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    Just put on a new brown leather strap on my Aqua Terra 2500

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    Maybe I havenít found the right strap but this just feels at home on the bracelet

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    The Aqua Terra and Railmaster Photo Thread

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    Even more than the white OP? I definitely think that the 39mm RM is far more comfortable on a strap but prefer the 36mm on a bracelet.

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    Some days itís one, some days the other. I have three nice watches and love all three. Sometimes itís hard to choose which one to wear. The version of the RM that you and I have is such an awesome watch; itís like a modern vintage watch, without the whole vintage revival and faux patina look. Itís a reinterpretation of the original Railmaster but with its own unique style. Itís real GADA watch that can dress up or down. Love it.
    I pulled the trigger today on a 39 MM 2503.52 and you two are responsible for that as could not take it any longer

    As said had a 39 MM RM few years ago; after reviewing some of my old pictures (below) thought will work better on my 7 1/8 inch round wrist versus the 36 MM size:








    Also had the 39 MM 2503.33 before and think fitted me well too:





    My latest AT was a 36 MM size:





    and thatís why was thinking on a 36 MM Railmaster. Feel both sizes would work for me; which size you think looks better on my 7 1/8 inch round wrist?
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    Re: The Aqua Terra and Railmaster Photo Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by fskywalker View Post
    I pulled the trigger today on a 39 MM 2503.52 and you two are responsible for that as could not take it any longer

    As said had a 39 MM RM few years ago; after reviewing some of my old pictures (below) thought will work better on my 7 1/8 inch round wrist versus the 36 MM size:








    Also had the 39 MM 2503.33 before and think fitted me well too:





    My latest AT was a 36 MM size:





    and that’s why was thinking on a 36 MM Railmaster. Feel both sizes would work for me; which size you think looks better on my 7 1/8 inch round wrist?
    Did you buy the one that came up on ELady today (and then quickly sold)?

    I think you can pull off either size. Because I’m closer to 6 3/4”, it gets easier for me to choose the 36mm RM. The 36 on the stock strap (19-16mm taper) is a little too dressy and I’ll be looking into a 19-18mm tapered strap.
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    Re: The Aqua Terra and Railmaster Photo Thread

    I'm 6'4' and 185 lbs with a 6-3/4 inch wrist, but instead of a rounded wrist I have a large, flat plane where the watch would rest and I think this makes my wrist "look" larger where watches are concerned. My series 2500 AT and RM watches are 39mm and they fit, but I feel like they pretty much max out on my wrist. Part of this is no doubt personal preference, but some might also be that these watches tend to be all (or mostly all) dial and that can make them appear larger than they actually are. The other watches I wear are a 34mm gold vintage Elgin, a 36mm Tudor Heritage, a 38mm Montblanc Heritage Chronometrie and a 40mm Halios Seaforth, which might show you that I tend to go for what most folks would today consider smaller watches. For your wrist size, I would think the band and watch combination would make a greater difference in visual impact then strictly the watch size. Regardless, I believe you are in the size where you could wear both quite easily.
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