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Welcome!  Very snazzy and elegant Rolex!

 

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Welcome!  Very snazzy and elegant Rolex!


thanks!

 

you are a huge fan of G-Shock!

 

how many pieces do you own? if i may ask.

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thanks!

 

you are a huge fan of G-Shock!

 

how many pieces do you own? if i may ask.

 

I like G-Shocks, and watches that either catch my eye and/or are technically exemplary, i.e. atomic, meticulous construction, etcetera.

 

As for how many pieces I own, I haven't counted lately.  If you take a look at my watch album (on signature and album list in my profile), you can count how many I own - minus a couple I haven't posted on Head-Fi yet.

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watch of the day:

 

Breitling Navitimer Chronomatic

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watch of the day:



Breitling Navitimer Chronomatic

Classy and elegant!
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Originally Posted by esteboune View Post
 

watch of the day:

 

Breitling Navitimer Chronomatic

Very classy! As a Breitling lover myself I have to admit I also really like your DeepSea, especially the detail of the inner ring which says: original gas escape valve. I recently spotted one when I was at work, and in real life it is even more beautiful. Often pictures just do not the watch justice.

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Very classy! As a Breitling lover myself I have to admit I also really like your DeepSea, especially the detail of the inner ring which says: original gas escape valve. I recently spotted one when I was at work, and in real life it is even more beautiful. Often pictures just do not the watch justice.


a few years back, i was super active on a french watch forum

 

During this period, i took a lot of nice pictures of my watch collection.

 

i will post some picture here from time to time.

 

Let's start with my favorite watch.

 

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Liquid Metal, POLM, limited ed. to 1948 pieces:

 

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really love this watch, and will never ever sell her!

 

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Originally Posted by esteboune View Post
 


a few years back, i was super active on a french watch forum

 

During this period, i took a lot of nice pictures of my watch collection.

 

i will post some picture here from time to time.

 

Let's start with my favorite watch.

 

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Liquid Metal, POLM, limited ed. to 1948 pieces:

 

 

Ooh, lovely Omega!  I remember Mr Rick would post his collection on this thread, as he had a lot of watches (mostly snazzy Christopher Ward's) to share.

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really love this watch, and will never ever sell her!

 

I do like the watch, but I do not like the metal wristband. It is just the shape of the metal links. If you put it on another strap it really is fabulous!

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Today, a nice pair of Speedmaster Professional. (Moon Watch)

3570.50 and 3576.50 

 

 

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Today, a nice pair of Speedmaster Professional. (Moon Watch)

3570.50 and 3576.50 

 

 

Very classy again sir! Looks like you have a nice collection. This metal wristband has nicer links then the Planet Ocean imho.

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My Grayton Spitfire has unfortunately seen better days
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Thought that a light brown leather strap might compliment my precious. Works pretty well IMO:

 

 

Also a quick snap of my new Rangeman at work:

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Thought that a light brown leather strap might compliment my precious. Works pretty well IMO:

 

 

 

Also a quick snap of my new Rangeman at work:

 

 

Nice watches - 1, gorgeous and timeless, 2, accurate and durable.  :beerchug:

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A question for the masses. I'm getting a watch band made from the Europelli guy that costs a little more than the watch it's being made for. Is that a little (or maybe a lot) crazy? The watch itself isn't anything fancy (a Timex Linear Chronograph) but it's unique looking and I was reading about his bands and the leather he uses so I jumped. 

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