25.1.24 teaser

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Re: 25.1.24 teaser

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ssholloway21 wrote: Wed Jan 24, 2024 6:56 pm
Pumamick wrote: Wed Jan 24, 2024 6:52 pm Did anyone notice the use of 'Everywatch' (with a trademark denotation) in the caption of the latest Instagram post? Perhaps we are about the see an entirely new line of watches tomorrow. We've seen images of sea, city and rough terrain too, further signalling the Versatility of this new release.
That is an interesting thought. I think they are missing the expedition style watch.
I think that was registered back with the original Sealander launch.
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Re: 25.1.24 teaser

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ssholloway21 wrote: Wed Jan 24, 2024 6:56 pm
Pumamick wrote: Wed Jan 24, 2024 6:52 pm Did anyone notice the use of 'Everywatch' (with a trademark denotation) in the caption of the latest Instagram post? Perhaps we are about the see an entirely new line of watches tomorrow. We've seen images of sea, city and rough terrain too, further signalling the Versatility of this new release.
That is an interesting thought. I think they are missing the expedition style watch.
Interesting observation although the Sealander has been described by CW as a "do-anything and go-everywhere watch".
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Re: 25.1.24 teaser

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Noticed that — funnily enough, the Instagram post from a little later has it flipping the other way. Maybe someone noticed an error in between hitting ‘send’ and ‘post’?
tikkathree wrote: Wed Jan 24, 2024 6:49 pm
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Rezn8r wrote: Wed Jan 24, 2024 4:40 pm IMG_6422.jpeg

36mm Sealander GMT?

That’d be entertaining…
36 with Land, in the background
C63 Indices with Sea, in the background
A GMT hand...
And the 36 flipping from left to right rather than right to left? And matching a dark dial?
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tikkathree wrote: Wed Jan 24, 2024 6:49 pm And the 36 flipping from left to right rather than right to left? And matching a dark dial?
Given the number, it could only possibly be a simulacrum of a date wheel, so it's probably best not to read too much into the direction.
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Re: 25.1.24 teaser

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More watches in 36mm…

Too small for anyone with an 8” wrist!

Will this fashion for watches with a 36mm case ever catch on for those with an average 6.75-7.25” wrist…

Just trying to think of a popular model from a well known brand that sells in very large numbers…

Ah that one! The crowns best selling and most recognisable model. But what do they know about making watches that sell!🤣🤣

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Re: 25.1.24 teaser

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Another thing, Neil.

36mm? A perfect time to launch this / these(?) with Valentines day in about three weeks' time.

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Or could it be that CW are thinking there might be a leap week due in February on top of the leap day of the 29th? Hence the 36 on a date wheel 🤷‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤣
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote: Wed Jan 24, 2024 4:17 pm Don't know that anyone has mentioned a new The Twelve 36 (Ti)? :-k :-k

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I'm all for the 36mm Ti Twelve! Mainly because of the better movement with higher PR, not so much the titanium.

Thinking seriously about the lagoon blue model.

Like I said before, after years of complaining about CW's 42 mm and above sizes, I'm happy with the swing back to smaller sizes.

But I'll wait to see the revealing later today.
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Somewhere there is someone who can see what I can see...
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Why so small…😭
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36mm Sealander GMT it is. :thumbup:
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Would need to see one in person, but like most people I suspect on this group - they'll be too small for my (only medium sized) wrist. I think they're good value though - as the article says, not many 36mm GMTs out there. Farer have some nice ones, but they're £350 more expensive (with the same movement IIRC)
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jbm90 wrote: Thu Jan 25, 2024 9:21 am Why so small…😭
Just buy the 39mm version.
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