It really is meant to get battlescars
It looks more beautiful with the scratches and dings.
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That is a “Sin”! Oops I meant
Sinn. I just saw it in boutique. That is a nice watch. They used to give steep less but now not so. Nonetheless, that is still a great watch. And the young man is handsome! Should attract lots of gal next time when he grow older!
🤣🤣🤣 nice one.
My regional retailer gave me a nominal discount, just to appease me. I got it when they had a 13 week wait period. They seem to be more readily-available from the manufacturer now, and if you live outside of the EU, you can save the VAT. And thanks for th...
Great question. I usually go for my Grey Side of the Moon - ceramic on nylon strap. Wishing everyone a great weekend! Cheers, Jérôme Green nato Omega strap ...
Was indeed of of my concerns originally
It was indeed one of my concerns originally. Meanwhile I’m fine with it: no scratch, no dent and a low weight that makes it a good weekend watch, especially on nylon/NATO strap. I understand that Ceramic will not dent but could potentially crack or chip -...
Blackbay for me
This is my best weekend warrior watch for hiking and supermarket visits.=D ...
Have you guys seen the Sinn EZM 12. Sounds like Sinn should offer one to Marcus, to help in his job ...
The St Gallen brings back memories from a decade ago when so many posts of it were made here.
Currently two vie for those slots:
IWC 3706 And Panerai 973: But the truth is, tough watches eager for outdoor duty have been calling to me more and more lately, so I suspect they're going to get another competitor soon. ...
It certainly is
I *love* wearing it. I'd never owned a Panerai before this one, but this just a great watch.