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

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Every time I see this watch I fall in love with it again. I do wish I had bought it when I had one on my wrist in a jeweller's store. Or when Om (Blowfish) was selling his. :problem:

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I like this very much. Available shortly.

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Caller wrote:I like this very much. Available shortly.

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In limited numbers. I don't think it'll be as popular as some of their LEs but still a good looking watch. Wouldn't mind 1.

Just spotted the top number for heart beats - got to be going some to hit 240! I work to keep well below 160 nowadays as I don't want to push my luck.
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Wish CW would do a dot marker no date Trident auto in 43mm, black ceramic bezel and sunray dial :)
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Mikkei4 wrote:
Caller wrote:I like this very much. Available shortly.

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In limited numbers. I don't think it'll be as popular as some of their LEs but still a good looking watch. Wouldn't mind 1.

Just spotted the top number for heart beats - got to be going some to hit 240! I work to keep well below 160 nowadays as I don't want to push my luck.
Oh, another LE speedmaster, now there makes a refreshing change! :lol:
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TigerChris wrote:
Mikkei4 wrote:
Caller wrote:Oh, another LE speedmaster, now there makes a refreshing change! :lol:
It's a great watch though, isn't it.
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Lovely dial on that GS.

I'm dreaming of the Explorer 114270.

I keep thinking of other watches, when really I need to focus on the ultimate target.

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atnits wrote:Lovely dial on that GS.

I'm dreaming of the Explorer 114270.

I keep thinking of other watches, when really I need to focus on the ultimate target.

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What is that ultimate target?
How did you find the old sub and expii when you tried them on?
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The 114270 (I think!) is the ultimate target. The sub and ExII (tried last week) were good, but don't fit me as snugly as smaller watches.
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atnits wrote:Lovely dial on that GS.

I'm dreaming of the Explorer 114270.

I keep thinking of other watches, when really I need to focus on the ultimate target.

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That looks like my target when I'm shooting :lol:
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atnits wrote:The 114270 (I think!) is the ultimate target. The sub and ExII (tried last week) were good, but don't fit me as snugly as smaller watches.
It’s funny Anthony but I have been sitting here today contemplating living with only my op36 and my solo 37 and binning the rest for that very same reason! They just sit that much better on my smallish left wrist. Better for comfort, better for sitting correctly centred and better to my eye.
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^^^^ No! :shock:

You can’t be thinking of parting with the YM?

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