Feb 3, 2012 11:27 AM
If anyone has any additional questions regarding the watch or would like any more pics just let me know.
yes please post more pics! =)

from backside, as pocket watch, in box, etc., etc., etc. ...
18K & FMJ
Feb 6, 2012 9:09 PM
Will try to get a few more pics up in the next few days, Sascha. Work has been extremely busy & there simply hasn't been much time...

Tony Lam
Feb 6, 2012 11:52 PM
Congrats!!!! Awesome piece!!!!
I Brennan
Feb 7, 2012 1:59 AM
An incredible amount of money and dedication to the brand. You definitely have a sickness, an O sickness...and I hope your thirst for consumption doesnt consume you. lol! Congrats.
Thom M
Feb 7, 2012 4:29 PM
I am sorry, it's a nice watch and everything, but I fail to see why it cost so much. They price it like it's a Patek or Rolex and it's just an Oakley.
Justin "Scorpion Zero" Jones
Feb 7, 2012 10:00 PM
just an Oakley
I honestly think that is the first time in the history of this website that anyone has ever said those words! To each their own.

I think it's a nice piece Terror.
paul mcj
Feb 7, 2012 10:39 PM
I have felt many times over when it comes to Oakley's watch line that I am quite happy to fall into an 'ignorance is bliss' catagory. I'm not really a watch guy, so I don't know all that much about watches. I'm just an oakley guy, and oakley makes watches. Many of those watches seem pretty cool. I don't have the knowledge of watch components and brands in order to place the value proposition of Oakley watches.

The FMJ is rediculously expensive. But it is also just something uber expensive in an expensive hobby. Besides, if I already had all the TBII variations - where else to go but for the FMJ?!
Kenny "HED" Wu
Feb 7, 2012 10:52 PM
valid point paul... it is like terror got nothing else to "invest" his money on
paul jewiss
Feb 7, 2012 11:00 PM
if it helps as a comparison today i bought an omega seamaster planet ocean 600 watch for $900 bnib!...thats 10% of the price of the FMJ......i love the FMJ but for 9K, boy thats some serious cash and in all honesty, as much as i love oakley, if i was going to spend that on a watch id spend it on a specialist watch make, but ive no need as my omega is uber nice and uber quality too......but agreed what has terrorism got left to buy!
Stanley 'True Love Hates'
Feb 8, 2012 4:49 AM
I'm with you, Paul Flipj.
But nothing against Mr. Terror, of course.
It's his God-given money, he spends it however he deems proper.
Stephen Garrett
Feb 8, 2012 5:11 AM
Personally, I've been collecting watches about as long as I've been collecting Oakleys. I don't have a lot, but I have 30-40. I certainly love the Oakley watches, but have always felt their pricing on watches was definitely overpriced. I do, however, plan to get a Hollow Point at some point, so apparently I don't feel too strongly about that view LOL!

It's a nice piece and if I have the coin to pay that for a watch, I probably would just because I love the brand so much.
Ford .
Feb 8, 2012 9:17 AM
flippj - You got a Planet Ocean for $900??!! That is a freaking BARGAIN. 42 or 45mm?

They retail for $4,500 new, so half the price of an FMJ.

EDIT: Ah yep, just saw your post in 'other latest purchase thread'.
18K & FMJ
Feb 8, 2012 10:29 AM
but I fail to see why it cost so much. They price it like it's a Patek or Rolex and it's just an Oakley.
I'm actually glad someone brought this up, because to an extent I agree: the watch is very, very expensive, and honestly it's questionable whether or not the value is commensurate with its price.

As others have stated, however, I too am an Oakley fan. I like things that are unique, and things that are Oakley. At one point in the not-too-distant past I was surfing eBay checking out Rolexes... but honestly not a sigle Rolex (especially considering the design) moved me. The movement/overall quality may be better in a Rolex, but as another O-Review member once put it: I would rather acquire the FMJ which has a unique Oakley design and still exhibits a high degree of quality than a Rolex with a "cookie-cutter design".

So rather than drop thousands on a Rolex I opted for the FMJ. Oakley design. Unique. Only 100 produced. Exclusive.

As requested, here are a few more pics. Enjoy, ladies & gentlemen:

paul jewiss
Feb 8, 2012 11:43 AM
thats a hell of a box, it makes the TB box look small, which it intself is quite big!
Feb 8, 2012 2:34 PM
really cool close ups!!! many thanks! =)))

but terror: your next purchase should be a better camera ... hope i can say this ...
James Hounslow
Feb 8, 2012 2:55 PM
Terror..... You know I like you and would never wish you harm or Ill health...But...could you write up your will to say that upon your death you'd like you entire Oakley collection to be handed to me?

Thanks :0D
paul jewiss
Feb 8, 2012 2:58 PM
ill leave you my mid circuit pack if you dont get one :)
Feb 10, 2012 11:31 PM
There's only one word I can think of for this...JEALOUS!!! Congrats!!
Jesus Hernandez
Feb 11, 2012 2:12 AM
Dam that watch is dope, congratulations that is a very special pick up and a great addition to your watch collection
Matt Hill
Feb 23, 2012 2:01 AM
Beautiful peace!! Great pick up!!
Mar 13, 2012 9:54 PM
I have been gone far too long....

Terror!! Congratulations! I am not surprised you purchased this..in fact what took so long. lol.

I am happy you have it as a part of your collection.
Thank you for sharing the unboxing and giving us detailed pics of this masterpiece.
Oakley Nerd
Apr 13, 2012 9:09 PM
i'm a little late on that thread . . .
just joined the o-review today.

DAMN dude you must be a very happy guy!!!
that's an awesome watch and it's awesome to see so many pics from that beauty.
marcel rijsdijk
Apr 14, 2012 6:03 PM
terror one question ! how does it feel on your wrist? how is it compared to the original timebomb ? also a pic on your wrist mate !
am thinking in getting one !
18K & FMJ
Apr 14, 2012 6:11 PM
Thank you again, gentlemen.

Marcel, it carries some weight due to its size. The aspect that I do like, however, is that when you flick your wrist the counterweight (kinetic generator) seems to spin incessantly. Must be due to the larger design, but it works great. The date/day indicator is also a nice touch (much like a Rolex).

marcel rijsdijk
Apr 14, 2012 6:33 PM
does it look bulky on your wrist ? a pic would be nice !

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