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    Default ROLEX MENS DATEJUST 2 TONE ....no longer chic?

    Hello,
    I want to highlight my Rolex 2 Tone DateJust with Diamond dial.

    With the fashion for mens watches getting bigger.... the classic 36mm Rolex DateJust is small by modern standards. A new model of Rolex DateJust - model 116233 - has replaced the classic 16233 by growing slightly. Breitling has 42mm+ watches whilst Rolex has recently revamped the range making pieces bigger.... Patek - the Rolls Royce of the industry - also changed the classic Calatrava 3919 into a 2mm bigger piece (renumbered model - 5???).

    In my opinion DINNER PLATE SIZE WATCHES are stupid. I hope this crazy fashion ends! In the meantime there are some BARGAINS for the savy shopper who defies the crazy trends!

    I paid around US$2950- for this Classic DateJust 16233 with Factory Diamond dial! THAT IS CHEAP for a minter (80% + condition)! A Rolex Sports watch would have been much more.... I could have bought a Submariner NO-DATE 14060 for US$3000- (but it has no date!).... an Explorer II would be mid 3s.

    I love the classic look of the DateJust.... it is a true "cads" watch! (Do a google for cad if you have no ideal what it means!)

    The DateJust has long been the number 1 seller. Unfortunately the Sports Rolex range is fastly overtaking this. I hope we have a return to the classics! Like the classic Dress watch.... remember those days.... when people wanted a DRESS watch.... now they want a stupid SPORTS Watch!!!! (sorry for hating sports watches - I don't really - but I want to make my point!).

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    Default Re: ROLEX MENS DATEJUST 2 TONE ....no longer chic?

    CAD

    A man whose behavior is unprincipled or dishonorable.
    Old-fashioned, informal a man who behaves dishonourably [from caddie]
    noun (Old-fashioned), (informal) scoundrel, (slang) rat (informal) bounder Brit. (old-fashioned), (slang) cur, knave, rotter (slang), chiefly Brit. heel, scumbag (slang) churl, dastard (archaic) wrong 'un Austral. (slang)

    I USE THAT TERM IN AN AFFECTIONATE WAY!!!!

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