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Old 27 March 2020, 12:53 PM   #1
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Interesting review of a Tudor BB 5 years on

I haven't written it, but thought it was worth sharing: https://beansandbezels.squarespace.com/main/tudorbb
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Old 28 March 2020, 09:02 PM   #2
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An outstanding review! It's nice to see someone care so much about their watch that:

1. They keep it for all of five years;
2. Actually wear the sh!t out of it for that period of time; and
3. Write a reflective, thoughtful piece about their ownership, objectively putting forth both pros and cons.

Thank you for making the time to write such an honest and comprehensive review. While I haven't owned this model, I did own a Pelagos in 2018, which I loved. I sold it only because I wear suits to work and the titanium simply didn't jibe with my attire. Tudor is indeed an extraordinary brand.
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Old 29 March 2020, 12:31 PM   #3
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An outstanding review! It's nice to see someone care so much about their watch that:

1. They keep it for all of five years;
2. Actually wear the sh!t out of it for that period of time; and
3. Write a reflective, thoughtful piece about their ownership, objectively putting forth both pros and cons.

Thank you for making the time to write such an honest and comprehensive review. While I haven't owned this model, I did own a Pelagos in 2018, which I loved. I sold it only because I wear suits to work and the titanium simply didn't jibe with my attire. Tudor is indeed an extraordinary brand.
Thanks :). Not my review however, just thought it was a good perspective to share. Like you said the number of people actually sticking to a watch and using the sh1t out of it are few and far between.
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Old 6 April 2020, 08:50 PM   #4
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Thank You

Perfect!
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