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    Simply glorious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125 View Post


    Simply glorious.
    It is.

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    Simply glorious.
    I love this watch, each and every time it pops up in this thread (which it has done on multiple occasions)

    My idea of perfection


    I don't understand the small number of haters , it's simply stunning !!! , what part of that beauty don't you get ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously View Post
    I love this watch, each and every time it pops up in this thread (which it has done on multiple occasions)

    My idea of perfection


    I don't understand the small number of haters , it's simply stunning !!! , what part of that beauty don't you get ???
    I believe this is Raza's favorite watch.

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    I can't choose between the enamel dial and the guilloché version

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    Quote Originally Posted by CFR View Post
    I can't choose between the enamel dial and the guilloché version

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    Both are stunners

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    Cheers,

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    For me, the enamel, the soft subdial recess and the way the numerals drape into it is part of the appeal.

    I have a different favourite for the gold and guilloché look.
    Last edited by tribe125; Sep 12, 2019 at 01:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously View Post
    I love this watch, each and every time it pops up in this thread (which it has done on multiple occasions)

    My idea of perfection


    I don't understand the small number of haters , it's simply stunning !!! , what part of that beauty don't you get ???
    Whatever gorilla they paid to take a hammer to the dial of an otherwise perfectly boring watch to make that off-center dent they call a subdial should be fired and these should be tossed in the trash and written off as a production error.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raza View Post
    Whatever gorilla they paid to take a hammer to the dial of an otherwise perfectly boring watch to make that off-center dent they call a subdial should be fired and these should be tossed in the trash and written off as a production error.
    Agreed.
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