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Old 4 September 2019, 10:58 PM   #1
budz316
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116515LN rose gold black dial oysterflex or 126715CHNR?

116515LN rose gold black dial oysterflex or 126715CHNR? What would you choose? Which one would be a forever watch? Is the brown bezel of the CHNR tiring to look at after some time? Thoughts pls. Disregard the price difference. Thanks


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Old 6 November 2019, 08:14 PM   #2
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Oysterflex

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Old 7 November 2019, 11:49 AM   #3
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Chnr

I would recommend CHNR. I donít like the way oysterflex sits on the wrist. If you havenít tried it, make sure you do before you would purchase... very weird IMHO.

I have a 126711 CHNR and i love love the bezel. Very eye catching. You will get far more compliments since itís the supercase with the cyclops. I just sold my Daytona 116500. It was very low key and no one knew it was a Rolex, which I did not like... I feel the oysterflex makes the Daytona look even less ďRolex likeĒ.
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