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    Rolex ended the hunt

    Thank you Rolex for finally releasing me from the never ending hunt for the next watch! Itís been more than a year and I havenít the faintest urge to buy another piece, in fact I sold everything off but the Sub and 38mm Zenith EP.

    I actually bought the Sub date initially, then in a fit of spontaneity sold it for a motorcycle to ride with my dad, then broke my leg in an accident shortly after and said F it to that Sold the motorcycle, walked/hobbled into my AD and re-bought the SubĖchose the ND this time instead, though they actually had both in stock at the time lucky me (havenít seen them around since). Couldnít be happier with my Rolex, my ability to walk, and all the free time I have back from not scouring these boards for the next piece like a freak ! Will pass this one down to the kiddos some day.

    TGIF guys!!




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    Re: Rolex ended the hunt

    Huge congratulations, mine says hi.
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    I could stop buying watches, but I'm no quitter.

    Rolex Submariner Ceramic ND 114060.
    Grand Seiko SBGN001G GMT.
    Omega Aqua Terra 8500.
    Omega Planet Ocean 8800.
    Omega Speedmaster 1863.

    Casio MRG-8100B-1AJF.
    Casio MRG-7600-1AJF.
    Casio MRG-7700-1AJF.
    Casio GMW-B5000-1ER.
    Casio GW-5000-1AJF.

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    Re: Rolex ended the hunt

    Watches are much safer than motorcycles but not on the wallet. But I guess if you're out of the game they are! Looking good! Enjoy, and stay the hell away from here if you're not trying to buy any more!

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    Re: Rolex ended the hunt

    Quote Originally Posted by HiggsBoson View Post
    Huge congratulations, mine says hi.
    Oh man that looks so fresh and so clean. Brand spankín new?


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    Re: Rolex ended the hunt

    Quote Originally Posted by numbernine View Post
    Oh man that looks so fresh and so clean. Brand spankín new?


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    It was, yes. Purchased it last October. Not so perfect now!
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    I could stop buying watches, but I'm no quitter.

    Rolex Submariner Ceramic ND 114060.
    Grand Seiko SBGN001G GMT.
    Omega Aqua Terra 8500.
    Omega Planet Ocean 8800.
    Omega Speedmaster 1863.

    Casio MRG-8100B-1AJF.
    Casio MRG-7600-1AJF.
    Casio MRG-7700-1AJF.
    Casio GMW-B5000-1ER.
    Casio GW-5000-1AJF.

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    Re: Rolex ended the hunt

    Quote Originally Posted by Temps Perdu View Post
    Watches are much safer than motorcycles but not on the wallet. But I guess if you're out of the game they are! Looking good! Enjoy, and stay the hell away from here if you're not trying to buy any more!

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    Ha yes, I leaned that lesson the hard way! Good to have two functional legs and a beautiful Rolex on the wrist and I intend to keep it that way haha.


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    Re: Rolex ended the hunt

    Itís a good thing when your hunt for the next watch is over. To some degree Rolex did that in that I stopped looking for other brands
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    Re: Rolex ended the hunt

    Congrats!
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    Re: Rolex ended the hunt

    Congrats, and how's your leg? TGIF indeed!
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    Re: Rolex ended the hunt

    Quote Originally Posted by TJ Boogie View Post
    Congrats, and how's your leg? TGIF indeed!
    Thank you! Legís pretty much 100%. Took a solid year++ and some gnarly PT to get there though, shattered it pretty bad with a lot of hardware added and then removed, so couldnít be more grateful to be back up and running.


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