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Prince of Cats
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Here is one of my favorites:
Hamilton Titanium Khaki Frogman Automatic.


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I just picked up this one and love it:



Could you give me the model number? I like it!




I love it here!



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Too many to list. Lets just say that the zombies should look elsewhere.
 
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I was given that watch when I started the 1st grade. I just wound it up and the damn thing is ticking...


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Originally posted by jargon51:
I just picked up this one and love it:



Could you give me the model number? I like it!


After an exhaustive search, I found it, since I also like it.

BV1080-18A

Also in black:

BV1085-06E



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This is my Alpha, it's a titanium hand wind mechanical. It's fairly large at around 46mm. I think it looks good size-wise on my wrist, and I really like the look of the watch. But I think it's just too big to wear for me.


I have a small Citizen that's 37mm (I think?) that is super comfy, but it just looks dwarfed on my wrist.


I also prefer to wear my watch on the underside of my wrist, but I work at a computer and end up taking it off often. So I just hardly ever wear a watch unfortunately.


Anyone have a suggestion? Thin, light, flat crystal for underside wear?
 
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Eating, sleeping and boinking. Everything else is just Filler.
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Originally posted by terma-nator:
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Originally posted by jargon51:
I just picked up this one and love it:



Could you give me the model number? I like it!


After an exhaustive search, I found it, since I also like it.

BV1080-18A

Also in black:

BV1085-06E


Thanks




I love it here!



My Gun collection:
Too many to list. Lets just say that the zombies should look elsewhere.
 
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Karma from David T.


Niech Zyje P-220

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Got to love the SubC..

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Wife gave me an awesome 40th birthday present.



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1999 Crosswind


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From my vacation.







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Recently traded my Datejust for this(glad I did).



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Recently traded my Datejust for this(glad I did).



I'd say that was a very good trade!


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Lots of fantastic watches. This is a recent purchase that's not in the league of Tags and Rolexes, but it's a nice watch--stainless Luminox


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My old Seiko 6309 "Turtle" that an old Army pal of mine picked up in the early eighties is now my everyday watch.



The lume needs to be replaced.... otherwise she is a great watch.

-Tom


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Needs more cowbell!
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My daily wear watch:

 
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Modded Seiko Orange Monster




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Just picked this up today:
Breitling Colt Military





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