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Old 09-11-2011, 11:57 AM   #2001
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FACK YES!!! I have been eyeing that model for the longest time! How much u find it for?!?
$382.50 on Amazon. It looks like there are two GMT models, the Sapphire one and the Power Reserve. The pic I posted is of the Sapphire model.
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Old 09-11-2011, 01:38 PM   #2002
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For those of you who wear larger watches (ie Panerai), does it bother you that they seldom fit well under shirt cuffs?
I have 0 issues with it fitting under cuffs. The panerai crown guard sticking out of the cuff is teh secks.
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Old 09-11-2011, 05:37 PM   #2003
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or this:

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Old 09-11-2011, 05:56 PM   #2004
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For those of you who wear larger watches (ie Panerai), does it bother you that they seldom fit well under shirt cuffs?
Pams are way too big n bulky to wear under a dress shirts (slim) comfortably imo, i normally roll up my sleeves w a pam
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For those of you who wear larger watches (ie Panerai), does it bother you that they seldom fit well under shirt cuffs?
if it doesnt fit, I'll wear my Rolex YM. Very thin, and flows well with any attire. The proper watch would be something like IWC portuguese.
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thoughts on this watch (and what stores might carry it so i can check it out in person):
I used to have a watch with the same movement, mine kept great time. Seiko makes really nice watches, they feel far more expensive than they actually are. Those both look really clean and I like the simple look. IIRC though they are a little on the smaller side.
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Old 09-11-2011, 11:16 PM   #2007
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Got a new strap for my 213.

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Got a new strap for my 213.

how much is your panny? does it have display back?
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12k something, it does have display back.
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12k something, it does have display back.
Damn!! You could be wearing a well equipped Versa with a clock on your wrist for that!!!

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damn... $12k
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Old 09-12-2011, 01:00 PM   #2014
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Got a new strap for my 213.

hey man, good to see you over here.

Not sure where our watch thread went in BFC OT, think it was moved to archive to save space.
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pretty cool, different, but not exactly the best looking watches
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Can someone recommend me a new strap for my Nixon 51-30? my rubber strap just broke. Doesnt have to be rubber. :- )

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Saw someone post a Richard Mille early on in this thread, so thought I'd rock my TW Steel CE 2001 today, I love the mechanics of the RM watches, but no matter how much my income was I could never justify buying one, let alone wearing it.

But love the look and feel of the TW Steel even though it sits fairly high off the wrist.

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