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    Blacked out Citizen -

    picked this up today - first black watch for me - was never sure about all black but this kinda works and not at a price that could give one regrets - Name:  blackhawkxx copy.jpg
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    I only have one black watch: Seiko Sportura chrono. Actualy, the watch looks better on the wrist than I expected. I know: in the end, it will fade/ scratch/...but so will I. Eventually.

    Nice catch, Peter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CFR View Post
    I only have one black watch: Seiko Sportura chrono. Actualy, the watch looks better on the wrist than I expected. I know: in the end, it will fade/ scratch/...but so will I. Eventually.

    Nice catch, Peter!
    thankyou and dare i say C - you mean your battery will run out !!!

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    I like it. Have been debating an all black something as well, and yours certainly looks great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokie View Post
    I like it. Have been debating an all black something as well, and yours certainly looks great.
    thankyou Nokie -i have the Blue angels in titanium -so i didnt need another similar so too speak - so the black seemed a good alternative - obviously this steel one is considerably heavier than the other , but weight in a watch is a good thing for me - and the lume and legibility is great of course, especially here in UK 's dark winter months

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