Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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footycrazy wrote:And yet another Tudor Tuesday
Great photo, bezel looks black. Which actually looks great on it
One of the great things about the Tudor BBB is the variability. Not only can the bezel appear black, but in different lights, the dial can also trick you into appearing blue. Definitely looks great in Graham's photo.
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haven't worn this one in a while...

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Came home to find this beauty waiting for me...thanks to Winnie Bloo :-)

My first Ball watch too.

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^^^^^^ The Skindiver is beauty Lego, Congrats. 8)
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watchstudent wrote:
footycrazy wrote:And yet another Tudor Tuesday

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Great photo, bezel looks black. Which actually looks great on it

Agreed that it's a great photo of a great watch :clap:
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Lego wrote:Came home to find this beauty waiting for me...thanks to Winnie Bloo :-)

My first Ball watch too.

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Classy :clap:

I briefly owned one of these (2 days) until I spotted the tiniest pin prick mark on the bezel insert so took it back to EJ expecting a straightforward replacement. The replacement arrived and was worse than the first, with scuffs and marks everywhere – obviously a display model. So, because of my OCD, I lost out. However, many on here backed me up and agreed a brand new watch should be entirely unmarked, no matter how small the mark.

Anyway, it was a great looking watch, well made and a perfect fit. Enjoy :thumbup:
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Thanks guys and no one noticed I got the day wrong!
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^^^^^^^ What, its not xmas day tomorrow. :censored: :grumble:
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Rolex for an early morning Christmas Eve

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^^^^ Quite right too.
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Sabbath wrote:Rolex for an early morning Christmas Eve

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I keep coming back to Explorers on my grail trail. Do the 3 6 9 marks appear very shiny in real life? (That's been one of my minor worries.)
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Pelagos this morning...

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downer wrote:Pelagos this morning...

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Lovely picture of a lovely watch: even as a massive Tudor fan it's not for me :D
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atnits wrote:
Sabbath wrote:Rolex for an early morning Christmas Eve

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I keep coming back to Explorers on my grail trail. Do the 3 6 9 marks appear very shiny in real life? (That's been one of my minor worries.)

Not quite sure of how to answer this one: the numbers, to me, are perfect and are very shiney and complement the bezel. Lovely morning for a few photos.

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Sabbath wrote:
atnits wrote:
Sabbath wrote:Rolex for an early morning Christmas Eve

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I keep coming back to Explorers on my grail trail. Do the 3 6 9 marks appear very shiny in real life? (That's been one of my minor worries.)

Not quite sure of how to answer this one: the numbers, to me, are perfect and are very shiney and complement the bezel. Lovely morning for a few photos.

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I must admit it looks fantastic in those pictures :thumbup: