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Discussion in 'Pics and Videos Buffet' started by BrunotheBoxer, Mar 25, 2018.
What is going on in the USA and the world? Srs.
It can be an acquired taste, I've been fascinated by high HP cars, bikes, boats, firearms, tools, etc. from an early age, I didn't begin to really appreciate watches until I hit 40. Imagine a mechanical watch, no battery, that self winds and keeps time to ~+1 to -1 second a day. Plus while it seems straightforward in the pics below, remember these are less that 1.5" in diameter, Let me get my big 'ol ham fists in there, I sure couldn't work on them. LOL Below is a Rolex Daytona movement shown with and without the rotor.
sorry, double post
That would look Killer with gun metal titanium band
LOLLLLLL then why do you have 1200 posts in a car forum?
PS, I'm thankful that I've been very, very fortunate in my life and don't need any help defining my priorities. ;^)
Vintage Rolex is what I like
I don't grasp why people are into watches. But, I'll be damned if I'm going to tell someone else how to spend their money.
you guys like the Oris High End stuff? Nice pieces..
I had an Oris and its a great bang for the buck
Did that one come with a fanny pack or you have to buy that separate?
Fanny pack and flip flops with socks included.
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Mine showed up today
Yer right. Send me all yer things and money so you can concentrate on being happy for a long time.
Yeah he sounds like a barrel of fun. Must have lots of compadres.
Elbows too pointy.
I'll open her present for her.
So uh.. you trying to compensate for something?
I'm more of a coca cola man myself. I wouldn't go for a Pepsi flagship rolex. Maybe a mountain dew one though. Pretty sure the dew has prevented me from having some oops babies thanks to lowering swimmer count.
Yeah OK OP. Guess I've just gotta say...
I'm with you 100%!!! I think this was a welcome addition to the line. As cool as the white gold Pepsi model was/is, it just isn't for me. Too heavy, too expensive and too delicate. They knocked the proportions of the Jubilee out of the park. It's a nice nod to vintage styling as well as a subtle departure from existing models. I've got an original Matte Dial Pepsi GMT Master as well as a modern, black Ceramic GMT II. Both on Oyster Bracelets and this thing would look perfect sitting between the two.
My only concern is that the red/blue colors of the bezel insert aren't quite what they used to be. Almost purple in certain lights. Regardless, just an awesome watch. Also, LOL at the misinformation in this thread.
Lastly, for those not into these watches, the red/blue "Pepsi" color scheme was introduced in the late '50s as a collaboration with PanAm Airlines and served as a flight tool for tracking multiple timezones on a 24-hour scale. Later, enthusiasts gave them the "Pepsi" nickname. It's a Swiss icon with a lot of American history.