wow, really great pictures! i was just pm'ing another member about this... there are really some serious collections represented on this board that are very under the radar amidst all the threads about the latest gossip, pathfinders, or battery life questions. until a thread like this!
your stacked photo is very intriguing. let me disclaim i've never even seen a frog of any model in real life. so am i mistaken or is the 8200 actually longer than the atomic frog? or or not longer, it looks like it would fit to an even larger wrist based on the curves of the strap, though it might wear smaller.
the atomic frog's buttons are singing to me.
"It is easier to discover a deficiency in individuals, in states, and in providence, than to see their real import or value." - HEGEL
*SBBN019 and SBBN011 shrouded divers*
The Spring Drive Landmaster SBDB003 -- My Apollo 17 Speedy Pro -- Shout-out to Konrad Damasko!
Airwolf and Chronomaster hangin' out -- NATO nuts with DC66 and SBDX001 -- Two deadly Sinns
Great collection. There's always room for an Orange Monster.
Dang!! I would say you may be the king of Frogs! That new Frog is HOT!!! You are a lucky man, I would say that probably less then 100 people in the whole world owns one of these beauties!!
Experience is what you end up with when you didn't get what you wanted.
I would say that you're probably wrong on both counts.
incredible collection azzi!
Fantastic collection! Thats whole lot more than my measly 5 Frogs
Couple of watches here and there
Here are a side by side shots with a 200 series and then an 8200 series....
Nice to see another serious frog collector. Congrats!
Audemars Piguet x1
Glashutte Original x1
Jauet Droz x1
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