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  1. No, I haven't received that yet
  2. No - I ordered it with the GMT Bezel, but also ordered a separate Divers Bezel - however. that hasn't come yet.
  3. Got mine delivered today - just shows the quality that some microbrands can produce - a big thumbs up to Ewan Wilson Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. Well it was touch and go that this was going to get funding - but it made it in the end - and I’m so glad it did. Another fantastic watch from Ewan Wilson and his Newmark company - the Newmark 71 [emoji846] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. Mine came just in time for Christmas [emoji846] Must say I’m very pleased with it - it comes across as a quality piece [emoji106] #isotopewatches Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. A bit late - but Merry Christmas everybody! Santa bought me this today - the Isotope Goutte d’Eau Nordblad - which is a homage to the Finish freediving World Champion Johanna Nordblad #isotopewatches Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  7. Has to be the IANOS Avyssos as it’s unusual Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. Hi - sorry for the delay in replying - but my notifications don't appear to be working!? Yes, the quadrant is a sub-second function. It revolves so you can tell the watch has not stopped and does have lume in the coloured quadrants - so yo can see its working in the dark too. The watch is not only manufactured to a very high standard - but there's a lot of thought that has gone into its design too Sorry - missed you question - yes, its revolves so shows you the watch is running
  9. It comes with a pull through style one piece leather strap which suits it quite well. It also comes with a NATO [emoji846] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I got this delivered in the post today. It’s the first watch that I ordered from Kickstarter and was a bit nervous about how it was going to turn out. However, I needn’t have been as it’s really superb and the creator had obviously spent a lot of time getting the details right. It has a hand wound ETA 7001 in it - and more of its design influence can be found on their website here https://www.ianoswatches.com/the-ianos-avyssos Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Looks a great event. I have one of the Isotopes - their Compressor style diver - on order. The Alkin also looks very nice - as do the Pinion’s. Thanks for the post
  12. I must admit - I like the look of a lot of their watches - but something has always stopped me buying one (usually the purchase of another make ). However, I think their newish moon phase is quite intriguing (although a tad overpriced) - so who knows, might take the plunge soon
  13. I have my first Yema on order - the Superman Heritage in Bronze - so I hope people like them
  14. Likewise - my first 'Decent' watch was a Tissot - and F1 TS/X2 so I've also had a soft spot for them. I went through a phase of buying some Vintage ones, such as a 1920's pocket watch, a 1950's bomber automatic, a Navigator with a Lemania 1343, another with a Valjoux 7733 - and others. Lately I've moved away from more established brands and have bought quite a few Microbrand offerings - which are also excellent value for money Yeah - I have the black faced version of that too. Had to send it back to them twice to get it regulated - but now is very accurate. I got it because at the moment I have to travel a lot overseas - but to be honest (now I'm getting older) I find even the larger modern version is hard to read the cities - and its also made me realise how I much prefer watches with descent lume
  15. Blimey - no offence but 9 doesn't seem many? But each to his own
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