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. Dino944

    Dino944 Senior member

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    A very handsome watch. Thanks for sharing a photo with us.
     


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    Indeed. A beautiful watch
     


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    Definitely is, looking classy!
     


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    the CS is fantastic, certainly watch pr0n in my book. looks nice with the caddy as well. ;)
     




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    May your dreams come true my friend.


    Understated and much nicer than the other strap with the larger lettering.
     


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    amen. :)
     


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    I really like this. From 1961

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    That's a very cool watch!!! I love asymetric watches. I've seen a few other vintage asymetric watches from from Hamilton. There are also some nice vintage examples out there from Patek, AP, VC and Cartier. I have one asymetric watc. Its a VC from 2006, which was based on a design from 1972, hence its called the 1972. Below is a photo of my asymetric watch.

    Best regards,
    Dino

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    Picked up a marina daylight recently, pics soon!
     


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    Picked up this Submariner on the weekend and couldn't be happier with it. Also have a Stowa Antea 365 on mid brown croc strap enroute sometime in August.

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    Sold my Sinn last month

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    I like that ^^ a lot. The only problem with vintage is finding one big enough. I have a V & C vintage that's 36-37mm which is large for late 40's model. Most are 33-35mm. How big is yours?
     


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    After many months, I finally found a PAM 390 at a reasonable price. Will post pics once I get it next week.
     


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    Thank you. It's 35mm but with the lugs it's 40mm long. My personal preference is for 35-37mm, with 40mm being my "maximum" size. This one is an heirloom from the '60s anyway, so most of its value to me is sentimental. Runs like a train though. FHF movt from memory.

    I'd like to see some pics of your V&C - sounds like a nice piece!
     


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