A quintessential Rolex for a new forum

Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by SSD, Jun 23, 2008.

  1. SSD

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    I just thought I would lead off here with a quick pic of my favorite (okay- ONLY) Rolex, the 16610 Submariner!

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    Beautiful Sub, Jamie! Welcome to the forum! :D
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    Great pic!! Its hard to beat a Sub
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    Just got this in May and already want to trade it up for a TT SUB

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    WARNING: Flipping can be dangerous. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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    How dangerous?
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    Often times people who begin flipping their Rolex can't stop... I'm a perfect example... :oops:
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    I hate to say this :eek: I didn't even get to try one on before I bought it. So after the fact I like watches with the bigger faces. That's why I have got to have me a SUB
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    You can't go wrong with a Sub! 40mm is a good size for a watch... not too big... not too small. :cool:
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    I love the watch it is a great looking watch I am just use to wearing a bigger face watch
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    I just tried on a TT Black Sub at an AD the other day. VERY NICE!!!!!!!!!!!
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    O"MAN<, your killing me :crying: I just don't want to lose to much when I flip it :banghead:
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    Most of us have a lot of experience in selling watches... ESPECIALLY CAYCE! We can pass along some advice that will help you get top dollar for your current watch. Just let us know when you're ready to make your move! :cheers:
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    That would be great :cheers: I am most likely going to try to go with him anyway :bye:
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    Same thing here. I've flipped a LOT of Rolex watches since I got my first in 1989. And lost a LOT of money on it, too. :banghead:

    With my finances, I simply often only have the flipping option to get a new Rolex. :banghead:
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    HIGHROLLER,

    Robb is quite correct, the TT Black Sub is a real eye catcher! Please allow me to whet your appetite even further with a shot of a TT Blue owned by a friend of ours... :cheers:

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