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  • #16
    You may want to decide on the size that you prefer, and your lifestyle. Like e.g, for me, every morning is mad rush, so an automatic watch will be more suitable. 6694 requires winding and imagine the stress you may encounter every day :P

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    • #17
      go for kermit!!

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      • #18
        Originally posted by vincetayy View Post
        go for kermit!!


        Kermit 16610LV is by no standards, vintage.

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        • #19
          Vintage Rolex is so nice! Wanted to buy but shop owner says better buy a new one if u dunno how to take care of it love the vintage Daytona such a timeless classic

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          • #20
            does the shop have a vintage daytona, if no then it is sales talk.

            not too sure what is meant by take care? i take care of my vintage watch the same way as my modern watch. most important is find a reliable trustworthy watch technician that you can depend on for watch servicing.

            potential buyer purchasing a vintage watch is subjected to the watch being a fraken. another potential issue is having the parts replaced when it is time to do so. this is because once rolex discontinues a model, the parts are made available for about another 10-15 years from the date is discontinued or till parts run out.

            if you have the cash for a vintage daytona, go for it after doing due diligence prior to buying.


            Originally posted by Josephlhc94 View Post
            Vintage Rolex is so nice! Wanted to buy but shop owner says better buy a new one if u dunno how to take care of it love the vintage Daytona such a timeless classic
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            • #21
              1603 Datejust!

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              • #22
                Vintage Rolex

                6694 is a good choice! A hardworking manual winding "workhorse"
                Very tough and lasting movement
                A well n worth keeping 👍👍👍

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by berdsc View Post
                  Any recommendation for Rolex Vintage?
                  I was thinking of 6694? Which is the 1st model of Rolex?
                  u can try some vintage shop like t''p H''r

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                  • #24
                    Rolex DJ 16234 was my first rolex. Since then it started my R journey.
                    attached is a Vintage 1603 and is still affordable.
                    Attached Files

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                    • #25
                      My 6694 in pitch black leather. IMG_20190903_170441.jpg

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                      • #26
                        A good condition vintage Rolex is a good bargain.

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                        • #27
                          Beautiful
                          The Crown Of Achievement

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