Jeanff

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About Jeanff

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  • Birthday 05/05/1980

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    Laurentians, Canada
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    Cigars, red wine, spirits, flyfishing, hiking & hunting

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  1. My wife actually doesn't like her mother either so she doesn't see her often and typically goes by herself. She gets it. In exchange, my father doesn't have my wife's contact info. Fair deal 🤣
  2. I think the Perfect Draw provides the best result by screwing in, then pulling out 😂
  3. cigars is a hobby best accompanied by patience. As noted already, moisture changes within a cigar takes longer than it takes the air in a humidor to shift. Best of luck!
  4. ... Everybody had tried to tell him he shouldn't try and cook in his hotel room, we all tried to tell him not to leave the shower bonnet over the smoke detector....
  5. Thanks for the offer but I eventually smoked/gifted trough the lot. I'll know who to contact next time
  6. I aged the early production Picadores I bought five years to check whether they would come into their own and I must say, decent cigars but too mild for me. Cheers!
  7. Thanks for offering ZigZauer, nice timepieces, just not what I'm looking for right now. Cheers!
  8. Awesome! Not being too flashy is actually an important selection criteria for me Thank you all for your suggestions, I did take the time to look up current catalogues for all the suggested manufacturers, the options are endless. Glad I could count on this great community to educate me a bit on this subject. I visited my local independent shop and he deals with the brand, will see what price he can propose but he seemed confident on a deal. I will likely go with the 41mm, seems the best size for me when trying on a similar model in both sizes. Cheers!
  9. Thanks for the suggestion Fuzz, I may have found a fitting candidate 😅 Your opinions are welcome!
  10. I like the Glycine Combat 6 Classic 43, not too expensive as well, will look into it, Thanks for the suggestion! Quite a challenge to select a brand/model, seems most which catch my eye are automatic watches... will have to ponder. To the regular users of automatic watches out there, how practical are they for daily use? What would be the benefits/drawbacks associated with automatics?
  11. Nice but not rugged enough. Goldilock issues 😅
  12. I like the Ball Roadmaster Icebreaker and Roadmaster Skipper, Trainmaster Manufacture 80 hours, Fireman Victory, no crown guards though,... Mido are almost all automatic models Certina are nice, the DS Action Day-Date seems interesting Thanks for the suggestions!
  13. The Mühle-Glashütte 29er Casual with a metal bracelet would be interesting The Tutima Aero Club Blue seems interesting, just no crown guards...
  14. Will look into these manufacturers. I am still educating myself about what is available out there so learning curve Looking to buy something that will work for me, reliable, not to be resold. I am open to pre-owned, ideally metal bracelet for wear resistance. Minimal functions including time/date but open to more. It can be quartz, bezel don't need to rotate. I'm old fashion-ish, into dependable tools My long term daily is a quartz Bulova rectangular blue bezel piece which has been dependable but not water proof
  15. I have an automatic vintage Tudor which I barely wear, would prefer quartz or solar quartz

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