Walking and enjoying this beauty

Apr 15, 2019,05:07 AM

It’s not so easy to capture the blue of the dial. This watch is sparkling and shining from every angel...

Have a great start to the week,


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Thank you for your kind words, Tyo!

 By: MTR : April 15th, 2019-11:31
Yes, I love to wear it. My worries that it would be to heavy and bulky on my wrist were without reason. The Cameron wears extremely well. And it‘s still 3mm smaller than some of my Panerais. ☺️ My wrist is between 16,5 and 17 cm. Best, Thomas

You and the big cat both!

 By: vkeong : April 15th, 2019-10:48


 By: MTR : April 15th, 2019-11:35
His golf talent is much higher. Fore sure. And - also for sure - he has a good taste! 😎 Thanks a lot and all the best, Thomas

Thank you, dear ZSHSZ!

 By: MTR : April 15th, 2019-11:53
Contrary to all fears it wears really comfortably. I think this is due to the modifications from the 116660 to its successor 126660. I tried the predecessor a few years ago and the feeling was quite different... At least for me. Best, Thomas

Yes, indeed.

 By: MTR : April 15th, 2019-12:34
Really a great win. In a nutshell: Same watch, different golf talent. 😁 Best, Thomas

I love it

 By: ripper444 : April 15th, 2019-11:46
This is a great watch. I had the black dial variant before but next to the James Cameron it just didn’t do it for me. Very nice piece!

Thanks a lot, dear ripper444!

 By: MTR : April 15th, 2019-12:36
Yes, indeed, it’s a great watch. Did you have the 126660 or the 116660 black dial? And: did you switch to the Cameron? Best, Thomas

I had the 116660

 By: ripper444 : April 15th, 2019-13:26
Honestly I removed the diver expression and because my wrist size I never experienced the off balance between the watch case and the bracelet. It was actually very comfortable. I never did get the James Cameron because the price was way too much compared ... 

The price difference...

 By: MTR : April 16th, 2019-00:45
Interesting! Did you buy your Deepsea black dial from an authorized AD? I actually had to pay a small price difference of € 300,00 (like shown on the official Rolex website). But if I look i.e. at the prices for the small number of Camerons offered at Chr... 

Nope I buy most Rolex pre owned less than 1 year old

 By: ripper444 : April 16th, 2019-08:36
The market was also not insane like it is now. Prices should come down soon. I actually just got a call that my Rolex AD received a lot of supply with their latest shipment. If the trend continues then all these insane prices should stabilize.

„If the trend continues then all these insane prices should stabilize.“

 By: MTR : April 16th, 2019-14:13
I am curious about this development. Regarding Rolex I think that those fantasy prices are mainly caused by an artificial shortage caused Rolex itself, a greedy grey market and ... some unserious dealers. I can think also of some brands where the prices a... 

I recently bought a submariner hulk for the crazy price it’s going for now

 By: ripper444 : April 16th, 2019-16:37
I couldn’t get myself to keep it knowing 3 years prior i owned it for a normal price. My dealer took it back and I got a seamaster 300 which I absolutely love. It’s now my daily wearer. With how good Omega is these days I see no reason to shell out premiu... 

Completely understand you!

 By: MTR : April 17th, 2019-12:39
Although there is no Omega in my collection so far. Best, Thomas

It looks good

 By: Jari from Finland : April 17th, 2019-12:48
on your wrist. Pics are also stunning.

Thank you for your kind words, Jari!

 By: MTR : April 17th, 2019-13:04
I am also an fan of your Hulk and your GMT II TT. How much wrist time do they get? ☺️ Best, Thomas

It varies

 By: Jari from Finland : April 24th, 2019-11:33
I wear they both regularly but when having several watches they get also often days off.

Of course!

 By: MTR : April 24th, 2019-16:10
Enjoy them! ☺️ Best, Thomas


 By: MTR : April 17th, 2019-12:58
not angel 😇 Of course. Best, Thomas

Looks great on your wrist!

 By: aperna : April 24th, 2019-16:59
Well done Thomas