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

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And still dreaming about my incoming that I hope to see soon!!!!
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Planning for the future

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Woah!! That almost got under the radar. :D

Is it me, though, or does the date pointer window look a little underachieved in the context of the watch as a whole?
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Well this is a dreaming thread, rather than a maybe sometime thread.

An AP RO of a perfect size. The best executed dial on any 3 hand watch I have ever seen and looks to me to be a far better bracelet than another Grail level steel sports watch.
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I've gone back to thinking about this one.

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Mark - what would go if you went for the Air-King?

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nbg wrote:Mark - what would go if you went for the Air-King?

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The only one that could go, should I look to change my trio of Rolex would be the sub date:

The other 2 are set:
DJ = dress
OP = dapper

The sport one is still technically up for debate and is currently the SubDate.
The Airking is currently top of wish list. I also like the idea of a new SubC, another GMTii, an Explorer 1 again (2016 version) and now and again the Milgauss appeals. I think the Airking has enough about it for long lasting appeal.

My SubDate would easily cover the purchase of a new Airking which is also a bonus. Nothing likely to happen but looking keeps me interested.
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golfjunky wrote:This, This and This
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Have you seen one in the flesh? I know the concept is amazing and the pics look great and admittedly I have only seen black dialled versions, but I was completely underwhelmed by their appearance, I actually felt let down! But if you have seen them, then fair enough.
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Caller wrote:
golfjunky wrote:This, This and This
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Have you seen one in the flesh? I know the concept is amazing and the pics look great and admittedly I have only seen black dialled versions, but I was completely underwhelmed by their appearance, I actually felt let down! But if you have seen them, then fair enough.
I have not seen one in the flesh, just hope its as badass as it looks.
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kevin_b1 wrote:So Guy now it's been revealed are your plans underway to obtain one of these 100 special edition Regulators?


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For me to know and you to wonder. :wink: :lol:

Seriously; plans all in order, with a memorable serial number. :thumbup:

Sales corner beckons for three of my choice pieces. :(

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