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

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

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neil8fletcher3 wrote:Tempted by one of these
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Very tempted too.

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All of our nice watches end up in Queensland sooner or later.
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:thumbup: ... partly true I guess... :D
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A 5512 on Black nato
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^Nice. I think I need to buy some new natostraps.
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The Oris Timeless sixty-five LE watch . A very nice looking watch :thumbup:


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More info on this model here....

https://www.ablogtowatch.com/wp-content ... tch-02.jpg
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Very nice :thumbup: but I’ll stick with the “almost the same” one that I have.

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I tried on one of these a couple of years ago and kind of regret not buying it. I like BP and for me these are an ideal size at 40mm.
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Only problem is it’s a blue dial watch that I am looking to add, not another black dial dive watch.

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^^^ That's some bezel.
Puts a Yachtmaster to shame.

Love the dial and hands.

Date's a bit sneaky.
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^^^^ Yep typical BP date position. The bracelet is a work of art. I reckon I could sell my Milgauss or SubC, buy a BP and have change for a holiday. :)

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nbg wrote:I tried on one of these a couple of years ago and kind of regret not buying it. I like BP and for me these are an ideal size at 40mm.
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Only problem is it’s a blue dial watch that I am looking to add, not another black dial dive watch.

Neil
I quite like this, but just not enough to buy it.

http://www.watchfinder.co.uk/Blancpain/ ... tem/111769
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Came across this earlier this evening;-

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Limited Edition 300 pieces, suitably chunky 44mm case and unique Chrono movement with a 10 minute countdown, followed by an elapsed 24 hours.

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Even though is has only been 5 days since my latest addition showed up, I have been thinking one of these in grey dial, 41mm, leather or textile strap some time in the next couple of months would work.......after the honeymoon with the current Oris comes to an end of course.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Came across this earlier this evening;-

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Limited Edition 300 pieces, suitably chunky 44mm case and unique Chrono movement with a 10 minute countdown, followed by an elapsed 24 hours.

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Reminds me a bit of the C40 Speedhawk.
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Kip wrote:
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Came across this earlier this evening;-

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Limited Edition 300 pieces, suitably chunky 44mm case and unique Chrono movement with a 10 minute countdown, followed by an elapsed 24 hours.

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Reminds me a bit of the C40 Speedhawk.
I can see the similarity; a bit. :wink:

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