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I hate the Internet sometimes - following my post above I thought I'd just take a quick look to see what Milgausses were selling for in the UK. Found an unworn 2016 model (green glass, black dial) for £1000 off the list price with the 5 year Rolex guarantee. Couldn't resist *shamefaced*

Congrats!! That's a beauty. My favorite Milgauss.
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Re: the Cartier Drive series, I personally just don't "get" that particular case shape.

To the point that I actively dislike it.

Don't axe me to explain, because I can't. Something about the ... symmetry (?) ... which isn't even the right word, I know.

But hey, I've missed the boat before on such things. It may be a huge hit for them.

And I haven't seen it in person yet, either. So maybe I should just keep my mouth shut happy.gif
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I'm looking to purchase a tool to remove links from watch bracelets at home.  I've come across two different tools:

 

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and

 

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Which of these are the better option?

 

Thanks in advance!!

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I prefer the bottom one.
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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post

I prefer the bottom one.

Is it easier to use? Or does a better job?
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Originally Posted by Winot View Post

I hate the Internet sometimes - following my post above I thought I'd just take a quick look to see what Milgausses were selling for in the UK. Found an unworn 2016 model (green glass, black dial) for £1000 off the list price with the 5 year Rolex guarantee. Couldn't resist *shamefaced*

I don't see what the problem is.
post #2107 of 4021
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Originally Posted by mosy View Post

Is it easier to use? Or does a better job?
It's easier to use. Much easier than trying to hold the punch right on the pin and swing a hammer at it.
post #2108 of 4021
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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post


It's easier to use. Much easier than trying to hold the punch right on the pin and swing a hammer at it.

thanks much

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Today Panerai Pam 127
post #2110 of 4021
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Originally Posted by Texasmade View Post

I don't see what the problem is.

I've spent a lot on watches recently - need to slow down a bit.
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Thread Starter 

Three days to incoming....

 

 

(Why I feel the need to share that I don't know...sorry...I'm just excited)

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You don't want to play the tease game about what you've got on the way? devil.gif

No hints?
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Thread Starter 
It's not a Maurice Lacroix made specially for me and my friends. Actually it's not either.

I've posted a pic of one on my wrist in the old thread.
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In that case, congrats.
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;-)
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Today I'm wearing my Pam 195



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