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    Archimede 1950s watch

    What do you guys think of this new model from Archimede ?

    http://www.archimede-watches.com/arc...automatic.html
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    Looks like (dial at least) my two Dugena Festa's a little bit which are based from the same era I believe

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    The Dude Abides Nokie's Avatar
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    Looks nice enough, reminds me of a Junghans.
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    I like how the big dome is entirely done by the crystal


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    I was skeptical at first, but then I really liked the one with the white dial and the mesh and brown bracelets. It's a shame about the date.




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    very nice indeed- always followed Archimede- must get one of their pilots at some stage
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    I like the black dial and silver hands - good combo , but the blue hands on the white don't do it for me at all, they look all wrong - the wrong blue and too blue too !

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    I like them in profile, but not straight on.

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    Like it better with a leather strap but it sure has blue hands! Also would prefer no date but I like most dress watches as simple as possible.


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    Nice to see someone taking advantage of the 9015's slim profile

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    Nice to see someone taking advantage of the 9015's slim profile
    Interestingly the Dugena's I mention also use the same movement

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