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^ I like both watches, even the quirky Breitling.
I recently sold my quartz RW, but it was a beautiful watch, never had an issue with it. Looked much higher quality than its cost suggested.
No worries. There's still plenty of white gold in there, though. Don't all Rolexes have white gold hands, indices etc.?
It didn't have solid white gold numerals. It had non-luminous paint (I assume) inserted into the white gold frames of the numerals. The full, solid white gold numerals started with the 214...
The solid white gold numerals was the 214270 Explorer (Tricky's one), not the 114270.
The second is definitely the better of the two Explorer's on display. Better hand set, better size IMO. The more classic, iconic version I feel.
Nah, prefer the new Explorer with the longer hands and lumed numerals. It now better resembles the more classic, iconic 36mm version, albeit in 39mm form. For those that prefer the larger size, you now get the best of both worlds.
That's a superb pickup. Truly excellent watch, now pretty much back to its former brilliance with the slight adjustments made to it by Rolex this year.
FOR SALE: This amazing Christopher Ward Trident-Pro 38mm automatic watch. Exactly a year old, this watch is in excellent condition, with just slight signs of gentle wearing on the stainless steel bracelet and clasp, both of which can be easily brushed and polished out to look absolutely brand new and pristine. Perfect all-ages watch can be worn by both men and is the perfect size for both. The ceramic bezel is simply jaw-droppingly beautiful, especially as it...
RMW...looking good, my good man
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