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Originally Posted by zjpj83 View Post
lovely!

+1. That's not a 1945, is it?
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Originally Posted by jaymanjones View Post
Do you like?

No. Not at all.
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Originally Posted by Grammaton Cleric View Post
No. Not at all.

No need to be rude old sport... Some people just can't handle a diamond watch...
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Originally Posted by jaymanjones View Post
No need to be rude old sport... Some people just can't handle a diamond watch...

yeh, the only males that wear diamonds are females and the trendy
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Originally Posted by ginlimetonic View Post
yeh, the only males that wear diamonds are females and the trendy

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post #6067 of 48312
Nice.
post #6068 of 48312
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Originally Posted by jaymanjones View Post
Do you like?
Nope, looks like a cheap replica, it may be real, but it looks vulgar and cheap.
post #6069 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Concordia View Post
I love the looks of those. I just wish they weren't all above 40mm.

The correct name is Dornbluth. They have released this year 35mm watches. They are intended for ladies, but the design is almost the same.

They don't look big once you use them. Is not a classic watch in terms of size (I wouldn't wear it in a wedding) but for everyday work with suit in the office is great.

In my blog you can find some pictures of mine, I reviewed it a few days ago.
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Originally Posted by economiayocio View Post
The correct name is Dornbluth.

The correct name is Dornblüth...

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Thanks guys for feedback.

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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post
Surprisingly (for me), I like this one too.

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Originally Posted by medtech_expat View Post
I like this as well. Is it the pic angle, or is that an unusually chunky bezel?

It have angle a little. Maybe you can see it on this photos






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Originally Posted by zjpj83 View Post
lovely!

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Originally Posted by Grammaton Cleric View Post
+1. That's not a 1945, is it?

Yes it is Richeville
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My search for a new Mark XV finally paid off; picked this up today after a three month wait:



The book was a gift from my AD
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Thanks for all your comments

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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post
I said I liked it.

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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post
I said I didn't

Dont know why I missed both your comments the first time. Thanks again

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Originally Posted by StephenStyle View Post
I've got pretty much the same model in Rose Gold.

Can't remember the last time I wore it. Doesn't seem to go well with anything. Don't think I've warmed to rectangular watches but it's certainly quite distinctive.

I love rectangular watches and a form movement is a big draw for me. DOes your model have the new JLC movement ?

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Originally Posted by Warren G. View Post
Eh not a big fan.
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Does your model have the new JLC movement ?

Nooo it's quite an old one. Just a standard Auto ETA. I quite like the update to mine in that line-up:



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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post
My search for a new Mark XV finally paid off; picked this up today after a three month wait:


The book was a gift from my AD

Tillykke!

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