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    Thumbs up what kind of watch?

    "the most precious thing is time"

    what kind of watch do you have/would like to have?
    i bought a plain, inexpensive watch about ten years ago.
    the strap has needed replacing twice, i'm tempted to get another
    timepiece for myself.

    http://www.aclutx70th.com/wp-content...olex-watch.jpg
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    my grandfather left me a old Omega watch when he died, since then I have bought two others and just love them. Not as flashy as other brands but fantastic timepieces.

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    When I turned 30 my girlfriend at the time bought me an omega seamster for my birthday.

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    Love watches, for going out I generally wear Raymond Weil, for work as it's a production floor I usually have a Tissot on

    My 2 favourite at the moment:

    Have this one on me now


    For Casual wear / work this is my current fav :


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    i like the Raymond Weil, anon.
    they've become more exclusive than they were?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitzy View Post
    When I turned 30 my girlfriend at the time bought me an omega seamster for my birthday.
    FFS should of found a GF before I turned 30, then I might of got another

    Maybe when 40 rolls around I'll find someone then but I've a long way to go before I have to start worrying about a free watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    i like the Raymond Weil, anon.
    they've became more exclusive than they were?
    Thats for sure, got my first about 10 years ago and paid IRL£1099 (€1395) for it, lost that one and decided I liked the style so I went out and bought almost the exact same one and paid €2799 for it, even with inflation that's gone up a notch..

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    Quote Originally Posted by monster_monster View Post
    FFS should of found a GF before I turned 30, then I might of got another

    Maybe when 40 rolls around I'll find someone then but I've a long way to go before I have to start worrying about a free watch
    She was a special girl I never got a present like that of any the girls I went out with after here

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    Almost identical except professional 200m



    Have had it for 7 years and I think it was the most expensive completely spontaneous purchase I ever made (Duty Free on a plane over the Indian Ocean!)

    I used to want a good watch and was constantly looking in jewellers' windows but as long as I have this I'll be more than content.

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    Absolutly love watches, have waaay too many.
    My all time fav is my Cartier Pasha.


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