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

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^^ Gorgeous watch, but i’d have to swap that strap, it doesn’t look right to me at all
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TigerChris wrote:^^ Gorgeous watch, but i’d have to swap that strap, it doesn’t look right to me at all
Agreed re. the strap, it makes the watch look to “smart”, if that makes sense. It also comes with a vintage style brownish/tanish calf strap.

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TigerChris wrote:^^ Gorgeous watch, but i’d have to swap that strap, it doesn’t look right to me at all
Agreed re. the strap, it makes the watch look to “smart”, if that makes sense. It also comes with a vintage style brownish/tanish calf strap.

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Makes perfect sense Neil. That was my thinking too. Vintage style would be spot on :thumbup:
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nbg wrote:I like the look of this one.
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Ticks a few boxes for me.
- I keep looking at Panerai as something different
- I like chronographs
- I like vintage detail
- I like flat blue dials
- size is 42mm

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I would have thought the one that gary sold being much slimmer would have been more you or even the new 38 mm versions. Must admit they do make a great looking watch with their own character and style
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I have always thought the Panerai 372 is the purest Watch they have made In Years.... No complications just 4 numbers and two hands, on a perfectly designed 47 mm watch.... They are over £7, 000. :(
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I'm thinking one of these would be very nice, OP 39mm.

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stefs wrote:Image
You can not be serious? :shock:

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stefs wrote:Image
A much cheaper option?

http://www.aquaticowatch.com/list/js3j.html

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stefs wrote:Image
A much cheaper option?

http://www.aquaticowatch.com/list/js3j.html

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That is even bigger and even uglier than me!
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Go big, or go home!

Just taking the "Fugly" to the extreme.
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DISJT wrote:Go big, or go home!

Just taking the "Fugly" to the extreme.
What, like this one do you mean Chris?

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:lol: You win Guy, that is possibly the biggest / fuggliest looking watch my poor eyes have ever been subjected to.

Is that green section a radar?
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Spirit level, Chris. Go figure. :lol:
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:lol: I was joking with the question about the "radar" but a spirit level on a watch seems just as daft a proposition to me.
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