Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, May 20, 2007.
all 3 looking good, gents.
Thank you both! I also really like their watches - especially the Tradition and Le Réveil du Tsar. ...and of course all Tourbillons
Very nice watch - enjoy!
i just saw about a half dozen or more of their tourbillons at the nyc boutique. amazing.
If anyone has not seen this report on Hodinkee, it is definitely worth a look:
Just about as close to my ideal watch as it gets, at least out of the non-independents.
That strap works too. I really like that.
newcomer - that is a nice one, for sure.
That's the standard strap for the Aquanaut. Patek did a nice job with the strap, its texture/pattern is inspired by the dial.
Yesterday's watch- still in bed so haven't decided what to wear today
Ps just changed the strap to blue-black...I think it looks stunning - and certainly more wearable now
looks beautiful as usual.
I think if I was ever to spend that much money on a watch, it would probably be something of that ilk. Still not convinced by a Tourby. Unless it was hidden .
Patek sure has a way of packing a bunch of complications in a watch absolutely effortlessly. Split second chrono, day/night, time, moonphase, perpetual calendar. What more can a WIS want! Not quite sure how I feel about the luminescence I guess, but that is about it.
if i remember correctly, all the patek tourbs are covered by the dial in the front, something about exposure to the sun i think.
but if i ever get a tourb, it will be fully exposed for all to see.
Great watch! I think it looks even better on the black strap.
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