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

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^^^^Less adjustment and seems rougher (all is relative!): but the best dial I have tried.

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Neil i have to be honest, I prefer the gp laureato to both of them but the ap definitely the choice of the two for me. A lot of the vc don't seem to connect with me for some reason
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stefs wrote:Neil i have to be honest, I prefer the gp laureato to both of them but the ap definitely the choice of the two for me. A lot of the vc don't seem to connect with me for some reason
I really like the bracelet/strap change system on the Overseas, but much prefer the dial of a RO.

However having put together a list of watches to sell, I have on reflection reached the conclusion that I am just not comfortable with watches at the price of the VC. It is something I have also thought before, so I think I will stick with what I have. Will probably still sell the watches I mentioned, once I can get around to it and use the cash for non watch expenditure, which will make Mrs nbg happy. :)

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Hope you dont come across a nautilus for sale when you have those readies in your mitts! Would be a great test of your resolve.
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This as the ultimate go anywhere do anything watch
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This would be nice.

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golfjunky wrote:This as the ultimate go anywhere do anything watch
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Now that I like! Grab and go, tough as old boots and looks bloody awesome.

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smegwina wrote:
golfjunky wrote:This as the ultimate go anywhere do anything watch
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Now that I like! Grab and go, tough as old boots and looks bloody awesome.

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Used to have one of these. Brilliant watches. One of those one watch guy options
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smegwina wrote:
golfjunky wrote:This as the ultimate go anywhere do anything watch
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This style always reminds me of those photos where they try to hide a person's identity with the black band over the eyes! I can never 'un-see' it.
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The JLC Geophysic true second LE , stunning looking watch .

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^^^
If only they had left off the cross hairs (like the other True Second Geophysics).
That would be perfect for me.
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i'm day dreaming abouut this....... again........

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you see, now that i have a collection, i can think about doing some (drastic) consolidating! :lol:
watching you fail in your quest for a “one watch” has been great entertainment

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missF wrote:i'm day dreaming abouut this....... again........

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you see, now that i have a collection, i can think about doing some (drastic) consolidating! :lol:
A work colleague has one and it looks great in the metal. I like it on that green strap! :thumbup:
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