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    Quote Originally Posted by Cybotron View Post
    Got that Richard Mille vibe.

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    This one reminds me more of one of the Corum Golden Bridge models:

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  2. #62
    Quote Originally Posted by Cybotron View Post
    Chopard is such an underrated brand.

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    Absolutely beautiful movement, but I'm not sure what's wrong with that front ........

    The 'automatic' is completely superfluous , the date window doesn't 'go' and spoils the subdial look, the railway track in 'unecessary' and/or the 5minute batons are too inboard.

    I'll stop at four 'problems' ... it's just too.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cybotron View Post
    A lot going on with this one. It's over 45mm also.

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    I like that, even if itís over a centimetre over my sweet spot
    Those sweeping scrolls of placenames are great fun

    Reminds me a bit of this Poljot worldtimer (which itself looked like the offspring of a roulette wheel and a shipís engine telegraph
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  6. #64
    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously View Post
    Absolutely beautiful movement, but I'm not sure what's wrong with that front ........

    The 'automatic' is completely superfluous , the date window doesn't 'go' and spoils the subdial look, the railway track in 'unecessary' and/or the 5minute batons are too inboard.

    I'll stop at four 'problems' ... it's just too.....
    Agreed. The railway track pushes the sub-seconds too far into the dial, making it disproportionately large Vs the guilloche. So close, yet so far.

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    North, south, east, west on the bezel?

    What's with the directions? Can't find the compass needle. And the hour markers are indeed crazy to me.

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    Cheers, M

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fantasio View Post
    And the hour markers are indeed crazy to me.
    Well, the 1, 4, 7 & 10 are in their right places; so not that crazy, just a little disturbed.
    Some people have opinions - The rest of us have taste.

  12. #68
    Quote Originally Posted by Fantasio View Post
    North, south, east, west on the bezel?

    What's with the directions? Can't find the compass needle. And the hour markers are indeed crazy to me.
    Well that is why the watch is called crazy hours.

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    Cheers,

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cybotron View Post
    Yeah, I’m into it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cybotron View Post

    I'd really like that if it didn't have a date at 4:30...

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