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Forum: Richard Mille
Apr 24/14 - 14:15 >> here is a very public demonstration of why it is necessary to lock down people wandering around with high resolution cameras who may, or may not, be part of recognized media. It looks like a real one on the arm of a distinguished and high ranking Indonesian general..... But no! Read on! He publicly ... Read more..
Latest Reply: doubleup 0 minutes ago
Apr 24/14 - 14:13 >> For me, it will be this Royal Oak jumbo. Which is stuck on my wrist for 3 days, now. Sporty, Chic, Sport Chic, captivating, elegant, this is the kind of Watch which give to the others the feeling you totally lack education and politeness as you can't help looking at its dial, not because you are bor... Read more..
Latest Reply: amanico 2 minutes ago
Apr 24/14 - 14:12 >> Our dear hs 111, aka King of Cool was in town for a quick gathering. GTGs... Cool moments of pure passion, friendship, endless discussions about watches and Life in general. GTGs... There is not better way to break the virtuality of our net world, to re instaure human relations, to create true frien... Read more..
Latest Reply: amanico 3 minutes ago
Apr 24/14 - 13:30 >> With all the glowing praise heaped on the 458 I half expected to be disappointed; how many times have we enthusiasts read glowing press commentary, only to wonder, " what the heck were they smoking?!?" But wow, after a mere 20 miles, I can tell the suspension brings the old saw, "riding on rails" to... Read more..
Latest Reply: bimbeano 45 minutes ago
Forum: Girard Perregaux
Apr 24/14 - 13:23 >> You remember I showed you a photo of an old Pocket Watch movement not long ago...Many of you were surprised by the straight lines on the bridges.That is something many of Girard-Perregaux vintage movements has in common.What surprise me is how GP is able to make their movements so beautiful even wit... Read more..
Latest Reply: amanico 52 minutes ago
Apr 24/14 - 13:22 >> Lets be honest, one of the fun aspects of vintage Rolex is the "hunt". Sometimes a hunt can last years and sometimes it is over very quickly. So lets hear it....what is your Number One target now... I will tell you mine.....its a 1965 Gilt 5512 Submariner. After I bought this one last year, I decide... Read more..
Latest Reply: amanico 53 minutes ago
Apr 24/14 - 13:21 >> Each time I wear this watch, the same thing happens... I get totally enchanted by its looks and sophistication! I am normally a white metal guy... But find myself more and more drawn to gold when it comes to dress watches! Best Blomman... Read more..
Latest Reply: amanico 55 minutes ago
Forum: Audemars Piguet
Apr 24/14 - 12:35 >> Last week, I celebrated my 40th Birthday in quiet fashion with my Family. I would only wear an AP for such a special occasion, and for this one, the correct AP seemed to be an easy choice. I wonder what AP might release for the 50th Anniversary of the Royal Oak ahead of my 50th?? ;-)... Read more..
Latest Reply: MichaelC 1 hours ago
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