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Re: The "what watch are you day dreaming about now" thread

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PP on a NATO. ORGASMIC!
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^^^ that's just wrong!
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A 37mm VC Overseas - which may require the sale of a GMT Master (that I wear) and a couple of Speedmasters (that I don't wear much..)

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atnits wrote:Vintage datejusts. This sort of thing:

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I'm getting scarily close to getting one now, if I can clear the mental hurdles involved...
Similar one for sale on canwatchco. Rolex 5701 two-tone Air King date. gold dial. 1970. Asking 2500 CDN. Pretty well used two-toned bracelet. Thinking about it, but I'd send it in to be completely restored by Rolex.

http://canwatchco.ca/showthread.php?168 ... light=1970

Also a '68 Speedking black dial not refinished. $1500 CDN

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golfjunky wrote:PP on a NATO. ORGASMIC!
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Love it.
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Much as I've long declined interest in Rolex as a brand I saw one of these, actually a 2009 model, on a Pawnbrokers TV programme last week and can't, now, get it out of my mind.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Much as I've long declined interest in Rolex as a brand I saw one of these, actually a 2009 model, on a Pawnbrokers TV programme last week and can't, now, get it out of my mind.

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Do I need help?

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No, you need to get your hand in yer pocket and splash out!!! :)

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smegwina wrote:
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Much as I've long declined interest in Rolex as a brand I saw one of these, actually a 2009 model, on a Pawnbrokers TV programme last week and can't, now, get it out of my mind.

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Do I need help?

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No, you need to get your hand in yer pocket and splash out!!! :)

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Don't make it worse Nick, please. :oops:

I'd need to do a scooter and go to one watch only (except scooter doesn't just have one watch). :problem:

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If I had deep pockets, I would buy this and be done with Rolex + Panerai, black+blue.
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Loving both of those Panerai's! :clap:
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blowfish89 wrote:If I had deep pockets, I would buy this and be done with Rolex + Panerai, black+blue.
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Post by Konketsu »

These new blue dial Panerai look nice. The one Om posted is a PAM690, at 47mm. There are some 42mm and 44mm with the blue dial too.

http://www.horobox.com/en/review-detail ... models&P=1
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Out in Manchester and my wife suddenly gushes over this pink watch in a window. Now wondering should I or shouldn't I.

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st-rider wrote:Out in Manchester and my wife suddenly gushes over this pink watch in a window. Now wondering should I or shouldn't I.

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Yes. It then gives you the perfect opportunity to get something for yourself as well.

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