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post #1 of 882 Old 04-17-2011, 02:51 PM Thread Starter
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What watch are you wearing today?

Panerai 233 today:

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Skin, vintage 1988, of Jewish, German, and English making. Quality craftsmanship, waterproof (to a certain extent). When exposed to sun, burns a hot, painful reddish hue.

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No watches worn today cause it's new-appartment-painting-day today and I didn't want to stain it with paint drips!
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Skin, vintage 1988, of Jewish, German, and English making. Quality craftsmanship, waterproof (to a certain extent). When exposed to sun, burns a hot, painful reddish hue.
Thanks for the contribution. Since there is a watch section here, I figured there may be some "watch guys"
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Thanks for the contribution. Since there is a watch section here, I figured there may be some "watch guys"
I have an odd sense of humor...

My watch would probably be not appreciated here anyways, it's a Shrek 2 Donkey glow in the dark watch that came in a cereal box. Works great! (I'm not joking either, that's the sad part)
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I have an odd sense of humor...

My watch would probably be not appreciated here anyways, it's a Shrek 2 Donkey glow in the dark watch that came in a cereal box. Works great! (I'm not joking either, that's the sad part)
You have to forgive Ben, not only does he have an odd sense of humor, he's just plain odd period....


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Skin, vintage 1988, of Jewish, German, and English making. Quality craftsmanship, waterproof (to a certain extent). When exposed to sun, burns a hot, painful reddish hue.
Ha ha ha...sense of humor is always accepted no matter what thread it's in. Let's not take ourselves too serious with jewelry as it's not about how much it cost but rather if it tells the correct time. I've got a ton of watches when I started that hobby and now I just wear em because they tell the right time. There are some beautiful watches for sure out there but the only thing that matters now is if they are reliable and don't cost me an arm and leg to just put a battery in em...I've got some that cost a couple hundred dollars to put a battery and make sure the seal is still good on it.

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Understand, and know that a very small percentage of people are "watch guys" Just thought some fellow guys in the WIS minority would post here, and the others wouldn't bother. I'm not a pipe guy, hence, haven't posted in those threads.

Oh well, failed thread.
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Rolex - sumbmariner, black face and bezel, stainless band. It's the only watch that i have.
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Still, this forum is a giant community, and even though I don't smoke pipes as much as I do cigars, I still read interesting threads. Like you said, watch lovers may be in the minority, so they might not all flock to a thread in a matter of hours, while the entire forum can read and reply to the thread. I wouldn't consider it a failed thread at all!

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