OT what non-Rolex do you sometime put on?

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OT what non-Rolex do you sometime put on?

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August 12th, 2012, 9:06 am #1

I know we all love our vintage Rolexes but I suspect a few may also enjoy a non-Rolex when nobody is looking . These may be watches that are über rare or super valuable or simply practical... Please share a photo and briefly describe it.
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May I start with a super ugly one. An Albatros that was made for the Montreal Olympic - useful for timing those races with its 1/100th sec chrono.
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August 12th, 2012, 9:38 am #2

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August 12th, 2012, 12:09 pm #3

I know we all love our vintage Rolexes but I suspect a few may also enjoy a non-Rolex when nobody is looking . These may be watches that are über rare or super valuable or simply practical... Please share a photo and briefly describe it.
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May I start with a super ugly one. An Albatros that was made for the Montreal Olympic - useful for timing those races with its 1/100th sec chrono.
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August 12th, 2012, 1:00 pm #4

I know we all love our vintage Rolexes but I suspect a few may also enjoy a non-Rolex when nobody is looking . These may be watches that are über rare or super valuable or simply practical... Please share a photo and briefly describe it.
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May I start with a super ugly one. An Albatros that was made for the Montreal Olympic - useful for timing those races with its 1/100th sec chrono.
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August 12th, 2012, 1:38 pm #5

I know we all love our vintage Rolexes but I suspect a few may also enjoy a non-Rolex when nobody is looking . These may be watches that are über rare or super valuable or simply practical... Please share a photo and briefly describe it.
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May I start with a super ugly one. An Albatros that was made for the Montreal Olympic - useful for timing those races with its 1/100th sec chrono.
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August 12th, 2012, 2:38 pm #6

I know we all love our vintage Rolexes but I suspect a few may also enjoy a non-Rolex when nobody is looking . These may be watches that are über rare or super valuable or simply practical... Please share a photo and briefly describe it.
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May I start with a super ugly one. An Albatros that was made for the Montreal Olympic - useful for timing those races with its 1/100th sec chrono.


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August 12th, 2012, 3:19 pm #7

I know we all love our vintage Rolexes but I suspect a few may also enjoy a non-Rolex when nobody is looking . These may be watches that are über rare or super valuable or simply practical... Please share a photo and briefly describe it.
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May I start with a super ugly one. An Albatros that was made for the Montreal Olympic - useful for timing those races with its 1/100th sec chrono.












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August 12th, 2012, 4:19 pm #8

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August 12th, 2012, 4:54 pm #9

I know we all love our vintage Rolexes but I suspect a few may also enjoy a non-Rolex when nobody is looking . These may be watches that are über rare or super valuable or simply practical... Please share a photo and briefly describe it.
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May I start with a super ugly one. An Albatros that was made for the Montreal Olympic - useful for timing those races with its 1/100th sec chrono.
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August 12th, 2012, 5:30 pm #10

I know we all love our vintage Rolexes but I suspect a few may also enjoy a non-Rolex when nobody is looking . These may be watches that are über rare or super valuable or simply practical... Please share a photo and briefly describe it.
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May I start with a super ugly one. An Albatros that was made for the Montreal Olympic - useful for timing those races with its 1/100th sec chrono.
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