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Thanks for the video. Interesting case design and I've never seen titanium shine like that (or maybe I have but didn't realize it was Ti.) The self lined croc strap is new to me as well.

VC has been using croc lined croc straps on some of their more expensive pieces for a while.  

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Numero dos.









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Man, that was fast. Congrats Foo.
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^ I realise that it's subjective and that others may disagree, but in the above wrist shot, at least, that watch just looks farcically large on your wrist.

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Video review as promised



Brilliant review and fantastic watch. Love the moonphase!
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I'm looking to find an automatic Blancpain watch, to replace the one I sold in 2010🐱
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Super busy and catching up on TWAT. Hope everyone is doing okay! Mimo my man, congrats on the kop!

On my wrist yesterday: significantly smaller than the DSSD D-Blue...

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Nice. I need to get a brown strap for mine.
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Numero dos.









 

Nice watch but its eating you up :stirpot:

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^ I realise that it's subjective and that others may disagree, but in the above wrist shot, at least, that watch just looks farcically large on your wrist.

 



I don't disagree. It's a fantastic piece but Foo, that watch is wearing you.
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^ I realise that it's subjective and that others may disagree, but in the above wrist shot, at least, that watch just looks farcically large on your wrist.

 



I don't disagree. It's a fantastic piece but Foo, that watch is wearing you.

Well, I didn't buy it to necessarily keep it. The intention is to leave it unworn and sell--unless I absolutely love it, which I'm not sure about. It is highly redundant vs. the 372, and needlessly more precious.
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that watch is wearing you.
My exact thought upon viewing.
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Well, I didn't buy it to necessarily keep it. The intention is to leave it unworn and sell--unless I absolutely love it, which I'm not sure about. It is highly redundant vs. the 372, and needlessly more precious.

 



Well then I hope it works out marvelously well for you as an investment.
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Congrats, Foo. Gorgeous piece. Like the 372, a statement piece.
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