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The Orange Crush Trident LE. I think? Maybe! Yeah, probably!
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Good man ^^^
I'm currently checking prices for how much right arms go for on eBay to pay for it.....
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MiniMpi wrote:Good man ^^^
I'm currently checking prices for how much right arms go for on eBay to pay for it.....
Yeah, I'm waiting for my beloved to get home and currently planning my strategy for convincing her that I really, really, really, need this watch!
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:lol: :clap:
Of course you need it !!
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MiniMpi wrote::lol: :clap:
Of course you need it !!
Trouble is, she'll take one look and say "you've got to be kidding me? It's orange"! :shock:
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This weeks object of desire. Now available in a size that fits. Supplied on bracelet, but you also get 'free' rubber and alligator straps that you can switch to without a springbar tool.

Seems fairly pointless finding out the UK price, cause it will be far too much!
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A Seiko Cocktail Time, its next on my list :-)


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nbg wrote:This weeks object of desire. Now available in a size that fits. Supplied on bracelet, but you also get 'free' rubber and alligator straps that you can switch to without a springbar tool.

Seems fairly pointless finding out the UK price, cause it will be far too much!
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^^^ I still prefer the Overseas, even if it's a couple of mm larger than it should be...


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Maybe one day...
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^^^^ Yep if last years model was a couple of mm smaller, it would be spot on. The new one at 37mm would be better with the small second at 6.

Thing is I have become dangerously obsessed by the trinitys integrated bracelet steel sports offerings. :)

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I like the way that the bracelet mimics the logo.

Beautiful watch.

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scooter wrote:I like the way that the bracelet mimics the logo.

Beautiful watch.

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downer wrote:^^^ I still prefer the Overseas, even if it's a couple of mm larger than it should be...


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Maybe one day...

The two sets of minute tracks, one on the dial and one on the rehaut kill that for me.
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^^^ It's a fair criticism - although not one that bothers me personally.
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Yesterday, I popped into a rather well known Department Stores "fine watch room" whilst waiting for our dinner reservations just up the road. I was looking for a particular IWC, when I came across a watch I have never really looked at before. The Portofino max handwound.

Utterly gorgeous, beautifully made and stunning in both steel and gold.

Hmmmmmmm........


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