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The Asian Snowflake

The Asian Snowflake Seiko SBGA211G This dial is really cool when you come close to it. The Grand Seiko Snowflake is a unique watch. The blue secondhand made a great contrast to the dial. The titanium case and bracelet and the size of 41mm diameter and 12,5 mm thick feels well balanced in the hand. T
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By: Jocke
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pmh6000
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The Asian Snowflake

The Asian Snowflake Seiko SBGA211G This dial is really cool when you come close to it. The Grand Seiko Snowflake is a unique watch. The blue secondhand made a great contrast to the dial. The titanium case and bracelet and the size of 41mm diameter and 12,5 mm thick feels well balanced in the hand. T
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By: Jocke
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Inspiration needed - 5960 A - the strap question.

So a lot of us own the 5960A. Some like the steel bracelet others don’t. But all of us have the opportunity to have fun and change the look with a strap. Could we make a thread where those of you who have found a strap post some pictures and tell us a little about your thoughts and experiences. - wh
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By: ChristianDK
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Something I've never seen, maybe more common in the EU?

A 18k yg Mauboussin which a friend from abroad had on. Mechanical movement, it looked like a cousin to a Cartier (and, indeed, was on rotation with a Santos as this is the style the gentleman prefers). It looked good! Unpictured is the folding clasp which completed the look. What do you think?
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By: Spangles
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Someone in Saint-Tropez at beginning of September?

Would share some bottles of rose wine.
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By: brauner
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PAM 671 Bronzo: evoluzione

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By: novecentoundici
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rene1
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A beautiful piece and special in PT.

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By: russell996
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Ronald Held
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How about this combination?

Bathyscaphe Sedna now on a dark grey Blancpain Nato... Cheers Henrik
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By: shortys home
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TonyR
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Too hot outside.

Time for a dip
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By: Nono01
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Fab5119R
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New (old) member in the family: Heuer Carrera ref. 3147 N "Dato 45" from 1966.

Daring post with all the no-date-PuristS among us: back in 1966 Heuer introducd the first Carrera model with date: the Carrera 3147 "Dato 45". The "45" comes from the fact that the minute counter adds up to 45 minutes. The first generation "Dato" (like this one) were only produced in 1966 and 1967.
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By: HSTE
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ChristianDK
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