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    Help identify this Orient, por favore?

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    Grazie in advance-o.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodia77 View Post

    Grazie in advance-o.
    Unfortunately, I have no idea. However, it's interesting to see how Orient uses a very similar set of hands as Omega did with the their - now old - flightmaster.

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    looks like it could be 7t something something
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    Looks like THIS with different colored dial and hands.

    Edit: Check that... It looks (a lot) like THIS.
    Appears to be a 2014 model.
    Last edited by crownpuller; Oct 21, 2019 at 09:42 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously View Post
    looks like it could be 7t something something
    You actually helped.
    (In that I checked the tiny ref on my better res pic).

    The model ref is apparently TT09-CO.

    It caught my attention because it was sitting there in one of the orologerie as the only representative of watch brands as we know them (among Lorenzons or somesuch).

    And it must have been sitting there for a really (really really really) long time. The feel is from 1990s, maybe early 2000s, folded bracelet links etc, but overall not bad. I liked the funky factor in it, as if it wasn't taking itself too seriously, and thought maybe it would be a nice souvenir from here, with the asking price of €135 kinda too much for what it is but kinda still acceptable if it was to bring fun. But I realised it wouldn't bring fun with having to go through the hassle of battery changes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodia77 View Post
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    Grazie in advance-o.
    looks like a LTT09001B

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    Quote Originally Posted by crownpuller View Post
    Looks like THIS with different colored dial and hands.

    Edit: Check that... It looks (a lot) like THIS.
    Appears to be a 2014 model.
    Yips. And wow, I misjudged its age (my previous post) by quite a lot. Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodia77 View Post
    on my better res pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodia77 View Post
    But I realised it wouldn't bring fun with having to go through the hassle of battery changes.

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    Hassle ?! every 2 to 5 years or more ?

    It's a lot less 'hassle' than a visit to a watchmaker for a service
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