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

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The beautiful Fleming has the style but is priced too far beyond my grasp. And with understandably small numbers, one to admire from afar.
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The Lorier Gemini Racer Special Edition. That yellow is just perfect

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Something I'd never considered.
The Casio-Gsteel B600 which I'm liking a lot.

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magicman wrote: Wed Mar 20, 2024 5:21 pm Something I'd never considered.
The Casio-Gsteel B600 which I'm liking a lot.

https://youtu.be/TVW-EBX896U?si=dUo1M-kZm9kkGL21


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I think the dimensions of this will make it really popular and the price stacks up very well against the metal casioak
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Now this is a GMT I wouldn’t mind…

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stefs wrote: Wed Mar 20, 2024 6:40 pm
magicman wrote: Wed Mar 20, 2024 5:21 pm Something I'd never considered.
The Casio-Gsteel B600 which I'm liking a lot.

https://youtu.be/TVW-EBX896U?si=dUo1M-kZm9kkGL21


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I think the dimensions of this will make it really popular and the price stacks up very well against the metal casioak
I've ordered one :thumbup:

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yes please
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Way in the back of mind, this continues to linger since I've always thought of one since my renewed interest in wristwatches.
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At the moment, the only thing holding me back from getting this
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is that I wish to see what further surprises are coming soon. There's the usual flurry of hints.
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sinner777 wrote: Wed Mar 27, 2024 1:18 pm Image

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Yup; it is, which is precisely why I like mine.

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complete mew range of Doxa 200T but in a rather fabulous 39mm x 10.7mm thick. These will be very popular methinks
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^^^ I think the actual dial size of these is going to be tiny... I'd definitely want to try both on to see what I think. I know the 42mm size might be off putting for some but I've read plenty of reviews that say the 42mm wears a lot smaller because of a good L2L size and the fact that the dial is comparatively so small...
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missF wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 11:48 am ^^^ I think the actual dial size of these is going to be tiny... I'd definitely want to try both on to see what I think. I know the 42mm size might be off putting for some but I've read plenty of reviews that say the 42mm wears a lot smaller because of a good L2L size and the fact that the dial is comparatively so small...
I agree entirely Lindsey. It won’t stop me trying one on but in reading about them this morning, I was worried how small the actual dial will be. Good price though.

Talking about trying on. I was in a Breitling AD in Norwich yesterday and had the orange Aerospace on my wrist. The colour is great but it ended there for me, I wasn’t keen on the extra thickness and I prefer the single crown that operates all the functions.
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