Breitling SuperOcean SteelFish X-Plus

Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by JASONBELLEVUE, Jun 28, 2008.

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    RW16610

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    Hahaha No need to worry! I think 2-3K USD TOPS could get you a nice one used with the box and all papers. More in the 2K range, your son is very young. You have a long time to put aside for it and to give it more meaning you wear it for a while, have it fully serviced / restored before his 21 birthday and you started a huge tradition :)

    Do it! :thumbsup: :cheers:

    P.S your son can thank me later in a good few years :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
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    I'm seriously considering....

    John
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    I hope so because it is well within reach and would be so special to your son. Can you imagine the look on his face then when he gets his first "Luxury Swiss Watch" that has all that meaning :) Start looking around to get a general idea of prices but from what I seen used $2,000.00 USD should get you a Chronograph one in good shape, can not bet that if you find those deals which you will.
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    Thanks Dave and Bo. :thumbsup: :thumbsup: The Breitling is an easier watch to photograph because of the AR coating on the lens, and it actually wears like a 42mm rather than a 44mm, of which is the actual size of the watch. :cheers:
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    Got to love a nice big Breitling :D They fit way better than most people would think just looking at the measurments.