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First off, great photography chiba. Well done.

My Rolex Datejust Turnograph is my change-of-pace watch. White dial, red accents, jubilee bracelet, it's for when I'm at a black-tie event, want to dress it up a bit. One of these and a Sub Date and it covers about 90% of all occasions.

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Thanks BJ,

That Turnograph is amazing. I have always been a fan of the fluted bezel but have never seen a Datejust with a red second hand. It's a perfect dress watch!
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Say what you will about Omega's, 'for people who can't afford a Rolex', 'too pedestrian' etc. but I'm a loyal Omega-man.
Though, Rolex Sub is one fine time-piece. If I were to buy a Rolex, it'd be that one. May be down the road, I'm just 26 now. Got to climb up that watch-collection ladder...



Nice PO's MML,
Aside from Bedden, I dont really hear anyone saying that about Omega. Especially now that the price gap is beginning to narrow. Most people I know who collect, own or at least respect both brands.

Looking at your choices in those snaps, a DSSD would probably be your next step.

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Say what you will about Omega's, 'for people who can't afford a Rolex', 'too pedestrian' etc. but I'm a loyal Omega-man.
Though, Rolex Sub is one fine time-piece. If I were to buy a Rolex, it'd be that one. May be down the road, I'm just 26 now. Got to climb up that watch-collection ladder...



Very nice watches. I actually sold my Omega because the bracelet never felt comfortable on my wrist. I tried it with a leather band and it didn't look right to me. I really liked the quality of the watch, however.

My first Rolex was a gold/stainless GMT Master that I bought for around $1,900 back in 1982. I sold it last year for $4,350. Now, a new stainless Submariner is just under $8,000. Watches have become too expensive to make sense anymore. The days look long gone where you could wear a Rolex for 30 years and make money, even considering inflation.
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Thanks BJ,

That Turnograph is amazing. I have always been a fan of the fluted bezel but have never seen a Datejust with a red second hand. It's a perfect dress watch!




Thanks.

I bought it spur-of-the-moment at Ceasar's in Vegas if you can believe it, quite the impulse buy. Turned out to be a great decision as the watch only lasted 2-3 years and is highly sought after these days. I sold my Explorer 1 (too close to the Submariner) when I got back home and that was that. Most people don't realize that Rolexes appreciate in value over time, you can buy/sell them repetitively and get into better models at no charge, it's like leasing them.

Next on my list: The Milgauss. Or, may track down the black-dial Turnograph.

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Old school. I really like the vintage styled watches for a change of pace. GP, particularly when they were independent and manufactured everything in-house, was one of the most under valued watches, IMO.
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Nice PO's MML,
Aside from Bedden, I dont really hear anyone saying that about Omega. Especially now that the price gap is beginning to narrow. Most people I know who collect, own or at least respect both brands.

Looking at your choices in those snaps, a DSSD would probably be your next step.

Chiba
The problem I have with Omega is that most of their movements were primarily made by ETA. To me, if the watch is not designed and manufactured in-house, it's just jewelry. Rolex, Patek Philippe and Girard Perregaux are/were in-house manufacture watches.
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I only have one Rolex, an Oyster Perpertual Day Date.







I stopped buying watches a number of years ago because I was rarely wearing many of them.

I did buy a watch last November. We were in Boca Raton and the only watch I had with me, the Girard Perregaux Vintage 1945, stopped working. I went to the Movado Outet in Sawgrass Mills becuase I had a $50 coupon. I asked them for the cheapest watch in the store which was an ESQ that was on sale for $95. I gave them the coupon and $45 and I had a working watch for the remainder of my stay. When I got back to NYC I had the GP repaired for $275 and it is working fine again.






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You should check this one out when it gets released..

Simillar to the milgauss as far as anti magnetic properties.
Not everyones cup of tea but I like it..






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Thanks.

I bought it spur-of-the-moment at Ceasar's in Vegas if you can believe it, quite the impulse buy. Turned out to be a great decision as the watch only lasted 2-3 years and is highly sought after these days. I sold my Explorer 1 (too close to the Submariner) when I got back home and that was that. Most people don't realize that Rolexes appreciate in value over time, you can buy/sell them repetitively and get into better models at no charge, it's like leasing them.

Next on my list: The Milgauss. Or, may track down the black-dial Turnograph.

