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    Couple more shots to help make up your mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheshire Mark View Post
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    I traded for my PO LM LE sight unseen in May of 2010 and never looked back. Best watch decision I ever made.

    Go for it!
    When I originally got my PO, I took a look at the LM and dismissed it. Too compromised, I thought. Lacking the rugged, toolish character of the standard model. Not really a proper diver and a lot more money to boot. I warmed to it over the years when, of course, it was too late.
    Then, when one fell into my lap, I traded across (I won't say "up") and I've had it for a few months now. In that time the days that it ends up on my wrist beat the old one by, I'd guess, about five to one.
    I remember that I often didn't pick up my standard one because it had a slightly too (and you'll note the cut 'n' pastes here) rugged, toolish character and felt like a proper diver. In the Summer, with shorts and flip flops and a light sprinkling of chorine/salt, it felt perfect but, for the rest of the time, I found that I was going for the AT or Speedy.
    I miss the old one and, when the summer comes again, I might miss it even more but I'm getting far more pleasure (and wear) from the LM right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryF View Post
    When I originally got my PO, I took a look at the LM and dismissed it. Too compromised, I thought. Lacking the rugged, toolish character of the standard model. Not really a proper diver and a lot more money to boot. I warmed to it over the years when, of course, it was too late.
    Then, when one fell into my lap, I traded across (I won't say "up") and I've had it for a few months now. In that time the days that it ends up on my wrist beat the old one by, I'd guess, about five to one.
    I remember that I often didn't pick up my standard one because it had a slightly too (and you'll note the cut 'n' pastes here) rugged, toolish character and felt like a proper diver. In the Summer, with shorts and flip flops and a light sprinkling of chorine/salt, it felt perfect but, for the rest of the time, I found that I was going for the AT or Speedy.
    I miss the old one and, when the summer comes again, I might miss it even more but I'm getting far more pleasure (and wear) from the LM right now.
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    That's a great shot of it. I've not had the bracelet sized on my LM... still. And still wearing original every day. But damn, that does look good. I'm telling myself I shouldn't have both, but!!!!!!! Be a good experiment to size the bracelet myself bearing in mind when I got my old PO new from jewellers in 2008 they marked the top link.... Pity I've not got the first clue how to though

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    So i requested more pics of the PO LE LM and it turns out the one for sale on watchfinder is the one I had the chance to buy before the summer for 3k its number 175 and in great condition. Its going to cost me my PO 42mm (2007) plus 1800 which works out a few hundred more than what I could have got it for then let it slip past which I have regretted ever since but my mind is telling me to buy a BNIB 8500 for 2800 but my hear is for the LM .... I need to make up my mind tonight, Im going to try a 8500 on tomorrow then make my mind up from there

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    Quote Originally Posted by UlsterRugby View Post
    So i requested more pics of the PO LE LM and it turns out the one for sale on watchfinder is the one I had the chance to buy before the summer for 3k its number 175 and in great condition. Its going to cost me my PO 42mm (2007) plus 1800 which works out a few hundred more than what I could have got it for then let it slip past which I have regretted ever since but my mind is telling me to buy a BNIB 8500 for 2800 but my hear is for the LM .... I need to make up my mind tonight, Im going to try a 8500 on tomorrow then make my mind up from there
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    One including mesh listed on TRF yesterday.

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    I'm not surprised he's selling it after putting it on the mesh strap! (where is the vomit smilie when you want it? )

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    Quote Originally Posted by UlsterRugby View Post
    So i requested more pics of the PO LE LM and it turns out the one for sale on watchfinder is the one I had the chance to buy before the summer for 3k its number 175 and in great condition. Its going to cost me my PO 42mm (2007) plus 1800 which works out a few hundred more than what I could have got it for then let it slip past which I have regretted ever since but my mind is telling me to buy a BNIB 8500 for 2800 but my hear is for the LM .... I need to make up my mind tonight, Im going to try a 8500 on tomorrow then make my mind up from there
    Who had it then, and where did they get it from if it's the same watch?

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    I haven't been on here for months until last week. I never realised you owned the POLMLE Gary. Certainly looks good on your wrist fella. Hope all is well with you also.

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryF View Post
    When I originally got my PO, I took a look at the LM and dismissed it. Too compromised, I thought. Lacking the rugged, toolish character of the standard model. Not really a proper diver and a lot more money to boot. I warmed to it over the years when, of course, it was too late.
    Then, when one fell into my lap, I traded across (I won't say "up") and I've had it for a few months now. In that time the days that it ends up on my wrist beat the old one by, I'd guess, about five to one.
    I remember that I often didn't pick up my standard one because it had a slightly too (and you'll note the cut 'n' pastes here) rugged, toolish character and felt like a proper diver. In the Summer, with shorts and flip flops and a light sprinkling of chorine/salt, it felt perfect but, for the rest of the time, I found that I was going for the AT or Speedy.
    I miss the old one and, when the summer comes again, I might miss it even more but I'm getting far more pleasure (and wear) from the LM right now.
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