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Originally posted by KSC02:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
Every time I wore it, I just thought of my Dad's generation. I think the same thing about Cadillac, Lincoln, Hart Schaffner Marx et al... my Dad's generation. Big Grin

News flash, w+a!
You are now officially your Dad's generation (your kid's perspective anyway) Woot


My dad's generation is over 70! Razz

In fact, my mom's birthday is today. She is now 73, and we are going to dinner in a few minutes. Cool
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
Oh the trials of watch owning...

1st) the Set screw on my wife's PAM111 goes. She wants to wear something else for a while and I don't feel like getting it fixed right then so...

2) She wears my Chopard Mille Miglia for a week and breaks the strap.

It sounds like you need to revoke her watch-wearing privileges... just say it was the people on the boards' idea...
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Originally posted by wine+art:
I was so close to getting marcb7 to buy a fine watch while we were in Vegas.

Now this said, I could not even get the man to buy a pair of Tod's for his feet.

Next time! Cool



HA! I am sooooo regretful for not buying both! I have the buisness cards of the two watch dealers so its not completely out of the question. I truly loved that Panerai....I wish we had time to go over to the Wynn to look at it...although..it would be on my wrist right now.

As far as Tod's...well, remember I live in the chilly northeast....it would be a seasonal shoe....perhaps one to mow the lawn? Big Grin
My Mother-in-law has a GP gyromatic she wears as an everyday watch. Great watch.

I almost bought a 1945 before I got my Reverso. It was a tough choice.

I'm thinking of selling on some watches I have now and am down to only legitimately wanting new 3 watches. The problem is, the cheapest of the 3 is a plain Franck Muller Casablanca and it's tough to get one of those for under $5k...
I don't know why I haven't seen this thread before. I know it is an "old man" watch (W+A) but I have a Rolex Oysterdate that I wear most of the time but my favorite watch is a simple Omega Seamaster. I also have a Constellation but thinking of selling that one. Just don't like the feel of it on my wrist. My wife loves her Raymond Weil. Fits her perfectly.
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Originally posted by Longboarder:
I don't know why I haven't seen this thread before. I know it is an "old man" watch (W+A) but I have a Rolex Oysterdate that I wear most of the time but my favorite watch is a simple Omega Seamaster. I also have a Constellation but thinking of selling that one. Just don't like the feel of it on my wrist. My wife loves her Raymond Weil. Fits her perfectly.


LB, your old man Rolex is the perfect watch for the business you are in, and I completely understand your love for the Omega Seamaster.

I also love my Seamaster, and what an easy watch to wear and enjoy. I know my twin bro finally bought one. Cool

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