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New Rolex?

I'm thinking about getting a new watch and I'm leaning towards a Rolex. A steel and gold watch with a dark dial. A friend of mine recently got the Rolex Oyster Precision Submariner Chronometer Stainless Steel Watch. You can search it on Amazon. It has a steel band and a dark dial. 40mm, scratch resistant sapphire crystal.

Needless to say I want to one-up him.

I'm thinking about the Black Submariner Oyster Bracelet Mens Watch 116613-BKSO, which is very similar except that it is made of steel AND gold.

What kind of watches do you wear/What are some other nice alternatives to Rolex?

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I'm thinking about getting a new watch and I'm leaning towards a Rolex. A steel and gold watch with a dark dial. A friend of mine recently got the Rolex Oyster Precision Submariner Chronometer Stainless Steel Watch. You can search it on Amazon. It has a steel band and a dark dial. 40mm, scratch resistant sapphire crystal.

Needless to say I want to one-up him.

I'm thinking about the Black Submariner Oyster Bracelet Mens Watch 116613-BKSO, which is very similar except that it is made of steel AND gold.

What kind of watches do you wear/What are some other nice alternatives to Rolex?

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I'm thinking about getting a new watch and I'm leaning towards a Rolex. A steel and gold watch with a dark dial. A friend of mine recently got the Rolex Oyster Precision Submariner Chronometer Stainless Steel Watch. You can search it on Amazon. It has a steel band and a dark dial. 40mm, scratch resistant sapphire crystal.

Needless to say I want to one-up him.

I'm thinking about the Black Submariner Oyster Bracelet Mens Watch 116613-BKSO, which is very similar except that it is made of steel AND gold.

What kind of watches do you wear/What are some other nice alternatives to Rolex?

I'm a huge watch freak.

I have a stainless Explorer 2 , which never comes off my wrist, and a gold oyster perpetual with a black dial and arabic numerals, that I never wear. My wife has a gold Pearlmaster. Neither, of the 3 keeps accurate time, but they are great looking watches.

I also like the IWC Big Pilot and Anonimo watches. Rolexes don't get much larger than 40 mm, so if you like big watches you have to look elsewhere.

PM me when you are ready to buy. My friend owns a watch store in Dana Point CA

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I'm a huge fan the Iwc portuguese models - such a classic watch.

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I love my Oceanus watch. Probably more accurate than a Rolex (with a little help from Fort Collins).

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I'm thinking about getting a new watch and I'm leaning towards a Rolex. A steel and gold watch with a dark dial. A friend of mine recently got the Rolex Oyster Precision Submariner Chronometer Stainless Steel Watch. You can search it on Amazon. It has a steel band and a dark dial. 40mm, scratch resistant sapphire crystal.

Needless to say I want to one-up him.

I'm thinking about the Black Submariner Oyster Bracelet Mens Watch 116613-BKSO, which is very similar except that it is made of steel AND gold.

What kind of watches do you wear/What are some other nice alternatives to Rolex?


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I have to admit, I never understood the appeal of watches and especially not now with cell phones. If anything the best times I can recall in my life is when I had no clue what time it was.
It is not even a good status symbol IMO because you already have to know the person for them to even notice, or have some strange watch fetish like some of you here.
I can't imagine most women outside of pro gold diggers would even know a Rolex without it being mentioned.


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well i have a two tone submairner with the blue face that i never wear its a heavy watch and after the honeymoon phase i didnt like it as much anymore,if that helps in your decision...sharky

not worth the $9500 i spent,since i bought it ive seen alot of cooler watches for half the price

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