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    Alphabet Watch Game

    Easy, fun game I hope:

    Going alphabetically, pick a watch that you'd genuinely happily accept from that brand as a gratis gift..... (from the past or current range)
    Post a nice juicy picture of it to go with your choice.

    Then let someone else have a go.

    Apparently there isn't a Q brand, so whoever gets that letter can just choose a Quarz from anywhere. (Unless you can find a Q brand)

    When we get to Z, we'll start at A again

    So I'll start with A for Alpina

    and I'm picking the Alpina Star timer (with their AL7** manufacture movement. (cos I like the movement)

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    Whos gonna go with a B ?
    Last edited by Seriously; Apr 14, 2019 at 08:21 PM.
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    B is for Blancpain. The Fifty Fathoms one of the best divers ever in my opinion.

    Who is gonna step up to C......

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    I’ll do C seeing as there’s no-one around

    C for Chanel

    This one: Monsieur

    PLATINUM, JUMPING HOUR GRAND FEU » ENAMEL DIAL WITH JUMPING HOUR, 240° RETROGRADE MINUTE AND SMALL SECOND COUNTER)

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    Looks cool, I’d take that

    who’s up for D ?
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    <PRICE REDUCED> Nivrel 322 Black Dial: http://www.intlwatchleague.com/showt...869#post447869

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously View Post
    ...who’s up for D ?
    I'll take that one if I may:

    Damasko DA47

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    I've always fancied one of their full-lume-dial models.

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    A few of us have E taken care of - Eberhard of course.

    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Well, I wouldn't say no to 1958 KonTiki:

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    Pic from here: https://www.timeandwatches.com/p/in-...its-160th.html
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    The sublime...


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    I might post it again for ‘J’.

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    G for Glashutte...


    I wouldn't mind a Panograph....


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    H is for... I would be very happy to receive an Hermés Slim

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    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    I is for Isoprog:


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