Diamond studded bezels on Rolex watches

Lol! Good one.

I really don’t think anyone could say this is ostentatious:

It’s as understated as a decent watch could possibly be.

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You’ve no way of knowing if people who buy mega expensive watches do or do not donate to charity.

Although this is not true with regards to Ronaldo. A quick Google will show he gives millions to charity.

With regards to getting into debt. I’m sure a lot of people get into debt buying Naim equipment. :smiley:

It’s a generalisation, so without getting drawn in to specifics, these sorts of topics are always going to be polarising and circular.

Just don’t assume you can actually buy a new one.

It’s not a generalisation, it’s an assumption.

I don’t think that can be said about any watch on a bracelet. A strap is IMO much more subdued than a bracelet, which immediately makes it more noticeable and “sporty” looking.

I think “as subdued as possible” or “as understated as … could be” would surely be a dresswatch?

BTW, that’s not criticism of watches on bracelets, I’m wearing one (not a Rolex) myself right now. I’m only saying they’re less subdued than other types in my opinion.

Jeez time to delete this thread as well methinks🤔

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I can say that if you want; It is ostentatious :wink:

One could probably buy one on board this .

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Another view of Hell, for me…give me a skiff.

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You’re not allowed to transport sheep in conditions like that.

But it’s full of sheep!

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I am going to buck this new age sensitivity hungry halibut is now displaying and state my heartfelt opinion: that ship is an abomination.

Neatly described as a ‘human lasagne’ although regrettably I know not by whom.

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I’m getting a bit worried.

I can’t find mine.

They must have used every colour going and then some.

DG…

If going on the “Icon of the Seas” was the only holiday option in the world I am certain I would rather stay at home!!

Thinking about watches generally, either with or without diamonds, I just wonder how many younger people actually wear watches these days. I am of a certain age (an old f*rt) and the first think I put on in the morning is my trusty Omega Seamaster. All the folks I know who are younger now seem to be without watches and use their phones to find the time. Time for a diamond encrusted iPhone perhaps??

So called fitness watches are the in thing, but I often see people cursing the battery life.
And, within a few generations of purchases, they’ve spent enough to have bought a ‘nice’ watch.

I could live with this

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