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watch lovers....what's your favorite watch?

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inzite wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 6:23 pm
really no right or wrong, really depends on what you value.
I hear you. I guess if you have the money to own a rolly then a few hundred on servicing wouldnt be an issue.





Anyone know what is the best way to fix scratches on a watch's face?
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Bedboi wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 8:06 pm
I hear you. I guess if you have the money to own a rolly then a few hundred on servicing wouldnt be an issue.

Anyone know what is the best way to fix scratches on a watch's face?
yeah, just like some folks on here upgrades their computer every year using over $2k worth of components. If the watch face is acrylic then you can use poly watch to buff it out, i believe it basically re-positions plastic on the surface and covers up the scratches in doing so.
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Bedboi wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 11:01 am
Reading comments on $$$ servicing some of these watches are crazy expensive. I could buy a decent watch with that kind of money lolz. I guess many ballers are on RFD.
It is and it isn't? Rolex has a recommended 10 year service interval at a cost of roughly $900 let's say. At $90/year doesn't seem that bad to me.
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Bedboi wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 8:06 pm
I hear you. I guess if you have the money to own a rolly then a few hundred on servicing wouldnt be an issue.
Yes servicing is part of owning any mechanical watch. Some people don't service their watch until something breaks.
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thericyip wrote:
Oct 6th, 2017 12:48 am
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als for sure because it's 5 and not 05.
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inzite wrote:
Oct 8th, 2017 11:15 pm
als for sure because it's 5 and not 05.
I feel the exact opposite - I can't get past the poor design of the big date on the ALS. Not having the leading zero ruins the balance of the dial, and I am also not a fan of that mullion they use between the 2 date windows that tries to hide the fact that the 2 date disks are on different levels. The big date on the GO is far superior in design and execution in my view.
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LAco's are massive. But they make a reasonably priced flieger.
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This one is a 44mm and it has curved lugs compared to a IWC Big Pilot 47mm and straight lugs. I have pretty small wrists and this one fits surprisingly well.
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thericyip wrote:
Oct 14th, 2017 10:08 pm
This one is a 44mm and it has curved lugs compared to a IWC Big Pilot 47mm and straight lugs. I have pretty small wrists and this one fits surprisingly well.
Bought it online?
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I have a Omega speedmaster professional moon watch, bought it sometime in the early '80's. Think I paid around 2 or $300 new. Do not have the original box or receipt anymore

I see the new ones retail in the $5000 range? Seems to be grossly overpriced, but I don't know. Never wear it anymore. My new casio g shock actually keeps better time.

When selling old watches, do buyers usually remove the back covers to inspect it? Or maybe I should keep it?

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