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If I was going to spend stupid money on a watch I would get a Roger Debuis.
But I don't see that happening in this lifetime.





Skeleton Watches are fascinating but I would not necessarily want to wear one.

Roger Dubuis Excalibur Double Flying Tourbillon Rose Gold Watch


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Brand: Roger DubuisDial Color: Skeleton
Series: ExcaliburBracelet/Strap: Alligator
Model Number: EX45-01SQ-50-00-SE000-B1Clasp Type: Folding
Gender: MensMovement: Manual-Winding
Size: - Power Reserve: 48 hours
Case Material: 18kt Pink GoldWater Resistance: 50 meters/165
Case Dimensions: 45mm diameterWarranty: The Finest Watches Two-Year Warranty
Case Thickness: N/ALimited Edition: 28 pieces
Crystal: - Special Features: Double Tourbillon

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The problem I have with Omega is that most of their movements were primarily made by ETA. To me, if the watch is not designed and manufactured in-house, it's just jewelry. Rolex, Patek Philippe and Girard Perregaux are/were in-house manufacture watches.
That used to be the case but not any more.

Take my Aqua terra for instance



It's 8500 movement is entirely in house. Everything they are releasing now is as well.



As I said before, their moving up market..

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I bought this watch last year at Tourneau in the Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens. I wanted something to wear while fishing and what not. It's the most comfortable watch that I have. It does have an automatic ETA movement.

SSwiss Army Dive Master 500 Automatic - Gunmetal PVD - Black Face - Rubber

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My only gold watch is a 1957 Oyster Perpetual Day Date with the Eisenhower era arrowhead markers. I rarely wear it, just not my style right now, but its nice to look at every once in awhile.

The men's small (or boys) watch is my wife's. Bought it for our 10 year anniversary, closest match to the Turnograph, sort of a his-and-hers kind of thing. The ladies Rolex is a very dainty watch; the larger size really looks much better.

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But I don't see that happening in this lifetime.

Roger Dubuis Excalibur Double Flying Tourbillon Rose Gold Watch
Roger Dubuis started out with some elegant watches and then he kinda got insane with some of his designs.

One watch that I keep my eye on is by Ulysse Nardin, the San Marco Jacquemarts Minute Repeater Manual Yellow Gold. They were a limited edition that sold out a number of years ago. I have found a couple of used ones, but they wanted more than I was willing to pay. The sound of the bell when striking is spectacular, IMO.

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The problem I have with Omega is that most of their movements were primarily made by ETA. To me, if the watch is not designed and manufactured in-house, it's just jewelry. Rolex, Patek Philippe and Girard Perregaux are/were in-house manufacture watches.
True!
The 2 PO's that I have, one is a 2500 cal. an ETA movement and the other is a 8500 cal. which is designed by Omega.

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I like some of his designs but I agree some of them are over the top.
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The 2 PO's that I have, one is a 2500 cal. an ETA movement and the other is a 8500 cal. which is designed by Omega.
Their Co-Axial movement was designed and is manufactured in-house, but I have not kept up with watches enough during the last few years to know what else they have done. Omega used to be top shelf up until the digital watches hit the market back in the 1970s. They had financial difficulties for a number of years and went to outside suppliers for their movements and other parts. Later, the internet discounters hurt their image further. I think James Bond brought life back to the company.
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Nice PO's MML,
Aside from Bedden, I dont really hear anyone saying that about Omega. Especially now that the price gap is beginning to narrow. Most people I know who collect, own or at least respect both brands.

Looking at your choices in those snaps, a DSSD would probably be your next step.

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A DSSD has too much information imprinted on the dial. I'd get tired about it.
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Please stop this! My only trinket collection vice has been with fountain pens. My collection is quite small and I put a stop to it a couple of years ago. I don't need to get into watches

BJ, that Milgauss is fascinating. It is way-out-there funky, yet it has a restrained classical elegance to it.

Chiba, that last Omega is just beautiful.

I am more a fan of simpler clean and fluid designs, usually SS and often just a white dial (with few exceptions). So even a simple Swiss Army Alliance or a Tissot would completely satisfy me. So based on that, the Dubuis (DuCon?) would make me want to And yeah, I don't care if people are willing to pay 100+K for it

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So are these the Lamborginis of the watch world?
I'm sure there are a few rappers out there with these encrusted with diamonds.
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