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    rolex pic as answer guy mikeylacroix's Avatar
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    Next up: Rolex Oysterquartz 17014

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    picked this up from dtwatches for a steal a while back
    it came RSC serviced, which alone would cost close to 1k
    we like accurate watches ya??














    its got a very 'deep dial': high raised baton markers..inky blackness...









    size comparison












    did i mentioned i dig integrated bracelets..?






    it doesn't actually 'tick'..more like a 'schick'..and hits every marker square on






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    wrist shots






    such a lovely movement

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    I like it!!!.....

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    Sorry mate, you've been "had". It's a fake. I saw on YouTube that the hands on a Rolex should sweep. A ticking hand is a dead giveaway.




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    If I was going to spend a decent chuck of change on a quartz, I would have a very hard time deciding between the Oysterquartz or a Grand Seiko quartz. A beautiful watch for sure and that movement.

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    love them - fabulous heavy watch that really wears a lot bigger than it is because of the angular case -the bracelets are solid heaven !!!Name:  quartz5.jpg
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    I always have loved that model. Those pics look great!
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    I'd love to pick one of those up just for that integrated bracelet. I may have to keep my eye out for one. A quartz movement in a Rolex also makes me happy for some reason. It just seems so unreal.

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    I dig that bracelet! Very nice.


    I have never yet done a painting of a quartz movement, but that is one that would be worth painting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry Krinkle View Post
    I dig that bracelet! Very nice.


    I have never yet done a painting of a quartz movement, but that is one that would be worth painting.
    that would be solid mate. do it!

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    Great pictures and for some reason I really like that bracelet.
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