Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, May 20, 2007.
Just got this IWC 3714-01:
Congrats - the 3714 was my first IWC (and still my favorite). wear it in good health.
How much was the service / what did they do?
Never mind. Beautiful watch.
'0' Charge. Complete service under warranty. The Issue was that the Date was changing , however the Day was not.
I have been busy with work and not posting much, but thought this may be of interest.
Almost has as much junk as my Panerai. These boxes are tough to store!!
Guess have to do more work!!
PS. Notice the little white watch by on my bed by the box? Thats the one that started it all 12 years ago.....
Thanks JJ, it's a pink gold filled vintage from the 50s, strap is lizard skin.
nice watch and nice links
JLC Deep Sea 2011 sighting! Fantastic!
JLC Polaris Reissue 1968 (the one without the dauphine hands)
JLC Deep Sea Reissue 2011 European Version
I think these two have a chance to appreciate over time. Especially the Polaris 68
A vintage VC or AP rotor automatic
Benrus Type 1 Dive
Heuer Bundeswehr chrono
Worth another look
So, just for fun, thought I would post my list for my next watch purchase. Still on the horizon... but I am working on it . Selling off a bunch of my wardrobe, so I figured I would start saving!
Looking for something that is dressy [all I have now is a Damasko DC56 and Seiko Blue Sumo, so those are my go-to tool watches], but ideally something that could be worn with business casual. And here are the contenders--please feel free to offer suggestions:
Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Master Ultra Thin [not decided on size].
I would get this with the silver dial, however. Although I love the MUT, a bit worried about it being worn in anything less than a suit or tie, which is a bit discouraging.
Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Reserve de Marche.
Probably number one on the list right now.
Grand Seiko SBGA011—“Snowflake” Spring Drive.
Maybe number two on the list... so many decisions!
Dornblueth & Sohn 99.1.
There is a lot to like about Dornblueth, so much character, and I love the Bauhaus style.
Dornblueth & Sohn 99.2.
This is on my wish list...
Shap! Welcome David.
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