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    What's on your wrist today

    Let's see that timepiece!

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    Oh man, I'm too embarrassed. But...here goes....

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    Oh man, I'm too embarrassed. But...here goes....

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    Nothing to be embarrased about. All timepieces welcome here! Nice Seiko by the way!

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    Mike... Nice looking watch! I will post a few of my lowly watch pics later.
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    Mike...love the watch.

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    Love my over-sized Hamilton

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dpod4 View Post
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    Love my over-sized Hamilton
    beautiful...

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    A SS Rolex Daytona with black dial. Not one for bling but would love to own this Vacheron one day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AudioSalon View Post
    A SS Rolex Daytona with black dial. Not one for bling but would love to own this Vacheron one day.
    Great M.C. Escher design on the face. That's cool!
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    Wearing my Everose Daytona today..

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    Very nice Dewey!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewster View Post
    Wearing my Everose Daytona today..

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    Is it me Dewey or is that Rolex huge!?!
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    Bob,

    It's not big at all, it's only 40mm..
    Last edited by Dewster; April 21, 2013 at 01:41 AM.
    Dewey,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewster View Post
    Bob,

    It's not big at all, it's only 40mm..
    Small wrist, BIG heart
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    Ok then, the picture gives the full illusion.

    But that watch's screen is not small.

    * 40mm! ...That is 4cm! ...And 4cm ain't small at all, it is big. ...It's a 'big' nice watch.
    Last edited by NorthStar; April 21, 2013 at 02:00 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeinid View Post
    Small wrist, BIG heart
    Wow thnx for the kind words Joe

    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    Ok then, the picture gives the full illusion.

    But that watch's screen is not small.

    * 40mm! ...That is 4cm! ...And 4cm ain't small at all, it is big. ...It's a 'big' nice watch.
    Thnx Bob..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewster View Post
    Wearing my Everose Daytona today..

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    Nice and trendy Dewey. I bet it keeps the time too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtan View Post
    Nice and trendy Dewey. I bet it keeps the time too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtan View Post
    Nice and trendy Dewey. I bet it keeps the time too.
    Dewey,

    With a watch like that, you can afford to be late. Who cares if it keeps time. That's what the Timex in the pocket is for
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeinid View Post
    Dewey,

    With a watch like that, you can afford to be late. Who cares if it keeps time. That's what the Timex in the pocket is for
    you got it Joe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeinid View Post
    Dewey,

    With a watch like that, you can afford to be late. Who cares if it keeps time. That's what the Timex in the pocket is for
    Lol Joe
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    Going casual with the stainless for today

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    Dewey,

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    Real classic and my favorite.
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    Just wait till I show you my Seiko! ...It's a night love dream! ...Not for the time, fut for the lovemaking!
    ...So that it last a very good long 'time'.
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    Re: What's on your wrist today

    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    Just wait till I show you my Seiko! ...It's a night love dream! ...Not for the time, fut for the lovemaking!
    ...So that it last a very good long 'time'.


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    Re: What's on your wrist today

    Nice
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    Re: What's on your wrist today

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    Love that watch!
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    Nice!

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    Re: What's on your wrist today








    Rolex "Batman" GMT II Ceramic

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    Re: What's on your wrist today

    This has been a great watch for me. Wife gave it to me as a gift last Christmas:

    Raymond Weil - Parsifal

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    Re: What's on your wrist today

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    Very nice ! Love it !
    I have an all black GMT 1. Really far from the beauty of yours.




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    Carrera 1964-2004 40 th Anniversary Jack Heuer limited edition :




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    Ennebi Fondale. In Shindo colors, of course What's on your wrist today


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    I have a Cartier, a Breguet, a Breiting, a Tag Heuer, an old Lucien Piccard, but have a Fitbit on my wrist today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stringreen View Post
    I have a Cartier, a Breguet, a Breiting, a Tag Heuer, an old Lucien Piccard, but have a Fitbit on my wrist today.
    Let's see some pics!
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    Re: What's on your wrist today

    Not sure what happened to my picture above, but here are two of mine:

    My daily driver (since 1996.....takes a licking and keeps on keeping great time):

    Longines Conquest:



    Raymond Weil - Parsifal (quite reasonable price for a pretty decent time piece):
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    My Tag Heuer Aquaracer gets a lot of wear time.


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    Went with the giant and heavy 47mm bronze Ennebi Toscana today on Amazon green gunny strap. The cure for Chicago winter blues.








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    Moser Perpetual 1 Platinum.jpg

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    This is the piece I wear when I rough-house/sports/etc. The nice pieces are stored away and rarely worn.


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    Re: What's on your wrist today

    the relatively new Rolex Oyster Perpetual 39- could be the perfect, everyday watch!
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    My everyday watch.

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    Daily one I wear, Tag Link, I had an older one that I lost, I like the older Link bands better, I also like Citizen EchoDrives have 3 of those

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    One of my favorites, the Hamilton 'Cushion' black dial on stainless steel bracelet (ETA 2824 automatic movement)
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    Here are some pics of my watch project. It is a partial Submariner homage based on a Seiko SNZF-17J1 (the 'J' denoting this is the Japan model) which I sent to Seiko guru Harold Ng who did the following mods; MBenz hands, domed sapphire crystal glass with blue AR coating & lumed bezel insert. I also replaced the factory Super Oyster with a Super Oyster bracelet with button Chamfer clasp from Strapcode. I'm really happy with the results. All up it cost me less than $500 for a reliable, accurate automatic which looks and feels close enough to a Rolex to keep me happy .









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    Put it up for sale ... so far, its still here.

    So took it back, put it on my wrist, and felt so good. One of the 2 retirement watches to stay. The other's the Rolex Day-Date Platinum.

    This is the actual picture of it when advertised for sale. Looks good isn't it. Happy its back home with me!
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    My current everyday watch.




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