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September 27, 2012



But by virtue of moving toward "understated" watches, the "wow factor" naturally recedes. I think "Gotta Have It" is still very much in play though----particularly if you find the new watch to be worth the significant cost.


I'll remind you of my first impression of the SNAD05: I liked it immediately but was slightly underwhelmed and it took me a few days of wrist time to really fall in love with it. Now I can't take it off.

I look forward to the pictures.

By the way, the Black Monster might be next on my queue. I have to sell off a few Invictas myself, but might get a couple more Seikos within the month.


The more I wore my Velatura yesterday, the more I loved it. It's my ten thousand dollar Rolex.


My guiding principle has become WWBW?

What would Bond wear?

Bond, James Bond.

Seiko, Rolex and Omega for the most part.



That's a funny site, tom. The difference between Bond and I, though, is that the British government pays his salary (which is presumably high six or even seven figures), while a small private high school pays mine (don't ask). I'm in the process of going back to grad school and changing careers to psychology, but even in the best case scenario of a thriving private practice, I'm unlikely to ever own more than MAYBE one luxury watch. If I had to choose now Rolex wouldn't be my first choice - it would be a Breitling, with Tag Heuer and Omega both on the radar.


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