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Just arrived. I'll post a video review in the next day or two

EDIT: Debethune DB28 if you're not familiar. 



Neat! Is that one of their 3D moonphases at 6 o'clock?
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Wow, this thread has been a little slow as of late but that is a crazy kop! Can't wait to hear more about it.
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Neat! Is that one of their 3D moonphases at 6 o'clock?

Sure is

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If I got that watch I'd have to look for a new ride....


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Just arrived. I'll post a video review in the next day or two

 

EDIT: Debethune DB28 if you're not familiar. 

 

Congrats!  Looking forward to hearing more about it soon.  

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I think the GO Senators are pretty much all good-looking pieces.  My only issue is the depreciation: if I were to ever buy a GO, it would have to be used mint or grey market for a suitably deep discount.  In those circumstances, though, I'd be delighted to own one.

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Love it.
This.
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Many thanks gents - as always, interesting observations.
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Two years ago I posted a pic in this thread of my father's old Omega, newly repaired.  And I stayed.  Last year a bought an Orange Monster (love it), and today, an ETA-based item.  I wonder what next year will bring?

 

Although it ain't much by TWAT standards, I was so excited I had to takes first pics in my car before I'd even driven away from the FedEx office.  First impressions: it's exactly what I wanted it to be.  Now Foo has joined the Italian navy, I'm with the German air force...

 

Warning: Ze Germans are coming (albeit modestly-priced ones with Swiss motors). (Click to show)

 

 

(@Betelgeuse)

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Why did you spoiler your own pics? Damned ancient dysfunctinal web browser at work won't let me unspoiler them! I gots ot know!!!
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I couldn't help but post the rose gold today. It is glowing in the morning sun.

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Congrats Mimo. Look awesome on you. And since RP can't see it yet - it LOOKS AWESOME ON YOU!
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Two years ago I posted a pic in this thread of my father's old Omega, newly repaired.  And I stayed.  Last year a bought an Orange Monster (love it), and today, an ETA-based item.  I wonder what next year will bring?

Although it ain't much by TWAT standards, I was so excited I had to takes first pics in my car before I'd even driven away from the FedEx office.  First impressions: it's exactly what I wanted it to be.  Now Foo has joined the Italian navy, I'm with the German air force...
Warning: Ze Germans are coming (albeit modestly-priced ones with Swiss motors). (Click to show)

Liking it Mimo... I do like those Stowa pilot's watches and have considered adding one to my collection. Congratulations!
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I couldn't help but post the rose gold today. It is glowing in the morning sun. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Nice one - any photos of the caseback? Does that model have stop seconds on the sub-dial?
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Nice one - any photos of the caseback? Does that model have stop seconds on the sub-dial?

Quick and dirty in my office...

No, the subdials are running seconds, minutes elapsed  and hours elapsed.

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Gorgeous Zenith, B. Love the backside as well
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Quick and dirty in my office...
No, the subdials are running seconds, minutes elapsed  and hours elapsed. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


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