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    Finish the Year off with a BANG!!!

    So I am on the fence of which one to get myself. Looking for more of a dressier watch. I am leaning towards the Aqua Terra Teak dial but I came across a few of these Zenith pieces that look just stunning. Thoughts of which one you would consider? Always like to hear what members have to say. My wrist size floats between 7-7.25inches. The Zenith pieces are 40mm the Aqua Terra I prefer the 41.5mm.

    Here we go:

    Captain Central Second


    Captain Port Royal


    Captain Ultra Thin


    Aqua Terra


    Cheers!!!
    Last edited by picklepossy; Dec 11, 2014 at 04:13 PM.
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    Captain Central Second for me

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    Those Zenith look great, specially the ultra thin, but I find the AT more versatile and thus would be my choice.
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    Captain Central Second for me but the AT is such a good lookin' piece as well.Good luck w/ your decision.
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    It would have to be the AT for me- but why not the Opaline on a strap? Picture by Muddy 250.
    Good luck with your decision, I look forward to the wrist shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire99 View Post
    It would have to be the AT for me- but why not the Opaline on a strap? Picture by Muddy 250.
    Good luck with your decision, I look forward to the wrist shots!

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    Nothing wrong with Opaline I just prefer the Grey dial. The way the lighting hits the AR and plays with the color of the grey is sooooo nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by picklepossy View Post
    Nothing wrong with Opaline I just prefer the Grey dial. The way the lighting hits the AR and plays with the color of the grey is sooooo nice.
    Sounds like you have your answer- I can hear the excitement in your voice as we speak
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire99 View Post
    Sounds like you have your answer- I can hear the excitement in your voice as we speak
    Haha. Not yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by picklepossy View Post
    Haha. Not yet.
    Well if your leaning towards the Zenith- it would be the Captain Central for me. Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire99 View Post
    It would have to be the AT for me- but why not the Opaline on a strap? Picture by Muddy 250.
    Good luck with your decision, I look forward to the wrist shots!

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    An absolute beauty!

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