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    $800,000 watch tells perfect time


    $800,000... I could think of a lot more to do w/ that kind of flow in my pocket

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    Re: $800,000 watch tells perfect time

    Quote Originally Posted by watchdaddy1 View Post

    $800,000... I could think of a lot more to do w/ that kind of flow in my pocket

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    Expensive...not to mention that the practically of a tourbillon on a wrist watch application is, well.... pretty much non existent, cute nontheless

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    Re: $800,000 watch tells perfect time

    I bet my $85 G-Shock keeps better time!
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    Re: $800,000 watch tells perfect time

    +1 second a day is not keeping perfect time. Any $50+ atomic watch will keep better time. Nonetheless it is remarkable.
    Time is relative.


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    Re: $800,000 watch tells perfect time

    When your retired, keeping perfect time is kinda of a waste. My week starts on Tuesday, the sound of the
    garbage trucks.
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    Re: $800,000 watch tells perfect time

    I wouldn't buy it.
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    Re: $800,000 watch tells perfect time

    Oh thank god!! I needed perfect time all the time. Right now my watch only tells perfect time 99.99995% of the time...all the time.
    Calm down.....It's just a watch....

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    Re: $800,000 watch tells perfect time

    At that price a watch should not only keep perfect time but serve me breakfast in bed.

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    Re: $800,000 watch tells perfect time

    I'll just take this one and keep the $600,000.00 change. Zenith Academy Christophe Colomb Hurricane Skeleton Rose Gold Piece Unique 45mm | eBay

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    Re: $800,000 watch tells perfect time

    In before comparison to Grand Seiko quartz
    Do something exceptionally mediocre today

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