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singular it's maybe just been a couple of years since i looked at the rolex selection not a couple of decades. but i think i'm confusing my models, i meant a ceramic pepsi bezel that you cannot swap out. similar to this but in a red/blue color combo. would you happen to know if it's in the works or not? great thanks!

http://www.rolex.com/en#/rolex-watch...116710ln-0001/
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Originally Posted by nightrune View Post
singular it's maybe just been a couple of years since i looked at the rolex selection not a couple of decades. but i think i'm confusing my models, i meant a ceramic pepsi bezel that you cannot swap out. similar to this but in a red/blue color combo. would you happen to know if it's in the works or not? great thanks!

http://www.rolex.com/en#/rolex-watch...116710ln-0001/


As said - no, the 116710 is not available with a blue/red bezel insert.

/M
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Picked up this JLC Master Comp. Chrono a couple of weeks ago, loving it so far:
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At first I had no desire for this piece. A few years later I was smitten. Still seaking to identify. It's busy dial runs counter to my usual taste. The uniqueness of the MCC pulls me in.... Exquisite design. Mine gets a good bit wrist time. Enjoy yours.



Quite versatile.



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^^^The pics of the JLC look good, both sets of pics. I'm not a big fan of complications, but this watch looks really good.
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Really, really, really want this watch. However, Tudor doesn't distribute in the US and the demand for this one based on the forum talk is going to be huge. Probably have to wait until a few start hitting the FS sections.

I like it too and am thinking of it, but if I do it then I am selling both my Sub and AT as I want to get down to one if I can....

However the price along with a module based movment gives me pause....just doesn't seem worth it at that point to me.
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completely agree, this is the 'one watch' that i might sell my speedie and explorer for.
so they are only available in continental europe?
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Hello,
I am new here and I would have to say right now I am more into watches than clothing but that is changing and I hope to be a contributing member. Here is my Oris Artellier that I like to wear when I dress for business.
Cheers ....

Can anybody identify this strap? I've seen it on a JLC Reverso as well in this thread...
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Can anybody identify this strap? I've seen it on a JLC Reverso as well in this thread...

Hirsch Riva.

/M
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Douchy or not?
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Managed to track down this GO, arrived yesterday. Am thinking to go with ABP for a chocolate croc strap with creme stitching.





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Can anybody identify this strap? I've seen it on a JLC Reverso as well in this thread...

http://www.fredawatchstraps.com/riva.html
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Anyone else dying to see the entire outfit?
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