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I didn’t plan on pairing the two originally but it works.





 
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That cuff watch bracelet is AWESOME!





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I love how this thread is still very active. Lots of great watches being shared. I haven't been sharing much since it's a pain to host pictures but I'm an active lurker. Smile

This is one of my recent acquisitions, Glashutte Original PanoMaticLunar XL with a gray dial.

 
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^^^ I like that!


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Took nearly a week to get here, but here it is!

Rado Purple Horse



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That Glashutte is great. A watch with a moon phase is on my want list. Jaeger LeCoultre makes one in their slim line that I like.




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That Glashutte is great. .


Indeed it is. Is that the cal 65 movement?



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That Glashutte is great. .


Indeed it is. Is that the cal 65 movement?


It's caliber 90-2.
 
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Originally posted by r0gue:
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That Glashutte is great. .


Indeed it is. Is that the cal 65 movement?


It's caliber 90-2.


Shudder to hear the cost............. Eek
Do tell........


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Nice! The 90-2 is I'm sure the more desirable and complex. I've always had a hankering for a 65-1. Though as of yet I've stayed consistent in my preference for a more symmetrical dial, I am wavering more and more as time goes on. I don't know why. Perhaps curiosity.

The beautiful Double Swan Neck of Glashutte Original.





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Look at that balance bridge and regulator!


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That Glashutte is great. .


Indeed it is. Is that the cal 65 movement?


It's caliber 90-2.


Shudder to hear the cost............. Eek
Do tell........


Gently used, can be found under $7k for the older models like mine with the "12" on the dial. I hardly ever buy new. I find used watches in this price range are overall, pretty gently used.
 
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Nice watch, is that a Fortis?
 
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Originally posted by Marlin Fan: Nice watch, is that a Fortis?

I can just make out the last few letters of what looks like "Fortis" above the day/date window, partially covered by the hour hand.
 
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The Fortis Aeromaster Stealth Chronograph.


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Ditched the blue strap it came with and dropped in a suede top stitch. Inspired a little photo shoot. Tried to get the fire blued hands to present.




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Good choice, rOgue.




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Ditched the blue strap it came with and dropped in a suede top stitch. Inspired a little photo shoot. Tried to get the fire blued hands to present.



That's a good looking combo rogue.
 
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Going to the watch guy today to get a much deserved service, it's 109 years old.




I'll post the one I'm picking up later.


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