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  1. Yeah, that's the one. It looks good on the braclet. Enjoy.
  2. Tudor Black Bay 41. I got one for my 50th a couple of years ago. Great watch and you can wear it with anything.
  3. I offered £50 plus P&P and the offer was declined. Just thought I would let people know incase anybody else was thinking of bidding. (I won't be bidding again) As previously explained, this watch once belonged to my son, and it was my son who sold it to the current owner. My son has checked his ebay history and he sold it 4 years ago for £45.44. Good luck to anybody who is interested. It was always a nice watch.
  4. That sounds like my son's old watch. It was orginally one-handed and then Roy added a second hand. I've just checked my old posts and when my son decided to sell the watch, it was posted for sale on the forum in September 2016 but did not sell, due to lack of interest, and was subsequently posted, and sold, on Ebay in 2017.
  5. Max Bill Auto https://www.junghans.de/en/collection/watches/junghans-max-bill/?p=1
  6. I have the BB 41, it is my daily wear and the timekeeping is excellent, despite it taking a few bump and bangs. I have a 17cm wrist and the Tudor Nato fitted me well. However, I keep it on the bracelet as the Nato was a pain when it got wet.
  7. And they are currently doing "daily specials". So keep checking their website and you might get a good deal.
  8. Tudor BB 41 €2,800 I wear it every where. Last summer, I went from rural Ireland to New York and drove down to the Gulf of Mexico and then back up via Florida and Virginia; no bother. Most people don't care about watches, and as for muggers, use your senses and don't go to places which make you feel uncomfortable. I sent the first 50 years of my life living in a city and trust me when I say a mugger can always spot a viticm. It's how you act and carry yourself, not the watch, which makes you a target. Also, you soon forget the value of your watch if you wear it everyday. Enjoy your watch and wear it in good health.
  9. What about a Max Bill Chronoscope?
  10. https://time.is Set your watch using this site, and then check later on. It even tells you accuracy of synchronization on whichever machine/wifi you are using.
  11. Nomas Club 701 https://nomos-glashuette.com/en/club/club-701 Max Bill Chronoscope https://www.junghans.de/en/junghans-collection/watches/maxbill/maxbill-maxbillchronoscope/027-4600-00/model/detail.html
  12. Here's the link https://www.christopherward.co.uk/events/jansale2020
  13. For my 50th birthday the wife said she would buy me a watch of my choice. I orginally considered a Rolex Explorer, but instead opted for a Tudor BB36. When I recieved my present, the wife had bought a Tudor BB41 instead. It was a brilliant mistake on her part. The Tudor BB41 is a very versatile. I wear it daily. It is a very sturdy watch equally at home with a suit, casual wear and also swimming in the Wild Altantic Way (ie. County Kerry). My wrist is 6 3/4 inches. I am a big fan of both the Tudor BB 36 and 41. You can't go wrong.
  14. I kind of disagree. The fabric strap which came with my BB41 is excellent. Far superior to any Nato strap I have ever come across. https://www.tudorwatch.com/magazine/article/the-fabric-strap
  15. No, logo still at 9. See the link below for more photos. http://horology.world/forums/topic/36-new-christopher-ward-c60-trident-mk3-designs-for-2019/?fbclid=IwAR3CZsKcO3SSyOvLV52kjoTXwueYFNeSI1SYqa65sHxK-mQVtcWUXaMGKRA
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