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GenTLe

Frankly a luxury watch on anyone less than 20 yo seems so pretentious (you know those damn "rich kids right?) that to me is just plain stupid

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NCRich

Title of the tread gives me willies.  Its like a pedo thread.  Keep hearing Aqualung in the background.

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TheFreckledTampon
6 minutes ago, NCRich said:

Title of the tread gives me willies.  Its like a pedo thread.  Keep hearing Aqualung in the background.

And BadApple was the first to respond...... moths to a flame..........?

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peedog

You’re making your child a target, extremely irresponsible

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RussP
5 hours ago, Mystery Shopper said:

 

Sounds a bit George Pell to me.

They might not have heard of him before.

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Genius
5 hours ago, TagMeInIt said:

Well you don’t seem keen to take others advice (which begs the question, why ask for it?!) but if you are gonna spend rep prices on a watch for a child, then why not get yourself on eBay and look out for an original gen Tag F1. They come in nice bright colours, durable as hell and a smaller size.......all for the price of a rep! 

I’ll start you off https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F143359293410

That's actually not a bad idea! Although I still think a 5 year old is gonna find a way to break a sapphire crystal so something with a plexi would be better 

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Foxindebox
2 hours ago, NCRich said:

Title of the tread gives me willies.  Its like a pedo thread.  Keep hearing Aqualung in the background.

At least it’s not “watching”.... :flash:

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Genius
BenjaminButton
Title of the tread gives me willies.


As the priest said to the choir boy.

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Glaude

Get him a damn fun watch for a 5 year old if your end goal is to interest him in nice watches, he'll be far more excited about his watch, how it works etc... rather than a rep of a luxury item that will just be another that he'll throw away because he's grown bored with it, it's a 5 year old !!

Swatch makes some very very nice watches, with fun alarms and other functions, if you want to feel more comfortable, remember that Swatch owns Rolex...

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TheFreckledTampon
21 minutes ago, Glaude said:

remember that Swatch owns Rolex...

No they don't. Do they? I thought Rolex was famously independent?

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Xpletiv

Hublot Diver 4000.

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Glaude
23 minutes ago, TheFreckledTampon said:

No they don't. Do they? I thought Rolex was famously independent?

My bad, it was Omega

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Mystery Shopper
14 hours ago, RussP said:

They might not have heard of him before.

And they won't now mate for another 3 to 5....

 

:D

 

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Jasonbaylee

Must watch this:

 

 

It is kindness to ask your 5 years old prince what he wants.

 

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FoxWilde

5 years old definitely sounds a bit too young IMHO. 

I got into watches, like many, at a young age. Just not THAT young

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ballandbiscuit

this thread should be banished to the gulag on principle. the very idea needs to burned from the neurons of the brain using modern electroshock techniques. it doesn't hurt and is a perfectly ethical treatment for such asinine pretentiousness...   NO WAY!!!

 

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