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Absolutely Neil - a perfect watch to grow old with :D
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Winnie Bloo wrote:The one that not many folks like.....

But for me - simple, very easy to read colours, and yeah, I do like the orange.

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Do you think this would be too flashy (too much shining surfaces and reflections) to wear as a daily watch?
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^^^^ Om I think that whilst Dave's "daily wear" is a Rolex it just depends which one...... :)

Too flashy no, us retired blokes don't have to worry about convention such as that. :lol:

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blowfish89 wrote: Do you think this would be too flashy (too much shining surfaces and reflections) to wear as a daily watch?
A daily wearer "blowy"..... too flashy?

It's no shinier than a DJ2 with a fluted bezel and us older folks we need something shiny........we can see
It on our old wrists :lol:
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Winnie Bloo wrote:
blowfish89 wrote: Do you think this would be too flashy (too much shining surfaces and reflections) to wear as a daily watch?
A daily wearer "blowy"..... too flashy?

It's no shinier than a DJ2 with a fluted bezel and us older folks we need something shiny........we can see
It on our old wrists :lol:
A DJ with a fluted bezel is a perfect daily wearer - mine is my most worn watch.
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neil8fletcher3 wrote:Trying to decide if I've got enough I could sell to slim the collection down and add one of these

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I've also just decided to save up for this model, with the matching bracelet...
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Been a while I posted on this thread.
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And another one. Bicolor ceramic bezel.
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Dreaming until sometime next week

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Raymond Weil Freelancer chronograph .

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A classic watch Greg - just a shame about the strap! :shock: :silent: :)

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tempusmaximus wrote:Raymond Weil Freelancer chronograph .

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That's really nice, kind of like Zenith and Damasko had a drunken night together and this was the result.
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stefs wrote:Well blow me...didnt know that
Or you can get an Ollech&Wajs aviation watch for much the same reason. Cheaper than picking up a vintage navitimer.
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tempusmaximus wrote:Raymond Weil Freelancer chronograph .

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In for this one as well. Just price needs to get a bit down.



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