Any plans for a skeletonized handwound SH21 titanium diver?

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Any plans for a skeletonized handwound SH21 titanium diver?

Post by unforced_error »

I know I'm probably asking a lot here but I would love to see what would essentially be a handwound version of the C60 Concept so that it's not so thick and display the movement in full. I would take it over any other brands high-end or not and gladly pay the asking price.

Anyone know if there are plans for such a watch or hints towards it?
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Re: Any plans for a skeletonized handwound SH21 titanium diver?

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Next generation C60 Concept in 2023?
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Re: Any plans for a skeletonized handwound SH21 titanium diver?

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I don't have the answer, but that would be awesome. I am also waiting for it.
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Re: Any plans for a skeletonized handwound SH21 titanium diver?

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Would it be possible to have it at 40mm instead of what I would anticipate being a 42mm?

Im really thinking about ridding myself of my 2 divers for the new Tudor Pelagos 39mm, but a SH21 with 5 days of power reserve (even handwound) would take the cake.