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    Robert Downey Jr. signifys how some people view their collection of fine timepieces.



    I'm sure he's just trying to be comical but we've all ran into people who own a Rolex.... cause! Trash talk Seiko, have never heard of brands like Patek Philippe, etc.
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    Re: Robert Downey Jr. signifys how some people view their collection of fine timepieces.

    Wow, I seriously never liked the guy and now I kinda hate him in an irrational way. Sure a show biz guy he's a less class than everyone else, but that doesn't even factor in here.

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    Re: Robert Downey Jr. signifys how some people view their collection of fine timepieces.

    Well that was dumb

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    Re: Robert Downey Jr. signifys how some people view their collection of fine timepieces.

    I still want an Iron-man suit though.

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    Re: Robert Downey Jr. signifys how some people view their collection of fine timepieces.

    That video's been around for awhile. Pretty sure it's not meant to be serious.
    But then again,after years of interaction on various fora I have come to realize that levity has no place in horological discussion.

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    Here's a man who doesn't take himself or his watches too seriously, which we should appreciate as there are far more pressing issues in life.

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    Re: Robert Downey Jr. signifys how some people view their collection of fine timepieces.

    3 minutes of my life I will never get back

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    He is being facetious. I was waiting for someone to comment on the Seiko remark. Facetious or not, I thought that might get a reaction.
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    Re: Robert Downey Jr. signifys how some people view their collection of fine timepieces.

    Couldn’t agree more. He’s definitely being facetious.


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    Re: Robert Downey Jr. signifys how some people view their collection of fine timepieces.

    Repost from 2016, with a lot of people roasting him about flexing a fake Speedmaster Professional.
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