The "what watch are you day dreaming about now" thread

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This is another i keep thinking about since seeing it , lovely imo .

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tempusmaximus wrote:This is another i keep thinking about sice seeing it , lovely imo .

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That's fantastic Bernie. Must be pretty exclusive?

Presumable the splash of red around 4 o'clock on the dial depicts an eruption of lava and not blood splatter, the watch having been stabbed. :lol:
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Following my visit to Page & Cooper yesterday I 'can't get this one out of my head'.

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Basically in love with the modern incarnation of a 'Big Pilot', clean lines, simplicity and with it having an in-house movement that not only has some fantastic technical features, but looks drop dead gorgeous, in a well engineered manner, to boot. :clap:

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Presumable the splash of red around 4 o'clock on the dial depicts an eruption of lava and not blood splatter, the watch having been stabbed. .



:lol: It does depict an eruption :D

Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:fantastic technical features, but looks drop dead gorgeous, in a well engineered manner, to boot.
I agree Guy , the Damasko is a gorgeous looking watch .
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What is the size of the Damasko Guy ?
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tempusmaximus wrote:What is the size of the Damasko Guy ?
42mm case; 43.80mm bezel; 14.20mm height; 22mm lugs; lug2lug <50mm.

Here's a picture of the black dialled DK14 on my 7.5" wrist. Wears really nicely IMHO.

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I agree mate , that does look very good , I do like the size . :thumbup:
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Some more information on the Sif Nart Volcano edition here .

http://www.jswatch.com/sif-volcano
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tempusmaximus wrote:Some more information on the Sif Nart Volcano edition here .

http://www.jswatch.com/sif-volcano
Thanks Bernie. :thumbup: :clap:

I'd already got there. :) Very exclusive pieces and great 'purpose' to the sif NART pieces.

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Very nice Damasko Guy, how long before we see this on your wrist, especially now the C9 will sell on eBay?


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kevin_b1 wrote:Very nice Damasko Guy, how long before we see this on your wrist, especially now the C9 will sell on eBay?


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Not much escapes you, Kevin. :wink:

Will need to see one or two more of my collection to get to the DK15. Will be a while yet.

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tempusmaximus wrote:This is another i keep thinking about since seeing it , lovely imo .

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Wow, thats wonderful.
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tempusmaximus wrote:This is another i keep thinking about since seeing it , lovely imo .

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Nice but what 's the meaning of the red on the dial ?
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luca4 wrote: Nice but what 's the meaning of the red on the dial ?
tempusmaximus wrote:Some more information on the Sif Nart Volcano edition here .

http://www.jswatch.com/sif-volcano
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luca4 wrote:
tempusmaximus wrote:This is another i keep thinking about since seeing it , lovely imo .
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Nice but what 's the meaning of the red on the dial ?
Jumping in the dial represents the Icelandic volcanoes. It is made from volcanic ash.

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Longines Column-Wheel Chronograph L2.750.4.96.0
A beautiful panda dial, black dial white sub dials and rose gold hands.

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