They both look great but ... the PP for me as well
i saw someone in a suit wearing the PP and it looks great in suits and casual!
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This is just a thought, not a plan yet, but a dilemma 🙊
I recently started to look at rose/pink gold in a different way, which is quite suprising to me, having only white metals (I'm not counting my old two-tone Hublot Classic which I barely use). I still don't see myself wearing R at work, so I think I should...
I have to agree on that, I was wearing a suit when tried it on and looked stunning.
Competition is still open!
As someone who has tried on both..
I think from a technical perspective the Rolex has a better bracelet, bezel and is more durable. The PP has a much cleaner dial and prettier backside. Your pictures do not do the yatch master justice though. It looks much better in real life and I think i...
Thanks a lot for your sincere opinion
I agree with you and those are exactly the reasons why I am considering the Rolex. And I must confess that, even though I love the 5167R a lot, the Yatch Master is a hair ahead in my personal ranking (it may change in a few seconds though 😜).
PP for me.
Looks great with your jacket and shirt IMHO, I never have that feeling with jacket and shirt combined with Rolex sports models. Easy it gets too bulky IMHO. The way one is dressed is ofcourse very personal so it's up to you. Go with what works for you. Be...
Thank you H!
I agree, the PP works much better (by far) on the dressier side of the smart casual range. The problem is that both work for me, but my wallet doesn't agree 😛 And I haven't asked my wife yet to allow my dreams to last a bit longer 🤣