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Re: September, a busy month for new releases

Post by gaf1958 » Wed Aug 28, 2019 11:03 pm

QPRcat wrote:Silly question time, would the Bronze on the C65 Ombre LTD Ed develop its own patina?

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Re: September, a busy month for new releases

Post by Squalus » Thu Aug 29, 2019 2:16 am

I was expecting the C60 Ombre to have a similar gradient pattern on the dial as the bronze Ombré, instead has multiple random scrawls. I'm a bit disappoint with that. Also, it looks like a monochromatic picture was taken of it. It would be nice if it had some colour, for example, on the tip of the seconds hand.

The C65 Bronze Ombré is very nice. I like the gradient finish on the dial.

The C65 Diver SH21 is a very pleasant surprise. I've always liked the six o'clock small second sub dial and the power reserve features.

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