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Thread: Obligatory Wristwatch Thread

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    Got damn, I remember when Explorer IIs were dogs that no one wanted

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    Gray Hobbyist Wondering Beard's Avatar
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    For your amusement:


    https://www.youtube.com/shorts/sf3k2-9f22Y


    Can't seem to embed this short (30 sec or so) video, so go check it out, it's really cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wondering Beard View Post
    For your amusement:


    https://www.youtube.com/shorts/sf3k2-9f22Y


    Can't seem to embed this short (30 sec or so) video, so go check it out, it's really cool.
    That's pretty nuts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orionz06 View Post
    That's pretty nuts.
    Isn't it? :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wondering Beard View Post
    For your amusement:


    https://www.youtube.com/shorts/sf3k2-9f22Y


    Can't seem to embed this short (30 sec or so) video, so go check it out, it's really cool.
    Well shit. That's not what I thought I'd see.

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    Poker watch by the same guy @ 188k

    https://christopheclaret.com/collect....PCK05.120-132
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    That's crazier than Urwerk stuff.

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    For those who like Tudor watches, there is a new Pelagos in a 39mm case.

    Pelagos 39

    Pelagos 39 main page

    I wish it were in grade 5 titanium, but it's not that big a deal, especially for the price.

    more details about titanium for watches
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    I've got an early Pelagos that I love, but my wrist is over 7.5". Tudor is gonna sell a ton of no date, 39mm variants, for sure. Too bad it doesn't have the bracelet clasp of the larger model

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    MY $55.00 Casio "Marlin" has lost 4 seconds in 63 days.

    I am happy with that.


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