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Any other watch geeks here?

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlief View Post


    Pulled the trigger on this one today!
    Nice Yacht Master!

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    I am a bit of a watch whore myself. A couple of mine.
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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenstein View Post
    I picked up a Luminox
    Decent deals on their site directly today if anyone is interested. I just picked up a little weekend warrior for short money.

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    Anyone have suggestions for sites selling, uh, replicas? Mostly interested in Brightling (if you know what I mean)

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    Quote Originally Posted by number9 View Post
    Anyone have suggestions for sites selling, uh, replicas? Mostly interested in Brightling (if you know what I mean)
    Iím so against this. Iím sorry but thatís how I feel.

    Bís arenít all that expensive. And learn to spell it correctly too. Breitling

    And believe me.... I can spot a fake a mile away and others might too. If youíre in the business world... well others will see and think the same way.

    But to each his own.

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    Sure you can
    Quote Originally Posted by Charlief View Post
    I’m so against this. I’m sorry but that’s how I feel.

    B’s aren’t all that expensive. And learn to spell it correctly to. Breitling

    And believe me.... I can spot a fake a mile away and others might too. If you’re in the business world... well others will see and think the same way.

    But to each his own.

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gixxer View Post
    Sure you can
    Not sure if youíre mocking me or not believing me.

    25 years in the jewelry business I think gives me the street cred.

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    Quote Originally Posted by number9 View Post
    Anyone have suggestions for sites selling, uh, replicas? Mostly interested in Brightling (if you know what I mean)
    I was thinking about it but went with Joma shop instead and purchased my Omega. I simply didnt want to chance buying a fake and it crapping out on me 5 months later. As no one I "trusted"( reddit, this board) could say what was reputable or so .

    Looks wise i thought who will really look at it within 4 feet? a buddy? my wife? I have no problems with them knowing its fake.
    The watch will be "hidden" by a sleeve/ jacket etc..

    go for it if you want....

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    hmmmm......

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlief View Post
    And learn to spell it correctly too. Breitling.
    Pretty sure the misspelling was intentional to make the point of him looking for a fake.

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    I bet
    Quote Originally Posted by Charlief View Post
    Not sure if you’re mocking me or not believing me.

    25 years in the jewelry business I think gives me the street cred.

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlief View Post
    I’m so against this. I’m sorry but that’s how I feel.

    B’s aren’t all that expensive. And learn to spell it correctly too. Breitling

    And believe me.... I can spot a fake a mile away and others might too. If you’re in the business world... well others will see and think the same way.

    But to each his own.
    I'm in grad school so my budget is negative dollars. I do know how to spell it; I just didn't want it to be obvious in case it would get NESR into trouble. Hence the "If you know what I mean"

    Quote Originally Posted by Not Sure View Post
    Pretty sure the misspelling was intentional to make the point of him looking for a fake.
    Yep.

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    I know you guys are into the jewelry/heirloom watches, but found this noteworthy.

    Been wearing Timex digital watches for a long time as I use the alarms, countdown timer etc and switched from Casio as they are easier to read. Most of them gain or lose 10-15 seconds a month.

    Bought a pretty basic Expedition model (tw4b12600) in January and set the time at time.gov periodically. Set it two months ago, and today it is less than one second off. Pretty remarkable for $40.

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Garandman View Post
    I know you guys are into the jewelry/heirloom watches, but found this noteworthy.

    Been wearing Timex digital watches for a long time as I use the alarms, countdown timer etc and switched from Casio as they are easier to read. Most of them gain or lose 10-15 seconds a month.

    Bought a pretty basic Expedition model (tw4b12600) in January and set the time at time.gov periodically. Set it two months ago, and today it is less than one second off. Pretty remarkable for $40.
    Old school Casios are actually escalating in value. The original calculator watch brings in some good $$

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Garandman View Post
    I know you guys are into the jewelry/heirloom watches, but found this noteworthy.

    Been wearing Timex digital watches for a long time as I use the alarms, countdown timer etc and switched from Casio as they are easier to read. Most of them gain or lose 10-15 seconds a month.

    Bought a pretty basic Expedition model (tw4b12600) in January and set the time at time.gov periodically. Set it two months ago, and today it is less than one second off. Pretty remarkable for $40.
    I actually have an Expedition that was given to me as a gift I-don't-know-how-long-ago. As long as there's a decent battery in it, that fucker has always been spot-on. If I know a watch will take a beating, it's STILL my go-to.

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    Re: Any other watch geeks here?

    I have this Victorinox Swiss Army watch I bought with Marlboro UPCs that I retrieved from trash (I'm not a tobacco smoker), 30 years ago ? still ticks just like new, keeps excellent time


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