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    New Nivrel models

    Big fan of Nivrel , just seen they have a couple of new models (well, 4 if you count the deluxe version of both - with swan neck and gold plated escapement)

    Model 1 is a cushion case model# 326
    https://shop.nivrel.com/en/replique-...iii-en/a-1548/
    deluxe here https://shop.nivrel.com/en/replique-...uxe-en/a-1549/

    n326001-aasds-nivrelshop-01.jpg

    It's ok, but the one I really like is the model #324:

    https://shop.nivrel.com/en/replique-...-ii-en/a-1546/
    deluxe here https://shop.nivrel.com/en/replique-...uxe-en/a-1547/

    n324001-cawes-nivrelshop-01.jpg

    Nice ... want !

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    If the first one was a sandwich dial I would be reaching for my credit card. I love how thin it is.



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    I'm a fan, great watches. This cushion case model is nice though I wish the sub seconds dial was enclosed . . . .

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    +1 on the seconds

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    You know when you read a new word for the first time wrongly then never learn it the right way? Up until a few months ago I always read this brand as "Nirvel" . Interesting fact for you there.
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    LIke the sandwich case and really like the white dialed version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uchinanchu View Post
    though I wish the sub seconds dial was enclosed . . . .
    Just to clarify: do you mean enclosed in a circular graphic ? .... or just 'enclosed' under the dial? (i.e. not there at all !)


    Up until a few months ago I always read this brand as "Nirvel" . Interesting fact for you there.

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    I actually like the lack of defined framing for the sub second dial. Just a different touch.
    Quote Originally Posted by geoffbot View Post
    You know when you read a new word for the first time wrongly then never learn it the right way? Up until a few months ago I always read this brand as "Nirvel" . Interesting fact for you there.
    Weeeeeeelllllll... That's the second time someone on this forum brought something to my attention that I didn't even know I did. I've always said it that same why. But that's because my brain is lazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously View Post
    Just to clarify: do you mean enclosed in a circular graphic ? .... or just 'enclosed' under the dial? (i.e. not there at all !)





    Yes Geoffbot
    Yes, don't/didn't know what it's called, thx . . .

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