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

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Fortis Stratoliner particularly the Parabolica LE (Panda in the middle)

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kevin_b1 wrote:Another Tudor to go with my BBR like the black bezel version but also the Pelagos looks nice, this will have to wait until after my treatment is complete and then maybe treat myself.
Pelagos, better to try something different (IMHO).
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Fortis Stratoliner particularly the Parabolica LE (Panda in the middle)

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Love the chronograph panda :cuinlove:
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stefs wrote:Tried the 36mm op on at the weekend. Totally lovely. Size, colour, dial all just perfect. I want :(
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Blinking nice! :clap:
Blinking price! :explode:

Why can't the watches I like be cheaper?
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The one on the right.

Barracuda, an affordable homage.
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:The one on the right.

Barracuda, an affordable homage.
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That is rather nice Guy! Never seen that one before.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Barracuda, an affordable homage.
Nice , the Barracuda would be choice too Guy . :thumbup:
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atnits wrote:
stefs wrote:Tried the 36mm op on at the weekend. Totally lovely. Size, colour, dial all just perfect. I want :(
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Blinking nice! :clap:
Blinking price! :explode:

Why can't the watches I like be cheaper?
well at least it's cheap for a rolex! That doesn't help really does it?
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Can't wait to see the back of this;-

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Only one more sleep. :)

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Excellent news Guy so it's being dispatched today for delivery tomorrow, looking forward to seeing the photos.


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kevin_b1 wrote:Excellent news Guy so it's being dispatched today for delivery tomorrow, looking forward to seeing the photos.


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Right on, Kevin. :thumbup:

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