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Been spending last few nights catching up on post since 2014. Got inspired to get a TWAT worthy watch! Make a guess?
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Lange gets my vote.
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A take on watch selfies in the weekend FT.
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Just bought this little thing. Tudor Submariner 79090 on a Rolex 93150 bracelet. The bracelet will end up on my 1680.:)

 

I got it for 2700 bucks. Recently serviced, never polished and full-set. I think it's a really fair price.

 

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Beautiful.

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Beautiful.

I love it and I love Tudor. This is so much cooler compared to a 16610 if you ask me.

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Originally Posted by mildundklar View Post

Just bought this little thing. Tudor Submariner 79090 on a Rolex 93150 bracelet. The bracelet will end up on my 1680.smile.gif

I got it for 2700 bucks. Recently serviced, never polished and full-set. I think it's a really fair price.



Hell of a deal for a great watch! Congratulations smile.gif
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Hell of a deal for a great watch! Congratulations smile.gif

Thank you. Bought in Sweden and Tudors can be a bit tricky (sorry, a coincidence) to find, especially fullset and in great condition. :)

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Just bought this little thing. Tudor Submariner 79090 on a Rolex 93150 bracelet. The bracelet will end up on my 1680.:)

 

I got it for 2700 bucks. Recently serviced, never polished and full-set. I think it's a really fair price.

 

 

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Great looking watch, Congrats!!!

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Tudors can be a bit tricky (sorry, a coincidence) to find
Coincidence, you say? sly.gif
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Hi!

So this is 38mm on a 6.5mm wrist (I think that's my wrist size can't remember - I have a thin wrist) and not sure about it. 
I was hoping for a more dressier (that color strap) watch to wear with like a suit or just a shirt and tie. 


Is this face too big for my wrist? 


Thanks! 
(And the advice last time deifnitely was super helpful! smile.gif)

Looks good - pretty versatile, I'd say.
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Originally Posted by mildundklar View Post

Just bought this little thing. Tudor Submariner 79090 on a Rolex 93150 bracelet. The bracelet will end up on my 1680.smile.gif

I got it for 2700 bucks. Recently serviced, never polished and full-set. I think it's a really fair price.
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Very nice and a pretty good buy.

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I love it and I love Tudor. This is so much cooler compared to a 16610 if you ask me.

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Thank you sir.

I gave that a try, but personally 40mm is pretty much my sweet spot.

I hear you. Sometimes it takes a couple tries. smile.gif

PAM449 and new RRL shirt


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That combo is working well for you @jhcam8
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Very nice and a pretty good buy.
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16610 has no soul if you ask me.😎
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