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Could not resist...

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I did not start yesterday with any notion of buying another watch but when offered a 50 per cent discount I thought it would be rude not to. So tomorrow I have an Oris Artelier Date arriving before 1 pm.
Pictures will be posted as soon as I can unwrap it.
My first Oris purchase and very much looking forward to receiving it.
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That's got to make you happy.

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Sure you will be delighted. The Artelier range are things of beauty and the one i own is a surprise highlight of my collection.
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Congrats :)
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Oris. :thumbup:
Artelier. :thumbup:
50% off. :thumbup:
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had one in the basket..stalled...thought twice..left it..went back today..gone :(
Somewhere there is someone who can see what I can see...
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Well done !
Looking forward to the photos.
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Nice, Congrats mate!
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From Jura? Was half tempted myself but, like Stobievulture, I too held back. Looking forward to photos.
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MiniMpi wrote:Well done !
Looking forward to the photos.
Talking of photos, and apologies for hijacking the thread, do we get to see more pics of the new Mini, Ferg?
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You can't go wrong with an Oris, great choice.
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MadJam250 wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:Well done !
Looking forward to the photos.
Talking of photos, and apologies for hijacking the thread, do we get to see more pics of the new Mini, Ferg?
They are here ;)
Look for the post on Wed Feb 17, 2016 4:20 pm
http://www.christopherwardforum.com/vie ... &start=450
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You're on a roll... What's next?
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Sounds good. Looking forward to the pictures. :thumbup:
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theaub wrote:You're on a roll... What's next?

That's my line! :lol:
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