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  • 08-20-2011 9:58 PM In reply to

    • Evan
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    Re: What is your favorite watch?

    Here is a Tissot V8 on top of my Chevrolet V8! Cool

    This is where my love of leather banded watches comes from, it all started here. Amazing Cool

    and another...

    Evan

     

  • 08-25-2011 9:40 AM In reply to

    • Brendan
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    Re: What is your favorite watch?

    Love that Flighdeck. I want!

  • 09-11-2011 1:09 PM In reply to

    Re: What is your favorite watch?

    At the moment this one;

     

    First one sold in Finland, one of the first world-wide.

     

    Laughing

     

    -Andreas

     

    BLab5, BLab5000, BLab8000, BV10, BS9000, BS3, Beo5, Beo4, BLink1000, BLink5000, BLink7000, A2, A8, Form2

     

     

     

  • 09-11-2011 3:15 PM In reply to

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    bayerische:

    At the moment this one;

    First one sold in Finland, one of the first world-wide.

    Laughing

    216570 Smile Drool... What a great watch! Yes -  thumbs up If you want to get rid of this one, give me a call! Smile

    Beoworld's twenty-eighth ninth prize winner and fifty-first second prize winner. Best £30 I've ever spent!

  • 09-11-2011 3:17 PM In reply to

    Not exactly a watch but still a time keeping device. I love the simplicity of this one.


    Beoworld's twenty-eighth ninth prize winner and fifty-first second prize winner. Best £30 I've ever spent!

  • 09-11-2011 3:36 PM In reply to

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    beocool:
    Not exactly a watch but still a time keeping device. I love the simplicity of this one.

    Great idea! Wouldn't work for me though, I would never be able to remember whether I had rolled it already or not Big Smile

    -mika

  • 09-12-2011 1:57 AM In reply to

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    beocool:

    bayerische:

    At the moment this one;

    First one sold in Finland, one of the first world-wide.

    Laughing

    216570 Smile Drool... What a great watch! Yes -  thumbs up If you want to get rid of this one, give me a call! Smile

    Don't expect that call anytime soon! LaughingLaughing

     

    That is an interesting "device". But I think I would have the same problem as Mika... Did I turn it or didn't I?

    -Andreas

     

    BLab5, BLab5000, BLab8000, BV10, BS9000, BS3, Beo5, Beo4, BLink1000, BLink5000, BLink7000, A2, A8, Form2

     

     

     

  • 09-30-2011 2:25 PM In reply to

    • Orry
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    Re: What is your favorite watch?

    Just got this Nooka watch,

    Based out of New York, the designer previously worked for Seiko then created his own line of incredibly original interpretations of how to represent time.


  • 09-30-2011 9:19 PM In reply to

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    Orry:

    Just got this Nooka watch,

    Based out of New York, the designer previously worked for Seiko then created his own line of incredibly original interpretations of how to represent time.

    That is neat !

    I would not buy it for practical reasons (I would be certain to catch it on a door and wreck it) but it is certainly quite nice and it is great to see someone experimenting with a form that has been with us for centuaries !

    First B&O (1976) was a Beogram 1500 ... latest (2011) change has been to couple the BL11 with the BL6Ks *sounds superb*

  • 10-23-2011 3:36 AM In reply to

    • h1npw
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    Re: What is your favorite watch?

     

    I've just bought this Sekonda very cheaply (£37 off ebay). I absolutely love it! I think the design is great. Large (38mm) face so even old duffers like me with deteriorating eyesight can see the time, and very lightweight too.
    Cheers
    Nigel 
  • 10-27-2011 12:47 PM In reply to

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    Not exactly a watch, but I like the idea. Smile


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  • 11-06-2011 4:33 AM In reply to

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    Re: What is your favorite watch?

    fridsten:

    Now I've got one. :)

    I know, it's with the silver dial and jubilee bracelet, but right now it's getting serviced and the dial changed into a blue one.

    I got it for my 40th birthday, and, as it happens, so did my dad 25 years ago. Big Smile

    Of course, he bought himself a new Rolex... Stick out tongue

    And yes, that's my arm.

    Nice watch.  I've been very much looking at the date just 2.  Just should I also wait until my 40th.  The date just i like is green and gold. 

  • 11-19-2011 11:27 AM In reply to

    Re: What is your favorite watch?

    My wedding watch.

     

    -Andreas

     

    BLab5, BLab5000, BLab8000, BV10, BS9000, BS3, Beo5, Beo4, BLink1000, BLink5000, BLink7000, A2, A8, Form2

     

     

     

  • 11-19-2011 12:33 PM In reply to

    • JC
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    Re: What is your favorite watch?

    Nice choice Andreas Wink

     

    Jonnie

  • 11-19-2011 3:12 PM In reply to

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    bayerische:

    My wedding watch.

    Nice 5513 Yes -  thumbs up The wedding was awesome too, thank you for having me as a guest. Smile

    Beoworld's twenty-eighth ninth prize winner and fifty-first second prize winner. Best £30 I've ever spent!

  • 11-22-2011 11:24 AM In reply to

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    Just waiting to fall into the temptation of one of these. Will only be a question of time.

