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  1. I've owned a few Breitlings (B1, Superocean, Heritage, Seawolf) and the quality was excellent but they're a bit chunky for my current tastes so they've all been sold. I bought most of them used so didn't lose much if anything. I quite like the new models such as the Premier Day Date probably due to the smaller size and vintage aesthetics. My brother-in-law is not a WIS but loves the Navitimer. It is a great watch with fantastic heritage but some of the prices are astounding - £6-£7k. At that sort of price I'd much rather have a Rolex GMT, if they were readily available.
  2. Absolutely shocking. I think a lot less of Tudor now.
  3. Beautiful watches but what about a bit of colour?
  4. I like to live in the past, when things were simpler.
  5. And ask them to throw in one of those cheapie Pateks.
  6. What's wrong with my cathode ray tube tv? It's colour and everything!
  7. For all the haters out there, here is the definitive proof! https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/lostinshowbiz/2009/jan/06/rolex-watches-owen-wilson
  8. A Tag Heuer Autavia for £1,000 about 12 years ago.
  9. I'm surprised that no-one has mentioned the Rolex Explorer 214270 - iconic watch, can be dressed up or down and not bad value for a Rolex!
  10. I've had three Evants now and they have all been of excellent quality, punching far above their price level.
  11. Very nice indeed.
  12. Half the fun is in the hunt - enjoy the feeling of the money in your pocket and take your time deciding!
  13. The sensible man buys the Steinhart version or something even cheaper
  14. Poor Man's Kermit - you absolutely did the right thing
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