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  1. #1151
    Master
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    Very nice indeed; all the Oyster Perpetual are tough ,resilient, watches. Thatís the basis of their success over many decades.
    The Ďsportsí stuff is really about marketing.....I rather like the SD43, but itís no more useful in the real world than a standard, basic, OP.

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    Master Wazza's Avatar
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    The sun is out so I am wearing the Pepsi today.


  3. #1153
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    Here are my current Two. Skydweller is a new addtion last week to my 2017 Daytona.


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    Master
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    Why not?


  6. #1156
    Quote Originally Posted by nickyboyo View Post
    Parphhh to all this sports model hype, like above, this old thing has certainly been in some scrapes. Hardly Red Adair scrapes, but certainly more hazardous than most of those safe queen desk divers

    I assure you my intention is not to be pedantic or nit-pick, but the mention of Red Adair brought to mind this old Rolex advert, where his choice* of watch might surprise, in terms of being pretty far from a sports model (*I caveat this because Rolex marketing can be rather disingenuous, so there's every chance the closest it got to a fire was an Adair family BBQ):

    [IMG][/IMG]

    As already touched-upon, the point is that Rolex as a brand set their stall out early around water-resistance, accuracy, longevity and every-day, every-man use, and your Oyster Perptual Date is exactly how a Rolex should look, in my opinion: classic, classy, legible, well-used & enduring.

  7. #1157
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    Actually just sold it though and am on the wait list for a Submariner no-date (might be a long wait!)

  8. #1158
    Quote Originally Posted by Stringer View Post
    As already touched-upon, the point is that Rolex as a brand set their stall out early around water-resistance, accuracy, longevity and every-day, every-man use, and your Oyster Perptual Date is exactly how a Rolex should look, in my opinion: classic, classy, legible, well-used & enduring.
    That advert is very well known, hence my reference to the great man ;)

  9. #1159
    Quote Originally Posted by nickyboyo View Post
    That advert is very well known, hence my reference to the great man ;)
    Ah, very aptly referenced then! And a handsome Oyster Perpetual Date.

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    Out for lunch for Mrs K's birthday (and a national holiday). 'Only' 36c today!


  11. #1161
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Kenney View Post
    Out for lunch for Mrs K's birthday (and a national holiday). 'Only' 36c today!

    Love a rose gold day date!

  12. #1162
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    Just popped this on.. love the smaller lugs and lighter bracelet.. didnt realise how light it was..


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    Only one. Still regret one sale though...

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    In honor of Tiger


  15. #1165
    Quote Originally Posted by MartynJC (UK) View Post
    Had this one for a bit now. Thought Iíd add a pic to this thread. The stickers are off now!



    Martyn
    Very nice indeed


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  17. #1167
    Craftsman
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    5513, my one and only Rolex.

  18. #1168
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    Just love this one...

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