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    Good deals on B&M Capeland chronos over at Jomashop

    Baume and Mercier discontinued the Capeland series of chronographs earlier this year and they've been on sale ever since and steadily dropping. B&M made numerous variations on the 42mm Capeland tricompax chronograph driven by Valjoux 7753 movement. The entry level 10004 model is reviewed here Watch Reviews by MCV: Review of Baume et Mercier Capeland Automatic Chronograph

    However Joma now has them as low as I've seen at 54-72% off (there's 6 days left on this sale). http://www.jomashop.com/baume-mercie...ter-event.html

    10000-10002 series (white, black or brown dials) with solid caseback, calf leather strap and friction deployment are $1,199.

    10042-10046 series (various dial colours) with solid caseback, alligator strap and pushbutton deployment are $1,299. These were $1400 just a few months ago.

    My feeling is the best deal is the 10062 black dial with exhibition caseback and stainless steel bracelet for $1,399 http://www.jomashop.com/baume-mercie...-m0a10062.html

    Other 1006x and 1008x models with the exhibition caseback on alligator straps with pushbutton deployment are priced completely without any logic between $1,575 - $1875 ($1899 on bracelet).

    Finally, although it is not my cup of tea due to an overly busy dial layout, the Capeland Flyback Chronograph Grey dial, exhibition caseback on black alligator strap with pushbutton deployment (model 10086) is available at $2599 (66% off)
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