First night out...

 By: pejp : February 8th, 2020-17:57
....since welcoming our twins into the world 4 months ago, so only one choice for me tonight.

I guess this is a dress watch, but it just seems to work with anything.

A versatile piece indeed. And still a favorite within the collection 7 years after its release.

 By: Reuven Malter : February 8th, 2020-18:00
Enjoy your evening!

Congrats! and heck of a way to celebrate with a horological masterpiece. [nt]

 By: Ted-Lo : February 8th, 2020-18:15
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Congrats on the double trouble!

 By: Jay (Eire) : February 8th, 2020-22:12
Indeed the 1815 can be the watch for any occasion; except maybe the rough and tumble of infant childcare.  I’d be afraid of banging it off something!  

Yep, I wear a 33m swatch for that! [nt]

 By: pejp : February 8th, 2020-22:23
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Perfect. [nt]

 By: Jay (Eire) : February 10th, 2020-10:50
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Be brave and enjoy your free time! ;) [nt]

 By: amanico : February 8th, 2020-23:16
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Agreed but you may dump the brave part [nt]

 By: Jurry : February 8th, 2020-23:46
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LOL! [nt]

 By: amanico : February 8th, 2020-23:54
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This 1815 is a great looking watch. [nt]

 By: jlux : February 9th, 2020-02:23
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I love to wear mine in a casul setting. Congrats to you! [nt]

 By: aperna : February 10th, 2020-17:15
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Love this watch

 By: MPP : February 20th, 2020-20:28
I wear my up/down more than any other dress watch. I think its proportions are perfect, the 3/4 plate Is a beauty, and the Germanic case design is iconic. For dress occasions, I wear it far more than my 3919 Calatrava.   I find my pink gold version tough to wear in a really casual context, but that’s just because of my personal views of yellow and rose gold. I find white gold and platinum much easier to dress down.