What is the cloth strap on the middle? I'm looking for one like it.
Hope this help.What is the cloth strap on the middle? I'm looking for one like it.
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To a degree, I feel like a diver is a diver is a diver — I like the purpose, I happen to have an iconic model (SKX009), but by their nature of being built-to-spec, they have a similar look and feel.You dont like divers?
i wont consider the green horse like a DJ. Maybe closer to an OP.
but both appear to be well designed and well made watches. Not as attention-grabbing as a diastar though.
I beg to disagree. Nowhere did the thread ask for people to publish the acquisition cost. So heretofore no values ought to have been posted. Some have and no judgment is made. To date, no one still knows (apart from me), the actual cost of the trio I posted. This is a free forum and we are free to do as we please under the rules.I'd like to lend my support to ChuckSchilling who previously commented on the crassness of this thread, beginning with the way it's framed. Clod-handed attempts to gentrify itself - viz. "acquisition cost" (trans. "how much I paid") - can't save it. What a mess.
To channel Oscar Wilde: "A true gentleman has no idea how much his watches cost." That of course is an ideal state that we of the petit bourgeoisie can only dream of. The price we pay to buy a watch matters to most because we live within finite means. Obviously. For some the means are more or less finite for others. Also, obviously. Looking forward to a thread inviting WIS to post portfolio summaries, pay stubs and welfare receipts.
Previous and recurrent threads that have looked at this matter in more abstract terms can be interesting reads (for instance, when the lead question is framed as 'What percentage of your income/net worth is used to buy watches?'). Even then, it skirts close to what ought to remain private. The current thread, instead, has so far showcased a guileless lack of the very thing lingo like "acquisition cost" tries to portray: deportment.