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

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Another purchase Guy?

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kevin_b1 wrote:Another purchase Guy?

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Yup.

Now spent up, well slightly over, on funds from my Sector.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:One of these for the next few days.

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I think this is the watch to finish my collection. IMO it would make up the perfect three (proper) watch collection. Just a g-shock, Garmin and C60 basher to cover other bits
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golfjunky wrote:I think this is the watch to finish my collection. IMO it would make up the perfect three (proper) watch collection. Just a g-shock, Garmin and C60 basher to cover other bits
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Been racking my brain every time I see one to figure out what these new Aqua Terra's remind me of and it's just come to me - Garage doors!
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I love the Aqua Terra.

But...

That strap, on that model?

In my opinion it's minging.
On leather maybe ok...
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Yep, I'll have the garage door version please
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golfjunky wrote:Yep, I'll have the garage door version please
Looks great on the supplied brown leather strap Greg :thumbup:
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golfjunky wrote:I think this is the watch to finish my collection. IMO it would make up the perfect three (proper) watch collection. Just a g-shock, Garmin and C60 basher to cover other bits
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Very nice choice. I love this model ! 8)
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golfjunky wrote:I think this is the watch to finish my collection. IMO it would make up the perfect three (proper) watch collection. Just a g-shock, Garmin and C60 basher to cover other bits
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I have to agree, that's a handsome looking watch. I'd prefer it on a bracelet, or perhaps leather, but it's a beauty regardless...
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i like the date moving to 6 on the new ATs but prefer the vertical teak dial.
the "g" is for Greg...
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The 1917 limited edition Oris has arrived at the AD, and is reserved for me.......

Mmmmm, decisions decisions now............ :ka:

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Winnie Bloo wrote:The 1917 limited edition Oris has arrived at the AD, and is reserved for me.......

Mmmmm, decisions decisions now............ :ka:

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What's the decision?

To pick it up this weekend or next?

Would it have to fight with any other of your watches for wrist time?

Worth reading this again? http://www.ablogtowatch.com/oris-big-cr ... ion-watch/

Not much help I suppose.

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Winnie Bloo wrote:The 1917 limited edition Oris has arrived at the AD, and is reserved for me.......

Mmmmm, decisions decisions now............ :ka:

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Now that my friend is bloomin lovely. I suppose its a million mm in size tho
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Winnie Bloo wrote:The 1917 limited edition Oris has arrived at the AD, and is reserved for me.......

Mmmmm, decisions decisions now............ :ka:

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What's not to like? In a similar vein is my Longines...

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Just noticed there's no second hand on the Oris.
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