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

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^^^ For when one set of 24 hour markers is not enough.
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Another thread got me back to thinking about this

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neil8fletcher3 wrote:Another thread got me back to thinking about this

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But could it really replace the brilliance that is the skx013? My Turtle has finally lost that battle
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Doubt it. Have you sold the turtle?

This might be less direct competition
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neil8fletcher3 wrote:Another thread got me back to thinking about this

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Nice.
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https://instagram.com/p/BVB0LlKFJYy/

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This is the configuration I'm going for. Just need him to release them.
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gwells wrote:https://instagram.com/p/BVB0LlKFJYy/

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This is the configuration I'm going for. Just need him to release them.
Lovely. I'm checking social media and have the order page left open as a tab on my phone for when the time comes :lol:
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One of my favourites too. :thumbup:
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^^^ Is that the 43mm version, Neil?
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downer wrote:^^^ Is that the 43mm version, Neil?
Yep - the camera angle makes them look a similar size; but there is a distinct difference.

It's the 5th time I have tried on the 43mm - if only it was 40mm! :)

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nbg wrote:
downer wrote:^^^ Is that the 43mm version, Neil?
Yep - the camera angle makes them look a similar size; but there is a distinct difference.

It's the 5th time I have tried on the 43mm - if only it was 40mm! :)

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smegwina wrote:
nbg wrote:
downer wrote:^^^ Is that the 43mm version, Neil?
Yep - the camera angle makes them look a similar size; but there is a distinct difference.

It's the 5th time I have tried on the 43mm - if only it was 40mm! :)

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It is Nick. The normal FF is 45mm but still has a lug to lug of less than the Trident, as does the 43mm.

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