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    Anyone got a modern-day Roamer

    This is about 5-600, I think



    This much less



    ETA movements I think. Or Sellita. Still prodding around on Google.....

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    no but got a lovely old one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post



    Hmmmm, now where have I seen this design before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steppy View Post
    Hmmmm, now where have I seen this design before?
    A long way north of 300

    On the CW forum I think I spotted a happy customer

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    i like these 2, the first one sells for 479€ and the second one for 569€

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    Quote Originally Posted by I-B View Post
    i like these 2, the first one sells for 479 and the second one for 569

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    Superking Superking, that name rings a bell from my childhood.....

    .....oh yes!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    Superking Superking, that name rings a bell from my childhood.....

    .....oh yes!

    hahaha Belgian cigarettes They are deadly, that's why i smoke Ukrainian cigarettes, the are just bad for your health

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    Competely useless now but watchshop were discounting the hell out of them before Christmas.

    Forgotten which high street shop recently started to stock them. Purchase via quidco for a few % cashback.

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    Looks like they still might be.
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    Cheap enough to take a punt just to see what is like in the metal.
    Last edited by drunken monkey; Jan 23, 2015 at 10:21 AM.

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    I found mention that the company has ambitions of having its own movement. Presumably in the Steinhart mold?

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    Can you define "modern-day"?

    I do have a Roamer, but not sure it falls in your category


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