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    Zenith made the top 10!

    Never much to click on "click bait" on CNN, I had to do it this time and was rewarded with their mention of Zenith. And properly too! At least I own one of the ten watches that changed the industry!

    CNN Link

    Cheers!

    Dan

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    I like a list that starts with Submariner and ends with G-Shock.

    It's a pretty good list all round, actually.

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    I thought so as well. Hard to find such balance on CNN. LOL!

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    OK - so...there's my shopping list for the next decade...exact matches only, of course!

    Let's play Price is Right - what's the street price for the complete set?
    La lutte elle-mme vers les sommets suffit remplir un cur d'homme; il faut imaginer Sisyphe heureux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125 View Post
    I like a list that starts with Submariner and ends with G-Shock.

    It's a pretty good list all round, actually.
    And has Swatch and Seiko in the middle
    Apeks | Archimede | Breitling | Bulova | Cabot Watch Company | Casio | Daniel Wellington | Davosa | Glycine | G-Shock | Hamilton | Nomos | Omega | Rolex | Seiko | Slow | Swatch | Timex | Vostok

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    Cool, Zenith seems to always be an underdog and under appreciated!

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