- Jul 24, 2009
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I can see Armstrong's ass.
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I was in Orlando this week and saw a Hublot Classic Fusion Blue. I’ve trashed that brand my entire life. I kind of liked it. Like, really liked it. Don’t @ me.
The new Hydroconquest has ceramic Basel and nicer action then Aquis (plus no back play). Exclusive movement on the Longines as well. Plus 20% cheaper. Again both are entry level Swiss diver.I've never had any complaints regarding the movement, but have experienced the wobble when setting the time (it just feels a little looser than it should) on my Aquis but not my Divers 65 (which is newer). When I picked up my Aquis, I looked at the Hydroconquest as well. It was no contest in a side by side comparison. The bracelet, case design and ceramic bezel blew the Hydroconquest out of the water. It definitely looked like the cheaper watch. I have no familiarity with the Rado.
My issue with the Aqua Terra (not having tried one mind you) is that I'm pretty sure I'd prefer the 38mm size, but the dial I want only comes in 41mm.@Purplelabel very nice.
Interesting take. I suppose if I decide to get one, I will need to try on the medium size. The larger size (now sold) always felt just a tad too large for me, hence my desire for the 38mm. I am also considering a white dial, since the blue may be too close to the recently acquired sub. Regardless, I need to enjoy the sub for a while before adding to the collection.