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Old 20 February 2020, 12:06 AM   #31
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that is fantastic. I hope to see one at an upcoming event at the AD.
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Old 20 February 2020, 12:26 AM   #32
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That's rather nice and a bit different. Congratulations.

I wouldn't mind one of those. Maybe one day.
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Old 20 February 2020, 01:32 AM   #33
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When I first saw the Tudor range at my local Rolex Boutique a couple of years ago I was amazed. I love how the dial is designed with such amazing clarity and legibility. Got the GMT that day and I can confirm your statement regarding the in house movement. Buttery smooth to a point it has become so addictive to wind. The larger crown adds to the winding experience that I found way more rewarding and pleasant than winding my Rolex.
Congrats, you'll love it more with time. Tudor goes so well with many straps particularly Natos.

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I am a little last posting this but got this beauty about a month ago. I have always been a bronze fan so when Tudor came out with this slate grey dial, I knew I had to have one. I almost bought the brown dial last year but I am glad I waited. Bought it brand new from a dealer in Missouri when I was there for work and had it shipped to me. I really have to give it to Tudor on their new movement. It is amazing!! I love the power reserve on this thing, I tested it and got 76 hours out of it. Wind the movement and you really get to feel how amazing the movement is.

The tudor strap is extremely comfortable, probably one of the most comfortable straps I have ever had. I like it so much that I bought another one, just to have it. But also trying this watch on different straps to give a little more formal look.

What do you guys think?

Good watches are made to tell time but some brands are obsessed to tell it in the most beautiful way possible.
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Old 20 February 2020, 01:43 AM   #34
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Thatís awesome!

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black bay bronze , bronze , tudor

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