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    Maranez is killing it

    New watch the Rawai. Semi wearable Big Egi homage. http://www.maranez.com/rawai.php






    45mm diameter, 56mm lug to lug, 18mm thick versus the Big Egi 60mm, 75mm lug to lug

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    wow, at that price, I will consider it, even though I probably will never wear it. It would even make a great desk clock
    Last edited by Martin; Feb 4, 2015 at 10:31 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    even make a great desk clock


    Too much bezel for me

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    It would certainly give the wrist a work out at that size. Yikes!
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    Way too big for me, but I love the California dial models
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    Not really my thing but great value.
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    Outstanding price, thanks for sharing. The steel/black dial combo looks great

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