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Had a meal with the local brand manager of Hamilton and she brought me the prototype Hamilton 2012 Limited Edition Khaki Navy Pioneer. Photographed the watch at the restaurant itself - trying out the new 5D Mark 3 with 100L. I have not published any of the images yet but thought this one is worth sharing on this thread - especially with the Americans who can associate with the Hamilton brand - which was once wholly American brand before it became Swiss.

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Just published a blog post on this watch. For those interested in this watch CLICK HEREexternal link.

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I took this shot of my Omega the other day, with the rented 400mm f/5.6L. My daughter looked at it and said "the bokeh is stealing my soul". NOt sure what that means, exactly, but she did seem to like the shot:

IMAGE: http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7078/7107053799_36f6ceff5c_c.jpg

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here's my new Seiko port-5 Auto

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BreitlingFan wrote in post #14279059external link
Oh, man, I owned that very watch. I gave it to my brother for his 50th birthday back in 2009.

I wear a Planet Ocean now, which is my grail...


It wouldn't happen to be the blue PO liquidmetal would it? I really like the way those stand out.

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:cool: reminds me of a IWC watch setting...

Post #440, Apr 25, 2012 20:53:19


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My new tritium watch with tritium key chain and G23 with about 8 year old truglo TFO (tritium fiber optics)

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Bronze or brass cased watches are relative rare even though not new. They have been around for some years but until recently, they had not caught on. This is a collage of a very little known brand from New Zealand.

(EDITED THE IMAGE to put in a link instead to comply with forum rules on size. Completely overlooked it earlier)

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Post #443, May 29, 2012 02:10:16 as a reply to kwando's post 4 hours earlier.


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why are iwc watches so darn expensive?

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c2thew wrote in post #14532840external link
why are iwc watches so darn expensive?

All luxury watches have gone through a process of inflation of their retail prices. It is to meet up with the demand with the current supply. Cash flushed economies like China caused much of the problems of price hikes.

Also, to an extent - Richemont Group that owns IWC (like all luxury groups) have the policy of increasing their prices annually. Prices will continue to rise as demand has not let up. It will do so until the demand for luxury watches level out.

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this thread makes me want to do two things: go shoot my watches & go buy some more watches :lol:

Post #446, Jul 20, 2012 09:49:01


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time to go watch shopping!

Post #447, Jul 26, 2012 00:39:33


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anyone ever hear of seagull watches?
http://usseagull.com/i​ndex.aspexternal link

they look pretty sweet, though i know they aren't catered to the upper level watches as featured by canonised.

other watches that i've been looking at
-bulova automatic: http://www.amazon.com ...-Exhibition/dp/B0018AJI​P4external link
-skagen: actually have one in the mail since i love the idea of a slim profile watch. (i'll post picts when it arrives)
-suunto vector
-casio pathfinder
-citizen eco-drive (eli manning sponsored): not a watch that i plan on purchasing right now, but maybe in the distant future.

any other recommendations would be appreciated!

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Any Seiko fans out there? Here's the newest addition to the family.

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Post #449, Jul 30, 2012 00:36:54


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That picture is AWESOME!

Post #450, Jul 30, 2012 01:43:31


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