  • 11-26-2011 11:33 AM In reply to

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    My little collection... Panerai Luminor Marina logo, Heuer Montreal PVD Black, Seiko, B&O Wristwatch

  • 12-10-2011 2:24 PM In reply to

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    Never seen this before. Not the easist way of displaying the time, but I quite like it.

    Beoworld's twenty-eighth ninth prize winner and fifty-first second prize winner. Best £30 I've ever spent!

  • 12-10-2011 5:09 PM In reply to

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    Re: What is your favorite watch?

    beocool:

    Never seen this before. Not the easist way of displaying the time, but I quite like it.

    That is absolutely amazing! I have a new favorite watch now!

    Very cool. Cool

    Evan

     

  • 12-10-2011 11:29 PM In reply to

    • mediabobny
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    Re: What is your favorite watch?

    Stars:

    Just waiting to fall into the temptation of one of these. Will only be a question of time.

    I love my 1980's Admiral's Cup (as well as my Rolex of course).

  • 12-11-2011 4:24 AM In reply to

    • AT
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    Re: What is your favorite watch?

    Nice found! Real nice idea Smile A watch without hands Smile

    IMHO the dial is a just a  little bit unusual, and I really prefer the AM/PM scale in it. I looked around this watch, and I found, that there are something like this called as "Harry Winston Opus X", however Opus X is far more expensive, and IMHO not so good looking as this. As far as I can see this watch is selling about $13.000 with a heavily modified ETA movement,  so it's an affordable watch against to the Opus X.

    Just for fun, here is another very genuine ETA installation:  Epos 3391, which has one of the most common ETA3371 movement installed, but still looks competely different than any other ETA installations:

    By the above, if somebody can find a reliable solution for this look:

     

    Then please do not hesitate to share it with me :)

  • 01-13-2012 7:14 AM In reply to

    • PentaIII
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    Re: What is your favorite watch?

    One of my current weekend watches, Nautilus 5712.  To be fair not the most comfortable of watches to wear, but a nice semi complication Patek.

    Patek Nautilus

     

  • 01-14-2012 5:28 PM In reply to

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    Re: What is your favorite watch?

    Can anyone give advice on my next watch. I want something high quality but fairly subtle and understated(most people I work with have huge vulgar Breitlings). Give me time and i will contradict myself!

    1st Choice and nothing to do with its name is the Rolex Air King. Simple, affordable and top quality. Something I could get up in the morning and smile to myself about.

    2nd Choice the Ball Engineer 2 Arabic £1750. As above but with tritium which my current watch has and can be useful, and day date. The Rolex doesn't have this. COSC certified eta movement and about £1500 less!! 

    http://www.jurawatches.co.uk/ball-watch-company-arabic-chronometer-watch-nm1022c-lcaj-sl-bl-1101

    3rd Choice Fortis B-42 Pilot Proffesional. Actually 2 watches from same model. Simple day date with same movement as Ball but not COSC certified(standard quality) but £950.

    http://www.jurawatches.co.uk/fortis-b-42-pilot-professional-day-date-watch-6451011-l-01-ft-028

    The chronograph version with the eta 7750 movement at £2100.

    http://www.jurawatches.co.uk/fortis-b-42-pilot-professional-chronograp-watch-6351011-l-08-ft-029

    The Rolex has a great name and as long as that name has a long heritage of making the best, then to me that makes a difference. I like its simplicity .

    The Ball in many ways a more useful watch and cheaper, with day date and tritium but fairly bland. I think I'd end up always thinking maybe I should have got the Rolex.

    The Fortis are again more affordable and have a dedicated following, but I have my reservations about their use of baulk standard movements. They do little modifications. 

    Over to you

     

     

    A Beovision 10-40 in black and red fret on order, Beo4, Beo6, many A8's, a pair of white and yellow Form 2's, Beocom 4, 28 inch Avant RF DVD, Apple TV and a wife that loves this stuff as much as i do! 

  • 01-15-2012 6:41 AM In reply to

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    Chris:

    Can anyone give advice on my next watch. I want something high quality but fairly subtle and understated(most people I work with have huge vulgar Breitlings). Give me time and i will contradict myself!

    1st Choice and nothing to do with its name is the Rolex Air King. Simple, affordable and top quality. Something I could get up in the morning and smile to myself about.

    2nd Choice the Ball Engineer 2 Arabic £1750. As above but with tritium which my current watch has and can be useful, and day date. The Rolex doesn't have this. COSC certified eta movement and about £1500 less!! 

    3rd Choice Fortis B-42 Pilot Proffesional. Actually 2 watches from same model. Simple day date with same movement as Ball but not COSC certified(standard quality) but £950. The chronograph version with the eta 7750 movement at £2100.

    The Rolex has a great name and as long as that name has a long heritage of making the best, then to me that makes a difference. I like its simplicity .

    The Ball in many ways a more useful watch and cheaper, with day date and tritium but fairly bland. I think I'd end up always thinking maybe I should have got the Rolex.

    The Fortis are again more affordable and have a dedicated following, but I have my reservations about their use of baulk standard movements. They do little modifications. 

    Over to you

    The short answer is: get the Rolex!

    Beoworld's twenty-eighth ninth prize winner and fifty-first second prize winner. Best £30 I've ever spent!

  • 01-17-2012 12:56 PM In reply to

    • AT
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    Re: What is your favorite watch?

    From these opitons? Of course the Rolex. IMHO of course Smile

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