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    Cool THE most beautiful and elegant aviator chronograph EVER....

    built IMHO...
    Best,
    Ron













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    The Dude Abides Nokie's Avatar
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    Really sharp. The white stitching is perfect for that dial.
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    I really miss those "old style" pushers of the 80's/90's era Chronomat/ Windrider line. Far more attractive than the current screw down pushers IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T Bone View Post
    I really miss those "old style" pushers of the 80's/90's era Chronomat/ Windrider line. Far more attractive than the current screw down pushers IMO.
    They are easier for me to work, that's for sure.

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    Love that combo..Striking
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    Here's what it looks like on an original 350A Pilot bracelet...



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    I think I like it better on the bund. It sort of creates an illusion of matte for some reason. Could be the lighting also.

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