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    Things people never say...

    If only the hands were a little bit shorter...

    I just wish it didn't have lume...

    The hollow ends links are a nice touch...

    I'd buy one in a heartbeat if it had a cyclops....

    Loving the flat crystal....



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    Adjusted in 6 positions tempocalypse's Avatar
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    Haha as I was just saying in the WRUW I actually like the flimsy bracelet, hollow centre links, hollow end links and all in the vintage sub Wouldn't want hollow end links on a modern watch though, but I genuinely like it, not merely tolerate it on the old sub. Its hard to explain

    I'm pretty sure I've seen a watch or two with a dressier look that could have done without lumed hands. Can't recall which ones off the top of my head though.

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    "that steinhart is a great original design" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steppy View Post
    "that steinhart is a great original design" ?
    Haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steppy View Post
    "that steinhart is a great original design" ?
    How about this one? It seems somewhat inspired by the Tudor Heritage chrono/Tudor Monaco and other 70s chronos and yet I don't think its a specific rip off design... (I could be wrong). It looks rather good I thought.

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    - i'd only buy designer watches, they are great investment.

    - g-shock got 'soul'.

    - iyonk is a Rolex guy.

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    That Invicta is so subtle, tasteful, and understated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pantagruel View Post
    That Invicta is so subtle, tasteful, and understated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pantagruel View Post
    That Invicta is so subtle, tasteful, and understated.
    And even at list price, it's a bargain.
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    There's nothing like a Sub!
    As it now stands:

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