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^^^^ Now that looks fit for purpose Dave :thumbup: . The case looks a bit small :silent: .

Greg - I reckon it's one of these.
http://www.jurawatches.co.uk/products/c ... m=view_jpg

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nbg wrote:Trying out the BBN on a new Hirsch Rebel that postie delivered today. All the advantages of a Nato, without the disadvantages.
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That's a pretty neat strap/spring bar arrangement. :thumbup:

Need to have a look.

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Seems to work fine on a watch with a flat caseback, so should also be good for my C11. I think it tidies up the bit around the lugs.

It does away with the problem of trying to bend the strap up over the springbars that you sometimes get using a Nato that is quite thick.

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nbg wrote:^^^^ Now that looks fit for purpose Dave :thumbup: . The case looks a bit small :silent: .

Greg - I reckon it's one of these.
http://www.jurawatches.co.uk/products/c ... m=view_jpg

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The photo was taken a while back but the x-patrol is still in top form:-)
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Just picked this up today, I'm gonna wear it for a few days but it could be a catch and release for me. We'll see. It's quirky though!

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You got one then Mark :thumbup:

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^^ i love the offcentre power reserve window on this 8)
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My Bulova Moonwatch re-issue. It wears much smaller than I expected (45mm).

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^^^I like that very much 8)
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^^^^^^ Me too :cuinlove:
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Thanks. I ordered it the day I first saw it! LOL.

It's a quartz but has the Bulova Precisionist movement so the chrono hand has a smooth sweep. Unfortunately, the small seconds is 'only' a 120 bpm sweep.

Bulova did a great job with this watch. The dial is beautifully finished with a nice 3D presentation. The main dial is raised above the 1/10 seconds markers around the outside and the sunburst subdials are inset into the main dial.

Nicest modern Bulova I have seen IMO. It gets quite a few comments.
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FloridaPhil wrote:Thanks. I ordered it the day I first saw it! LOL.

It's a quartz but has the Bulova Precisionist movement so the chrono hand has a smooth sweep. Unfortunately, the small seconds is 'only' a 120 bpm sweep.

Bulova did a great job with this watch. The dial is beautifully finished with a nice 3D presentation. The main dial is raised above the 1/10 seconds markers around the outside and the sunburst subdials are inset into the main dial.

Nicest modern Bulova I have seen IMO. It gets quite a few comments.
Looks really cool and the precisionist movement is a way to go:-)