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    Carl F Bucherer Scubatec Patravi picture review

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    Been lusting after this ever since I read about it..then saw it in the flesh in Paris earlier this year.
    Dan at TimelessLux came thru!!
    I moved my Jean Richard Terrascope & the Seiko Ananta SNR019 for this.
    I will be honest..I am missing the JR though...


















    the lume application is a beautiful little mount...adding more elements to an interesting dial..


    the clasp is something else...






    solid ratcheting system



    lume!

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    Looks like a quality piece, Mikey - especially that bracelet and clasp. 2824, is it?
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    Beautiful piece--not a brand I know much about. And, as usual, great pictures!

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffbot View Post
    Looks like a quality piece, Mikey - especially that bracelet and clasp. 2824, is it?
    Ya the bracelet is pretty darn solid.
    The caliber CFB 1950.10 is a base 2892 i believe. Keeps fantastical time so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffbot View Post
    Looks like a quality piece, Mikey - especially that bracelet and clasp. 2824, is it?
    As far as I can tell from googling it's a chronometer 2892

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    That's a handsome piece Mikey.

    As a fan of rays, I also really dig the caseback.

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    Good looking piece. Great bracelet

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    Congrats! That's a very nice looking watch, especially love the dial.

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    Congrats Mikey!! I've always liked that piece. I'm not sure I could have parted with the JR, but if you miss it enough, I'm sure Dan will be more than happy to resell you one in the future!

    Please wear this in the greatest of health and happiiness!


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    Good to see you posting pictures again, Mikey...

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