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Thread: Hope you aren't sick of macros - Breguet Marine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nutty28 View Post

    This will be the "closest" I will ever get to a Breguet.....
    Hmmm......wouldn't be so sure...

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    Ok ... I admit .... I drop by my AD regularly for a coffee chat, and sometimes, try out certain pieces - the Marine being one of them.

    And THAT will be the closest I will ever get to one....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nutty28 View Post
    Ok ... I admit .... I drop by my AD regularly for a coffee chat, and sometimes, try out certain pieces - the Marine being one of them.

    And THAT will be the closest I will ever get to one....


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    Yes, yes, but one day...who knows?!

    I'm after a Type XX Aeronavale for years and I haven't give up. Yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nutty28 View Post
    Ok ... I admit .... I drop by my AD regularly for a coffee chat, and sometimes, try out certain pieces - the Marine being one of them.

    And THAT will be the closest I will ever get to one....


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    Never say never. I used to think I could never bring myself to spend $5k on one watch...

    Oh, and temp, wonderful ​shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CFR View Post
    Yes, yes, but one day...who knows?!

    I'm after a Type XX Aeronavale for years and I haven't give up. Yet.
    Quote Originally Posted by mlcor View Post
    Never say never. I used to think I could never bring myself to spend $5k on one watch...

    Oh, and temp, wonderful ​shots!
    Great enablers, aren't you???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nutty28 View Post
    Great enablers, aren't you???
    Hey, we already have two identical watches, why not go for three?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tempocalypse View Post
    This will be my final macro set for a little while, I promise!
    Feel free to break that promise; we'll not hold it against you
    Some people have opinions - The rest of us have taste.

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    The macro of the dial reminds me of one of those optical illusion images where you stare and it starts spinning. That one made me instantly dizzy and had to scroll past it


    Excellent photos
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    WOW!! Stunning watch, even better photography! I, for one, will never tire of macros!


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    Quote Originally Posted by CFR View Post
    Yes, yes, but one day...who knows?!

    I'm after a Type XX Aeronavale for years and I haven't give up. Yet.
    I'm looking for one too - an older Type XX with tritium dial/hands and a tropical dial.

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