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    2014 Cellinis

    I was never impressed too much by the Rolex Cellini line, with maybe one or two exceptions. Until I saw the new 2014 models. I know they are already presented on Baselworld, but I guess they do not get the attention I think they deserve
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    Stunning aren't they. I love this combination. So warm, and map ages to incorporate a complication and stay dressy.

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    I know it's very subjective but when I first saw them, I was underwhelmed style wise. They're obviously built well in the typical Rolex fashion, but I prefer the older Cellini models aesthetically . . .

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    I kind of like the newer ones. Just seem a bit more elegant to me.
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    I like the new ones OK, but others I would rather have for the money but my favorite is still this one, and I don't even like colored gold...

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    Like them a lot but I'm not that fancy of a guy. Same reason I shyed away fro a Reverso. Too dressy for my style but admire them from afar

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    Cellini was one of the first Rolexes to strike my fancy as a young man in the 80's the Cellinium I believe it was called.

    There were several variations so if this wasn't the exact one it was similar.

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    I very much like the Cellini Time in white gold and white dial. It's on my list for when I get rich someday

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    They're a bit too pinky in the air with afternoon tea in fancy cups for me.

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    I find myself strangely attracted to this one, and it's variants. Very much get the impression this is one you'd have to try on and spend a little time with if you could.
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