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    The beauty of the GS “Snowflake”

    Forgive my incessant posting, but I just got it yesterday and I can’t get over it....




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    Re: The beauty of the GS “Snowflake”

    You're forgiven. From a distance, just another three-hander/date with PR. Up close you get a real feel for the incredible attention to detail and artistry. Beautiful!
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    Re: The beauty of the GS “Snowflake”

    Man, that is a beauty. I don’t think anyone will complain about seeing more photos.

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    Re: The beauty of the GS “Snowflake”

    Beautiful watch and your pics capture it well! (though I imagine it looks much better in person!) Keep the pics coming haha no need to apologize

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    Re: The beauty of the GS “Snowflake”

    Can’t say I blame you. If I get a GS the Snowflake is what I’d probably get.

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    Re: The beauty of the GS “Snowflake”

    Also, what do you use to take such close up pictures/good quality?

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    Re: The beauty of the GS “Snowflake”

    Quote Originally Posted by dangdep View Post
    Also, what do you use to take such close up pictures/good quality?
    Based on a recommendation I got here on the forums, I just bought a Xenvo lens kit (wide angle and macro) for IPhone. It’s $35, which is a bit more than others, but construction seems really solid and comes with a lifetime guarantee. These are the first pics I took w it..... works on all phones and tablets.


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    Re: The beauty of the GS “Snowflake”

    Great pics. This is one of my favorite dials ever.

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    Re: The beauty of the GS “Snowflake”

    The Snowflake is a stunning watch. Congratulations. Great photos as well. So much so that I went ahead and ordered a Xenvo lens kit for myself. Thanks for the recommendation.


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    Re: The beauty of the GS “Snowflake”

    It is quite handsome. I would love to see one in person. Congrats!
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