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    Originally posted by Cherath14 View Post
    I have the Navy Blue Tag Heuer Carerra Heritage and the Cartier American solo Tank.

    http://blog.perpetuelle.com/baselwor...age-caliber-6/

    http://www.cartier.com/collections/t...ch-large-model

    Btw, what's the best site for me to upload photos to so I can post them on here?
    imgur.com

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      Ok let's try this. Here they are.

      http://imgur.com/lGTZUxR

      http://imgur.com/igPL3hP

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        If you ever want to sell your Kingston....

        Been looking for one for about 6 months. Always find either the white triangle or date versions, not the no-date red triangle version like you have. I love my Nassau, but would really like a Kingston. Great looking watch! Smart move wearing it for your wedding.

        Originally posted by davidw25 View Post

        Here is my modest collection.
        The Mk II Kingston was worn for my wedding.
        Benarus Bronze has had a few dips in the ocean, hoping to get it a nice patina.

        Sorry for the delayed response, but for those interested in what's in my collection:

        Omega Seamaster PO 42mm AT
        MKII Nassau no-date (small handmade watch company paying homage to Rolex Ref 5510)
        Steinhart/Debaufre limited edition Nav-B 44mm Pilot
        Archimede Klassic
        Rolex GMT II Ceramic

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          Originally posted by Cherath14 View Post
          Ok let's try this. Here they are.

          http://imgur.com/lGTZUxR

          http://imgur.com/igPL3hP

          Two ways to improve upon this. Click the picture button in the reply window (called insert image, picture of little tree) and copy in the URLs above. Or, after you upload to imgur, there will be a list of link options along the right side. Select the one that begins with [IMG]

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            I'm new to the forum (but certainly not to Dappered). I'm also on WUS, so I figured I'll recycle a few of my various pics to this thread. I'll take a group shot later, but for now, here are a few of my favorites ...




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              With the sale price and me just having sold my Orient Millenium, I couldn't resist this Citizen Eco-Drive. It's titanium, a perpetual calendar, and atomic sync/timekeeping all in one. The titanium means it's much lighter than most watches. Not sure if that's a pro or con but I've never owned a Titanium watch before so it should be interesting. The perpetual calendar means you don't have to adjust the date at the end of each month for it having 30 instead of 31 days, etc. Atomic sync means it will automatically receive a radio signal in the middle of the night syncing it up with the atomic clock. The pic is from WUS since it looks much better here than in any of the shopping site pics. Here's the link if you want more pics or a review - http://forums.watchuseek.com/f305/ci...ew-761078.html

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                Looks great. My only watch is a titanium Citizen Eco Drive I got as a HS graduation gift (so it's been 6.5 years since I've purchased a new watch) that's still going strong:

                I really liked this style at the time but I definitely will get a few round-face watches next. I still get plenty of compliments on this watch. I think I may get an Orient watch or something else in the $100-200 range (Seiko? there doesn't seem to be much else of value in this range, no?) but for my medical school graduation I'm aiming for something in the $1000-2000 range, I've still got some time to decide exactly where I'll fall. I like slimmer/simpler designs but I'm probably also going to want a chunky chrono/flight watch - maybe that will be my $100-200 pickup.

                I would love to get a Nomos, Fredrique Constant, or Ball watch at that time if I can find one used within my price-range. This is also high on my list: http://www.prometheuswatch.com/dress...12&id=29121730

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                  This thread is great. It's nice to see watch collections so diverse, but we are all in it for the same love.

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                    Don't have pictures but here is the list:

                    Omega Speedmaster Professional 861 cal
                    Rolex two tone submariner year 2000 model
                    Rolex datejust 1600 two tone
                    Rolex datejust 1601 white gold and stainless
                    Seiko 7006 vintage Automatic from the early 70's
                    Timex weekender NATO strap
                    G shock mudman
                    Movado classic museum dial
                    Movado Esperenza
                    Movado ESQ

                    Had and sold
                    Omega speedmaster day date
                    Omega speedmaster automatic reduced
                    Omega seamaster planet ocean XL orange bezel

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                      Paging BenR -- any updates as to your Speedy Racing? Actually a pretty big fan of the yellow accents, but have been debating the classic moon watch as one option (42mm AT as another) for when I move into the realm of legit watches.

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                        Also, if I ever really go for broke, realllly like this guy's face color with the red gold on leather:

                        http://www.omegawatches.com/collecti...23153432206003

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                          My five watches:

                          1. Omega vintage 1961 from Ebay, on a new leather strap. Manual wind, but it still works.
                          2. Timex - about 2 years old
                          3. Timex - about 2 years old



                          4. Rolex DateJust - bought new, about 10 years ago
                          5. Rolex Submariner Date - bought new, about 7 years ago

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                            My only two watches. An Orient Mako Blue and a Skagen

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                              I got this watch that Joe had recommended earlier in the week from Amazon. It's going back though since I didn't like the look of it in person. It is a very light watch though but feels bigger than 42 mm. I also was not a fan of the band. It has faux peforations that don't go all the way through the band. The band also tapers way too much so it's maybe 14 mm wide on the side with the buckle.

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                                @LCDR: A guy could go a long way wearing just those two Rolexes of yours. Wow! Nice.

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