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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. foulard

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    Vintage Omega Speedmaster Chrono. Terrible picture due to my baby boy's spit having dried on the glass but its actually in mint condition.
     


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    A lot of the Skagen and Seiko watches suffer from this too; they're really cool looking, but you're stuck with the original band.

    No good. Fooling with the band is a great watch recreation / style 'speriment.
     
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    It's a cool watch, however I'm personally not crazy about the yellow / orange / blue versions.
     


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    I think that Skagen has a lot more issues than proprietary lugs! They're dreadful watches.
     


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    +1, very cool pilot.
     


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    glad to see you gave in. looks great! try not to get any pastrami smudges on it ;)
     


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    good kop Rambo!
     


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


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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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