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That red submariner is crazy
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Thanks for the link. So, the bracelet can be left in free-adjustment-zone for daily use to cope with minor wrist size variation through the day?

No problem--and I guess that is what I got from it. I think it might be one of those things that I won't really understand until I see it. Very interesting though, I could see that being very helpful... Especially in these Louisiana summers!
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Wow. Amazing timepieces.

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Stowa Watch came in today after ordering in November...Very happy :)... Sorry for the crappy Iphone pics

 

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Great write-up on the purists in re the Rolex and Tudor offerings: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show) As far as I am concerned, Tudor absolutely killed it. These pictures really evidence that in my opinion.

I like everything except the hour hands. I am not sure if it is historically "right" but the shape really bothers me.
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I like everything except the hour hands. I am not sure if it is historically "right" but the shape really bothers me.


There have been a few different styles of hands used on Tudor Submariners, the "Mercedes style" like on Rolex Submariners, the "Lollipop" style (think Mercedes hands without the 3 pointed star, just a round circle), and the "Snow Flake," which you do not care for.  Any of them could be considered correct depending on the year/model of Tudor Sub. 

 

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got an email this morning with first hand pics from baselworld. here are some i liked.

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Sublime. Sublime, indeed.
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Agreed. Does it come with a gliding bracelet adjustment like recent Rolex ones?

Very nice. I love the matte finish.
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Welcome back Panograph...biggrin.gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Tudor Heritage Black Bay In Depth Review by Hodinkee

 

random observation: the crown looks awesome

 

from the article: "The Tudor Heritage Black Bay will retail for 3250 CHF on a steel Oyster bracelet and 2950 CHF on a leather strap, and both of those prices INCLUDE VAT"

 

High for an ETA for sure, but I am in love with Tudor this year (still leaning toward the pelagos) but this looks great too.

 

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JLC c.1962.

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JLC c.1962.
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beautiful. and it looks very well taken care of as well.
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beautiful. and it looks very well taken care of as well.

agreed...
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JLC c.1962.
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Awesome classic
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