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

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stefs wrote:The new 39mm extra thin royal oak.
Just beautiful
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No second hand! :shock:

Someone may say it's a Quartz! :)

Only joking as the, almost as divisive as a Rolex, Royal Oak is one of the few watches I still hanker after.

Paul if you are looking for a simple no seconds watch, have you thought of the new C5 Malvern Air 595?

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Lobbed an offer in on one of these. Fingers crossed.

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Pilot's watch with similar movement to a Breitling Aerospace, but more of a tooly look.

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I'm with you on that Royal Oak, absolutely stunning :shock:
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SIB wrote:I'm with you on that Royal Oak, absolutely stunning :shock:
+1. I think i could even contemplate having one of those as my ‘one watch’ if I could afford it
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TigerChris wrote:
SIB wrote:I'm with you on that Royal Oak, absolutely stunning :shock:
+1. I think i could even contemplate having one of those as my ‘one watch’ if I could afford it
If you can put up with the standard blue rather than this limited edition smoked blue dial that has a platinum bezel then you can save yourself 16 grand or so!
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stefs wrote:
TigerChris wrote:
SIB wrote:I'm with you on that Royal Oak, absolutely stunning :shock:
+1. I think i could even contemplate having one of those as my ‘one watch’ if I could afford it
If you can put up with the standard blue rather than this limited edition smoked blue dial that has a platinum bezel then you can save yourself 16 grand or so!
A bargain then! :lol: :lol:
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Dreaming yet again of vintage datejusts on leather...

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Still dreaming of Rolex. Keep changing my focus. The circle is sort of looking like this at the moment:

Vintage datejust -> explorer 14270 -> explorer 16570 -> submariner -> air king -> no need to buy anything -> vintage datejust...

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Just love the blue on this....but not too keen on the price... :)

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Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special 45mm Bronze and Nubuck Watch
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I had a bit of time to kill in Reading earlier and did some window shopping.

I'd have either of these, never seen them before, but lovely!

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Breiling is going to make smaller and more traditional watches, according to the article posted in another thread. This looks beautiful. 8)
Automatic Navitimer 8 with Chronometer certificate. 41mm of diameter in satined steel for SFR 4150.-. Beautiful classic design only with style elements of the Bretiling board clocks and its pilots watches produced in the Atelier 8.
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