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    Porous Membrane skywatch's Avatar
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    Bathys 100 Fathoms.

    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Still in Munich with the SOH.

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    Mate has returned from Spain, so we planned a guys night out. Burgers, beer and hockey is a nice combination, today vs. .








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    Still in St. Louis, grabbing a latte and a bagel at the Meshuggah Cafe on the Loop near Wash U.






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    Afternoon change to my Ebel Discovery for my daughter’s jazz band concert



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    Cleaning up after being covered in sunblock all day.



    Wife still really enjoying the watch, she has worn it everyday since I gave it to her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyscrappyheropup View Post
    Cleaning up after being covered in sunblock all day.



    Wife still really enjoying the watch, she has worn it everyday since I gave it to her.
    As would I…gorgeous!

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    Between having a baby, and not being very excited about many of the releases of late, I’ve kinda stepped back from watches, lately. All that changed a few days ago when my wife told me she wants to get me a “keeper” for Father’s Day. I researched the few models I’ve been interested in, only one was available to see in person, and while it might seem that would make for an easy decision, we all know finding a true keeper is often no easy task. Well, this choice was easy! The asymmetrical case, short contoured lugs, and thinner profile makes the advertised 42mm wear like a very reasonable 40. The bracelet is absolutely exquisite, rivaling even the X-71 in comfort. The dial, hands, bezel, etc. harken back to arguably the best iterations of this storied piece. And the movement nails the balance, honoring both heritage and innovation. IMO, Omega got all the things right all at once with the 3861!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ctimrun View Post
    Between having a baby, and not being very excited about many of the releases of late, I’ve kinda stepped back from watches, lately. All that changed a few days ago when my wife told me she wants to get me a “keeper” for Father’s Day. I researched the few models I’ve been interested in, only one was available to see in person, and while it might seem that would make for an easy decision, we all know finding a true keeper is often no easy task. Well, this choice was easy! The asymmetrical case, short contoured lugs, and thinner profile makes the advertised 42mm wear like a very reasonable 40. The bracelet is absolutely exquisite, rivaling even the X-71 in comfort. The dial, hands, bezel, etc. harken back to arguably the best iterations of this storied piece. And the movement nails the balance, honoring both heritage and innovation. IMO, Omega got all the things right all at once with the 3861!

    Congrats on the new arrival, I think you and @gnuyork have the only two on the forum so far.

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