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    I like Tudors, I like Ducatis, but this pairing leaves me a bit cold. Just don't care for the dial colors.

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    In hindsight, why did I click on this thread, LOL???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raza View Post
    I like Tudors, I like Ducatis, but this pairing leaves me a bit cold. Just don't care for the dial colors.
    Yes, agreed. Although they may be different in the flesh
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    The new Ducati " Scrambler " comes in 3 versions, under $10,000, that have those colors. I agree the colors may look better on a bike!
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    Quote Originally Posted by timekeeper View Post
    The new Ducati " Scrambler " comes in 3 versions, under $10,000, that have those colors. I agree the colors may look better on a bike!
    I'm sure the bike will look good (though perhaps not as good as Triumph's Scrambler), but I'm not so sure about the watch.

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    Watches that reference cars and bikes seem to lose a lot and gain little.

    Watch is watch; bike is bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    Watches that reference cars and bikes seem to lose a lot and gain little.

    Watch is watch; bike is bike
    This.
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    I personally do not like watch/bike/car/jet combinations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -JP View Post
    I personally do not like watch/bike/car/jet combinations.
    That's pretty much where I am at. I've seen one exception to that and it is on a Parmigiani Bugatti. Would I prefer it without the Bugatti emblem? Yes definitely. But it's not so in your face and blends in quite nicely. Not that I'm rushing out to buy one for 27k regardless.
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