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    Baselworld 4 new models from Muhle Glashutte



    The 29er single hand watch - Einseiger looks interesting I think better on leather than bracelet

    The Big date comes in blue and silver, but I don't see a bracelet. All the others have bracelet options. The flieger style Beobachter comes black or white, bracelet or leather.
    A Flieger style on a bracelet seems unusual to me.
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    Nice enough but nothing that catches my eye. Thanks for sharing, Mark. What else did Basel yield that hasn't been posted?
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    I agree that the cream dialed ones would be much more attractive on leather.
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    The 29er single hand watch - Einseiger looks interesting I think better on leather than bracelet

    For some reason one handers always seem t look better on leather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffbot View Post
    What else did Basel yield that hasn't been posted?
    There were a few new Hermes models under the Slim de Hermes range.

    Can't seem to see on Hermes website but some references here... http://www.timeandwatches.com/2015/0...es-395-mm.html

    The numerals bother me, the orientation changes and the 9 looks very wrong to my eye.



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    Agreed - that's nice, but angled numerals interest me not. Also that movement decoration type reminds me of fakes, probably because some use that pattern.
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    I like the second from left, top row. Quite classy, that. Otherwise....


    Thanks for the look.

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    I prefer the back view to the front. The mini rotor looks great.
    Unfortunately the front puts me off.
    I bet the strap is nice though.
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    I've been eyeballing a certain Terranaut II. Looking forward to my first Muhle in the near future.
    Thanks for posting up some of the new models

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