Discussion in 'The Pub' started by stealthtastic, Jan 24, 2013.
Nice arm hair, 11/10
That is HOT.
1992 Rolex Datejust:
70's Seiko 6139-6002:
80's Seiko "Arnie":
1981 Seiko 7A28-7049 chronograph:
Seiko SRPK43K1 "Spork":
Custom build Seiko/Yobokies:
Custom build Yobokies "55 Fathoms":
Seiko SKA427 "BFK":
Harold is brilliant but that is very possibly the best looking Yobokies ever!
Thanks Jim...it looks great on mesh too.
I do a lot of business with Harold....he built me this last year:
I don't have this one yet, but it's my dream watch! Oh it will be mine!!!
I've been a Paneristi for about 12 years but I also wear Rolex Sub and Omega Seamaster a lot.
I have and have had many and prefer my Omega Seamaster Quartz I've had for about 15 years.
Panerai are my thing. i have 3. Here is one of them.
I also enjoy the stuff in the bottle!
Lots of Panerai guys here. Wow.
I'm thinking about building a Panerai clone from parts, just because I'm into making stuff. Won't be nearly as awesome as the real thing, but it will be cool to have a watch that I put together myself.
WWII Breitling Pilot
Recently busted 60s Seamaster
Oris Pointer Calendar Auto
Swatch (yes, Swatch) Special Edition Skeleton Auto
There's also a 60s Girard-Perregaux and a Vulcain Cricket around here somewhere.
You guys are really starting to hook me, seriously thinking about trading a guitar or amp for a cool watch.
English Premier League soccer players favour Rolex. Gentlemen prefer Panerai.
I would love a panerai or an omega.
And JLC folks will say the same about Panerai. Just forget all that noise and buy what you like best.
Really? Why would a "gentleman" want a watch that can't fit under a shirt sleeve? It's a watch that was designed for commando divers to wear over a wet suit so they could see their watch well enough to time their attacks while essentially riding a torpedo. I've never understood how something that size became a "dress" watch. This is what it was actually made for.
These days, they are designed to make your wrist heavier and your wallet lighter.
But seriously, they just look cool as hell. That's why people wear them.
Yup. Rolex is like buying a blacked out Cadillac Escalade whereas Panerai is like buying a Range Rover.
Me gusta Panerai, and Rolex too. But me can't afford neither, and probably never will.
Alas... I have a couple Seiko and an old Tag.