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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, May 20, 2007.
+1 gdl DSSD today.
Anyone else notice the new 38.5 mm offering from Dornbluth? Fitted with a completely inhouse movement, the watch is known as the Quintus - available in two models: the Klassik and Auf & Ab (power reserve). More details on http://www.dornblueth.com/flash.php?p=collection&s=refcal_20101
Great size for pencil wrist types, such as myself! The Klassik is apparently selling for around 7,000 Euros, and 10,000 for the Auf & Ab.
^ Oh god I just found my next watch - better yet, a wedding watch.
Just got the Polar Explorer II...I think I'm done...for now.
Anyone have feedback regarding Wolf winders? The version made for this vendor, Topper 1940, seems a pretty decent buy for the price:
Wolf winders are great, long lasting, functional winders with good after sales support if needed.
Buy with no hesitation.
And now, it would appear that I am to embark on a quest fraught with the risk, or perhaps certainty, of utter ruin.
luminor panny gimme gimme
What does sf think of this timex watch?
Worth the price? 165$~ish. Any other suggestions at that price point?
i find there are plenty of of ADs that will give good discounts, but lacking that, i wholeheartedly agree.
id guess ive bought over 25 rolexes, panerais, IWC, AP, etc....always grey market. always from a trusted seller. never a problem.
Quoting myself because this is the nicest watch ever
Welcome theruk, maybe ask in the non-baller thread.
its a damn fine watch, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder. either way, you aught to buy one for yourself.
Stitches, you seem to work with watches (?). What are your opinions on an Omega Seamaster as a first better watch?
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