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5513 Sub?

Let’s see them!
5d
By: m2
9
amanico
436

A nice Rolex Sea-Dweller 1665.

5d
By: amanico
18
amanico
394

Love the simplicity of a No Date Sub

6d
By: Watcholic_id
16
Watcholic_id
283

Tudor Submariner 7924. A fresh picture of an eternal love.

With me for more than 11 years, now. And an ever growing love for that watch which is one of my favorite vintage Tudor, even Rolex, or should I say Vintage Rolex Tudor, as there are some Rolex parts in this Tudor. I would say that if I had to keep only 2
12d
By: amanico
28
amanico
490

Left this lazy boy...

has still a decent >48 hour power reserve, the 3999 is so thin that its tiny movement needs to be charged every 20 hours approx. This days I am playing with this russian fellow. 40 hour power reserve, more or less...
15d
By: Mary Anny
15
KCLQMULKU
541

Rolex Getting More Expensive

A good reason to focus on brands that ask fair prices for their watches. Yesterday a watch watcher said this, the Rolex watches send to HK and route on to the countries at the Persian gulf. I thought this when he said that, that is why the boxes are empty
18d
By: Thomas_3
8
FabR
582

Deleted post

i have deleted the submariner post as it has caused offence to some members Apologies if you have been offended.
28d
By: Miranda
6
Chromatic Fugue
596

Tudor ref 76200-11 & 23, the Tudor Time Capsule , I remember the model in the catalog 1998-99!

But it was discontinued 2 years ago in HK! I wear only stainless steel watches so the unicorn would have been the Rolex Day Date ref 6611 but it’s another budget obviously… ) In 2012, I sold my Tudor Submariner 40mm ref 79190 for €1200 box papers, quite p
1M
By: RicardetCie
0
197

Rolex 1675 gilt enjoying the sunshine with a Submariner.

Gilty perfection framed with a super fat font insert. Have a great Sunday. Rolex 1675 gilt
1M
By: Bill
12
holdemchamp1225
333

Happy Friday!

5513 for me
1M
By: ctzn
17
Chronometer (aka yacomino)
902