My Martin pulli trip from today
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    My Martin pulli trip from today

    Firstly, he's a great guy, and if anyone is interested in getting a unique, incredible watch from someone who will take the time with you, he's the person to go to.

    He carries RGM, ball, Chronoswiss, meistersinger, ressence, muhle Glashütte, sarpaneva, bremont, habring2, and a few others.

    Here are some photos
    Glashütte Senator Sixties Panodate Green
    Rolex Milgauss Z Blue
    Triton Subphotique blue
    Sinn U1 T
    Casio G-Shock full metal steel

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    Re: My Martin pulli trip from today

    Cool pics and thanks for sharing. I like going to Manayunk with the wife and spending the day. I've always wanted to go to Pulli's and check out the H2's. From your posts, you seem to hit all the watch stores in the tri-state area... I'm jealous.

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    Re: My Martin pulli trip from today

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffreyt View Post
    Cool pics and thanks for sharing. I like going to Manayunk with the wife and spending the day. I've always wanted to go to Pulli's and check out the H2's. From your posts, you seem to hit all the watch stores in the tri-state area... I'm jealous.

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    Rolex Milgauss Z Blue
    Triton Subphotique blue
    Sinn U1 T
    Casio G-Shock full metal steel

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    Re: My Martin pulli trip from today

    Excellent post and pics!
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    Re: My Martin pulli trip from today

    Thanks for sharing. Do like the little Habring² and the other Habring's in your last pic.
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    Re: My Martin pulli trip from today

    Quote Originally Posted by NC_Hager626 View Post
    Thanks for sharing. Do like the little Habring² and the other Habring's in your last pic.
    I was trying to get out to my car, I got out there 5 minutes late and had a ticket, so I was rushing a bit out of his store. I didn't try on the habrings. They are tall watches, but they look pretty great. The one that I took a picture of is bronze with a lacquered brass dial.

    Interestingly, because these Brands he carries are micro in their own more expensive ways, he actually has working relationships with habring and sarpaneva, particularly with habring where he's actually designing watches with them. Is that not cool?

    With sarpaneva he has worked with them too have certain dial colors and because they make so few of them, 20 plus a year of certain models, making one or two of a certain dial color is par for the course.
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    Glashütte Senator Sixties Panodate Green
    Rolex Milgauss Z Blue
    Triton Subphotique blue
    Sinn U1 T
    Casio G-Shock full metal steel

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    Re: My Martin pulli trip from today

    Great pictures of some very unique watches.

    Nice post.
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