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^^^Neil, you are a cad and a bounder.
Saves me checking. :thumbup: :D
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nbg wrote: Tue Jun 02, 2020 1:14 pm
welshlad wrote: Tue Jun 02, 2020 12:48 pm The first one did instantly make me do a little "phwoar" under my breath, so that must be a good sign! An absolute belter. And I'm not going to look up the price because that will just spoil things! :)
Those two are limited edition, so probably slightly more than the normal colour dials.

Chap on TZ-UK recently did a great review of his blue dial on bracelet model.

I think they are about £11k on a bracelet, which with a discount would bring it to under £10k. Preowned even better. :thumbup:

Or put another way - less than the likely proceeds from selling a couple of preowned Rolex...

40mm case, with a lug to lug of 48mm.

Glad to have been of help. :)

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Not day dreaming about one of these but keep considering one. Telling myself that it’d be ideal for cycling, instead of the £18 Casio I currently use. I’ll be honest though, at nigh on £90 I wouldn’t be using it as a “beater”. :lol:
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nbg wrote: Tue Jun 02, 2020 1:14 pm Those two are limited edition, so probably slightly more than the normal colour dials.

Chap on TZ-UK recently did a great review of his blue dial on bracelet model.

I think they are about £11k on a bracelet, which with a discount would bring it to under £10k. Preowned even better. :thumbup:

Or put another way - less than the likely proceeds from selling a couple of preowned Rolex...

40mm case, with a lug to lug of 48mm.

Glad to have been of help. :)

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BobMunro wrote: Tue Jun 02, 2020 2:18 pm The top one is on Chrono24 for £8,918 - UK based. Brand new unworn.
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welshlad wrote: Tue Jun 02, 2020 2:47 pm
nbg wrote: Tue Jun 02, 2020 1:14 pm Those two are limited edition, so probably slightly more than the normal colour dials.

Chap on TZ-UK recently did a great review of his blue dial on bracelet model.

I think they are about £11k on a bracelet, which with a discount would bring it to under £10k. Preowned even better. :thumbup:

Or put another way - less than the likely proceeds from selling a couple of preowned Rolex...

40mm case, with a lug to lug of 48mm.

Glad to have been of help. :)

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BobMunro wrote: Tue Jun 02, 2020 2:18 pm The top one is on Chrono24 for £8,918 - UK based. Brand new unworn.
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I have been dreaming about this one since they first appeared nearly 5 years ago. A new article online is pulling at my heart strings again....hard. :cry:
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Some Chrono24 favourites, all good things are in Germany.. also Chrono24 pricing is always out of whack I think.
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blowfish89 wrote:Some Chrono24 favourites, all good things are in Germany.. also Chrono24 pricing is always out of whack I think.
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This! An absolute thing of beauty in my opinion. Plus, a countdown timer - fantastic :D

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TigerChris wrote: Fri Jun 12, 2020 11:01 pm This! An absolute thing of beauty in my opinion. Plus, a countdown timer - fantastic :D


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one of these please...
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^^^ Ooooh, yes please! You buy it first, Paul, get bored with it and then I'll buy it off you at a massive discount a few weeks later (your usual rotation system) :lol: :lol: :lol:
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stefs wrote: Fri Jun 19, 2020 10:26 am one of these please...
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That looks tasty!

6007A-001 in SS for anyone else who wants to order one. :)

However at about half the price and on a bracelet, I would go with this one.
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Available for less than the proceeds from a couple of well worn Rolex Professional models.

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I would take any of the above 3 please.. really lovely.
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