argiris develegas Wrote:Do you wear a tux in the office? ;)))
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flyrobyfly36 Wrote in reply to:argiris develegas Wrote:Do you wear a tux in the office? ;)))I go to office by scooter most of the times (to avoid traffic jam) I need something to bear heavy stress :)But I don't work 24 hours a day! Although getting close :( LOL
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Bill B. Wrote in reply to:flyrobyfly36 Wrote in reply to:argiris develegas Wrote:Do you wear a tux in the office? ;)))I go to office by scooter most of the times (to avoid traffic jam) I need something to bear heavy stress :)But I don't work 24 hours a day! Although getting close :( LOLI have a hard time finding a tie. Retirement is a wonderful state of being.
I used to think it was clever to confuse comedy with tragedy. Now I wish I could distinguish them. John le Carré
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The UK Greg Wrote:Why not? With a caveat though, Thin to the point of good practicality not thin to make some pointless record. I want all watches to be durable rather than be in a movement that can flex and break, or even in such a case.Many years ago I thought 36mm watches were large then I went and bought a 3714 and it was fine, and then a 5001 but I am concerned as to where the size is going to end up and equally it's thickness. I do not want to wear a watch so thick that it's battle scars are numerous due to it's dimensions.My most commentated watch is a triple calendar moon phase 34mm diameter and not even 12 mm thickness.
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flyrobyfly36 Wrote:Do you guys wear ingenieurs with your tuxedo? :)I'm waiting for the arrival of a ultra-thin watch, some of you know, because I fell in love with it since I saw it for the first time.Its movement has 20 years of service, it widely proved its reliability already (being the rielaboration of an older caliber moreover).The watch looks very masculine although recalling its deepest (and truer) history.Thinness, as you know, it's a complication of its own, try a Romana or a Portofino of the past decades on your wrist, imagine it a little (just a little) bigger and then you'll tell me :)Once you go thin, joy starts coming in! LOLEdit: why all these worries and/or considerations about market's eventual appreciation of this model? Start saying what you wish, not what would be "good" for the Company, they know their job! LOL
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Rave Wrote:... There is no watch in the current line up which I would consider appropriate for evening dress (tuxedo). ...
What you do may not be so important, but it is very important that you do it well. (my variation of a saying by Gandhi)
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