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Hi Guys

Many of you will know me for my love and collection of Omega's but I just had to (at some point) delve into the world of Rolex and yesterday I picked this up from my AD:

 

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Magnificent!
 

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Hello, my name is Trainer.
I've been wanting an SD for quite a while, but I really want the solid links and improved clasp of the new GMT IIc. Besides, how many of these things, that my wife can't tell apart, one-from-the-other, can I own at one time?

At some point in time, if I have enough watches, I'll be able to realize that the time has come to quite acquiring watches.

Tempus Fugit,

Trainer
 

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Thank you to everyone for their kind remarks and congrats. A big shout out to Mr. JBHII who helped to shape my views into going down the Rolex route through his insightful reviews and wonderful pictures. Thank you John. I really do think this is only the beginning of my relationship with Rolex as the Daytona is on my wish-list too.

Kind regards

Jonathan
 

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Alright Jonathan!!!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: Congrats pal!

Glad to see the SD gracing the wrist. I'm sure you'll get as much enjoyment out of it as you do your PO's (maybe even more.... :w00t: :wink: :biggrin: ).

Enjoy!!!!! :thumbup1:
 

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Hey, congratulations JPS.

Wear it well.

I am so glad I went for the SD when I was looking.

Although I've only got one Rolex I think the SD is probably the best one to have (IMHO)
 
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