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Artwork remains me of the dune photo work
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^^^^ Received an email too.

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Almost enough info to convince me it's a watch :lol:
Still, I am always curious about collaborations because my favourite CW watch is the Sandstorm. You never know what crazy creativity or unusualness might be injected by a collaboration (assuming it's not just a colour change on a standard model...)
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One can just see a sand-rippled-by-wind texture on the dial as the light moves around the case. Might also be a grey dial, which is a feature that always leaves me unimpressed.
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Am I missing something? Why Oracle,?
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JAFO wrote: Sat Mar 02, 2024 9:11 pm Am I missing something? Why Oracle,?
Oracle Time - Simples. :eek: :eek:

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Looks like a really nice dial variant and a strap with blue stitching.
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From the case, markers and hands it looks like a C65 Dune variant.

The grain on the leather strap could be the Vacona strap, otherwise used for the C1 Bel Canto :-k :-k

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote: Sun Mar 03, 2024 12:23 am From the case, markers and hands it looks like a C65 Dune variant.

The grain on the leather strap could be the Vacona strap, otherwise used for the C1 Bel Canto :-k :-k

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That's the "not universally popular" vacona strap.

The textured sand effect dial, I don't know where it originated but the usual youtube suspects have been very complimentary about one or two Aliexpress watches with a sand dial: no doubt the CW watch under discussion here will be several steps up the quality ladder. 38mm case presumably.

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I agree. The hour markers & smooth bezel indicate a Dune variant with an interesting textured wave dial. The chronometer logo indicates an accurate Cosc certified movement.

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Oh that's a lovely and interesting dial. Not sure it's for me, but will look forward to clearer pics to see how it looks out in the world :thumbup:
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Sand dunes make a lot of sense for a dune watch. It's different to the Omega versions where the patterns are sharply delineated. These look shaped like real sand dunes. Certainly interesting. :D
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I’ll just leave this here
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Re: Oracle Time x CW Teaser

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biggus_richus wrote: Sun Mar 03, 2024 7:56 pm I’ll just leave this hereIMG_2588.jpeg
You leave it there, I'm having this :lol: :lol:

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