So there's a new member of the Day-Date club...

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So there's a new member of the Day-Date club...

Joined: May 7th, 2006, 5:02 pm

November 6th, 2011, 9:00 pm #1

...me...



Acquired this beautiful WG DD a few weeks ago and have worn it at some point everyday since...



...really loving the monochromatic silver glow, the clean lines of the dial/hands layout and the Rail alignment of the SCOC text on this 3.3mil early 70s 1803...



As well as being my first Prez, this is also my first white gold watch and I can absolutely see the appeal in its stealthy elegance, like a sly secret you wear on your wrist. It's also one of the most accurate mechanical Rolex's I've ever owned...



I'll be hunting a matching President bracelet in future but for now, this classy Rolex classic is getting plenty of wrist time on a strap...




Best,
T.

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Joined: September 7th, 2005, 6:42 am

November 6th, 2011, 9:10 pm #2

And all your photos always look outstanding!
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Joined: July 31st, 2006, 5:04 am

November 6th, 2011, 9:17 pm #3

...me...



Acquired this beautiful WG DD a few weeks ago and have worn it at some point everyday since...



...really loving the monochromatic silver glow, the clean lines of the dial/hands layout and the Rail alignment of the SCOC text on this 3.3mil early 70s 1803...



As well as being my first Prez, this is also my first white gold watch and I can absolutely see the appeal in its stealthy elegance, like a sly secret you wear on your wrist. It's also one of the most accurate mechanical Rolex's I've ever owned...



I'll be hunting a matching President bracelet in future but for now, this classy Rolex classic is getting plenty of wrist time on a strap...




Best,
T.
Looks beautiful, I would leave it be on the strap
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Joined: January 4th, 2008, 2:49 pm

November 6th, 2011, 9:17 pm #4

...me...



Acquired this beautiful WG DD a few weeks ago and have worn it at some point everyday since...



...really loving the monochromatic silver glow, the clean lines of the dial/hands layout and the Rail alignment of the SCOC text on this 3.3mil early 70s 1803...



As well as being my first Prez, this is also my first white gold watch and I can absolutely see the appeal in its stealthy elegance, like a sly secret you wear on your wrist. It's also one of the most accurate mechanical Rolex's I've ever owned...



I'll be hunting a matching President bracelet in future but for now, this classy Rolex classic is getting plenty of wrist time on a strap...




Best,
T.
I need to get me a DD soon!

Ross
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Joined: October 4th, 2006, 9:33 pm

November 6th, 2011, 9:45 pm #5

...me...



Acquired this beautiful WG DD a few weeks ago and have worn it at some point everyday since...



...really loving the monochromatic silver glow, the clean lines of the dial/hands layout and the Rail alignment of the SCOC text on this 3.3mil early 70s 1803...



As well as being my first Prez, this is also my first white gold watch and I can absolutely see the appeal in its stealthy elegance, like a sly secret you wear on your wrist. It's also one of the most accurate mechanical Rolex's I've ever owned...



I'll be hunting a matching President bracelet in future but for now, this classy Rolex classic is getting plenty of wrist time on a strap...




Best,
T.
have to say, your wristshot looks stunning!

Congrates & real pitty i missed you in NY!

rg.Philipp
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Joined: January 10th, 2007, 1:19 pm

November 6th, 2011, 10:02 pm #6

...me...



Acquired this beautiful WG DD a few weeks ago and have worn it at some point everyday since...



...really loving the monochromatic silver glow, the clean lines of the dial/hands layout and the Rail alignment of the SCOC text on this 3.3mil early 70s 1803...



As well as being my first Prez, this is also my first white gold watch and I can absolutely see the appeal in its stealthy elegance, like a sly secret you wear on your wrist. It's also one of the most accurate mechanical Rolex's I've ever owned...



I'll be hunting a matching President bracelet in future but for now, this classy Rolex classic is getting plenty of wrist time on a strap...




Best,
T.
Always fantastic in WG. The dial is super sharp!

My warmest congratulations and wear in good health!

Jan
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Joined: July 25th, 2010, 6:16 am

November 6th, 2011, 10:08 pm #7

...me...



Acquired this beautiful WG DD a few weeks ago and have worn it at some point everyday since...



...really loving the monochromatic silver glow, the clean lines of the dial/hands layout and the Rail alignment of the SCOC text on this 3.3mil early 70s 1803...



As well as being my first Prez, this is also my first white gold watch and I can absolutely see the appeal in its stealthy elegance, like a sly secret you wear on your wrist. It's also one of the most accurate mechanical Rolex's I've ever owned...



I'll be hunting a matching President bracelet in future but for now, this classy Rolex classic is getting plenty of wrist time on a strap...




Best,
T.
Beautiful piece; especially the rail feature! Have a whole bunch of these babies, but not a single one with a rail dial. Your good taste is shining through. Enjoy!!!
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Joined: October 13th, 2008, 7:42 pm

November 6th, 2011, 10:27 pm #8

...me...



Acquired this beautiful WG DD a few weeks ago and have worn it at some point everyday since...



...really loving the monochromatic silver glow, the clean lines of the dial/hands layout and the Rail alignment of the SCOC text on this 3.3mil early 70s 1803...



As well as being my first Prez, this is also my first white gold watch and I can absolutely see the appeal in its stealthy elegance, like a sly secret you wear on your wrist. It's also one of the most accurate mechanical Rolex's I've ever owned...



I'll be hunting a matching President bracelet in future but for now, this classy Rolex classic is getting plenty of wrist time on a strap...




Best,
T.
Now that's a nice DD Tom enjoy it
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Joined: February 16th, 2006, 10:14 pm

November 6th, 2011, 10:38 pm #9

...me...



Acquired this beautiful WG DD a few weeks ago and have worn it at some point everyday since...



...really loving the monochromatic silver glow, the clean lines of the dial/hands layout and the Rail alignment of the SCOC text on this 3.3mil early 70s 1803...



As well as being my first Prez, this is also my first white gold watch and I can absolutely see the appeal in its stealthy elegance, like a sly secret you wear on your wrist. It's also one of the most accurate mechanical Rolex's I've ever owned...



I'll be hunting a matching President bracelet in future but for now, this classy Rolex classic is getting plenty of wrist time on a strap...




Best,
T.
NOS or polished???
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Joined: January 1st, 1970, 12:00 am

November 6th, 2011, 10:55 pm #10

...me...



Acquired this beautiful WG DD a few weeks ago and have worn it at some point everyday since...



...really loving the monochromatic silver glow, the clean lines of the dial/hands layout and the Rail alignment of the SCOC text on this 3.3mil early 70s 1803...



As well as being my first Prez, this is also my first white gold watch and I can absolutely see the appeal in its stealthy elegance, like a sly secret you wear on your wrist. It's also one of the most accurate mechanical Rolex's I've ever owned...



I'll be hunting a matching President bracelet in future but for now, this classy Rolex classic is getting plenty of wrist time on a strap...




Best,
T.
That's a real beauty Tom.

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