-q1392420-jlc-033
     


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