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Prodigal Son
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Originally posted by Z06: ...Seamaster pushed to its near limits… .0004M...


This made me laugh. Thanks.
 
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Wearing today (top) and his brother (below)







Goin' to the water park...the water park...
 
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Originally posted by Z06: ...Seamaster pushed to its near limits… .0004M...



You're both lucky to be alive!!! Big Grin


-ShneaSIG


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I just picked this one up a few hours ago...

Smile




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Wearing today (top) and his brother (below)


Nice!
 
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Nice.. howdy back from the 'other' forum..

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I just picked this one up a few hours ago...

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I just picked this one up a few hours ago...

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I'd like to be your Rolex salesman. Smile
 
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I just picked this one up a few hours ago...

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I'd like to be your Rolex salesman. Smile


I suppose it's a decent gig, considering Mrs. ShneaSIG got another Datejust for herself, too. Big Grin


-ShneaSIG


Blackacre is all mine!
 
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Nice.. howdy back from the 'other' forum..



Hey, don't I know you from somewheres?? Wink


-ShneaSIG


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My humble contribution. A variant of an old standard and a quick snap shot from my phone.



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law_dawg07, can you tell me the model number of the white faced Sinn watch you posted? Thanks.


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Is it possible to purchase Sinn watches anywhere that offers good discounts? They have one official US retailer that I can find online. I can get 30% off (or more) on Omega, Breitling, most of the major luxury brands, from a local authorized dealer... but Sinn makes a couple of watches that I am interested in.

I'm also thinking about a Seiko MarineMaster.


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law_dawg07, can you tell me the model number of the white faced Sinn watch you posted? Thanks.


It's a limited edition of the 656. Right now I'd like to get my hands on this Anniversary 556 Cool




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Is it possible to purchase Sinn watches anywhere that offers good discounts? They have one official US retailer that I can find online. I can get 30% off (or more) on Omega, Breitling, most of the major luxury brands, from a local authorized dealer... but Sinn makes a couple of watches that I am interested in.

I'm also thinking about a Seiko MarineMaster.


AFAIK, there's only one game in town for authorized dealers in the US. If you happen to be in Europe, you have more options.




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Nice watches, law. Especially the white faced one.

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Is it possible to purchase Sinn watches anywhere that offers good discounts? They have one official US retailer that I can find online. I can get 30% off (or more) on Omega, Breitling, most of the major luxury brands, from a local authorized dealer... but Sinn makes a couple of watches that I am interested in.

I'm also thinking about a Seiko MarineMaster.

Watchbuys.com?

They're an authorized dealer/distributor who sells direct to US customers.

I haven't bought from them but I know a couple of folks who have.
 
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I like the design/look of this watch... it's just the NAME of the watch.

"You don't know s*** from shinola!" keeps popping into to my head.


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Originally posted by Z06: I like the design/look of this watch... it's just the NAME of the watch. ..."You don't know s*** from shinola!" keeps popping into to my head.


That's where the founder of the company got the name from, too. (Originally it was the name of a brand of shoe polish.)
 
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My Apple Watch took a dump on me last night. Brought back old faithful. This Luminox went to the sandbox with my old man, given to me October 18th 2000 when I started my first day on the road. Spent 16 years in Prison, Jail and the Street.

Shes old and abused, but still works like it new. Still glows too!




If we are ever in a situation where I'm the voice of reason, then we are in a pretty freggin awful situation.
 
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I like the design/look of this watch... it's just the NAME of the watch.

"You don't know s*** from shinola!" keeps popping into to my head.

You might do a bit of research on the brand if you're thinking of buying one. To be a bit of a watch snob, they're very far on the "fashion watch" end of the WIS spectrum. Very overpriced for what they are and what they're made from.
 
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Originally posted by Z06:
I like the design/look of this watch... it's just the NAME of the watch.

"You don't know s*** from shinola!" keeps popping into to my head.

You might do a bit of research on the brand if you're thinking of buying one. To be a bit of a watch snob, they're very far on the "fashion watch" end of the WIS spectrum. Very overpriced for what they are and what they're made from.


To join in what Leftnose said, that's a lot of money for a mediocre quartz movement.


-ShneaSIG


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