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  1. 11 hours ago, AVO said:

    Sorry, I missed this yesterday. I have the black dial version and it’s fantastic. Enjoy!

    I don't think the pictures do this watch justice, the Sealander looks good on pics online, but in person it's much better looking, and size, finishing, legibility etc it's just perfect, really, really happy i decided to buy it, think this is going to be a very popular range for CW. :)

  2. 10 hours ago, Littlelegs said:

    I really like the look of the green dialled sealander, but that looks good for a white dial with white hands. Unfortunately re the green dial I’ve just got other avenues for the funds at the minute - camper van needs some work.

    Enjoy your purchase.

    The green dial looks good too, had a hard time deciding between the two, but white won out in the end. Hopefully your funds improve and you can get the green dial soon. :)

  3. 5 hours ago, al_kaholik said:

    Its a lovely watch, alas too big for me I feel. 

    I've small wrists but it fits me fine.

    There are different sizes of this watch, the one i have is the, Rado HyperChrome Automatic R32115113,  Rado: Caliber 658 (ETA 2824-2) and it's 38.7mm diam, i know they also do the bigger 42mm size and i think in 44mm as well, which is too big for a dress watch for me, although maybe fine for folks with big wrists.

    https://www.jurawatches.co.uk/products/rado-watch-hyperchrome-automatic-r32115113

    Although when i got it in their January sale in 2020 it was an even bigger saving, it was reduced to a absolute bargain price of £664. :)

    Jura/CW Sellors always slip in some really good bargains in their sales, just need to be quick and eagle eyed.

     

    3 hours ago, Jet Jetski said:

    That's what I noticed, good design.

    Agreed, very good design with not just look but functionality in mind, some crowns, while they may look good in relation to the overall look of the watch, are an absolute nightmare to get a grip of to wind let alone to pull out.

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  4. 11 hours ago, Jet Jetski said:

    That looks super adaptable to different straps and occasions, the crown looks interesting, and the dial is plain gorgeous!

    This is probably a better pic to see the dial & Crown. The crown has a small ridge which makes it super easy to pull out for changing date and for winding. As you see it originally came on a bracelet, but looks equally good on a strap.

    Rado HyperChrome Automatic R32115113  {Rado Cal 658 (ETA 2824-2)} (5)

    The strap was from www.poljot24.de,

    it's the '9010Pensa Leather strap Juchten RIOS1931' in Cognac.

    https://www.poljot24.de/en/uhrtypen/uhrenbander/lederband-pensa-juchten-rios1931.html

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  5. 4 hours ago, RTM Boy said:

    For me if, for whatever reason, anyone feels reluctant to wear a watch for fear of what might happen to it, it rather negates the point of owning it.

     

     

    Agreed, although i can get a wee bit (just a wee bit :whistle:) OCD with new watches and try as far as possible to keep them scratch free, if i own it i wear it, no point in collecting dust in a box. If fear of damage was to stop me from wearing a watch, then I wouldn't be buying that watch.

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  6. 15 hours ago, Bricey said:

    But ended up going off on a tangent for something left field.....

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    I'm thinking of wearing this on my left hand and the Nomos on my right, and then swinging my arms as I walk and chanting "I'm @JayDeep, now I'm @yokel, nope I'm @JayDeep, whoops I'm @yokel, etc...." :laughing2dw:

     

    That's a lovely looking watch. :thumbsup: Been eyeing up the blue dial for while, but haven't quite decided will i or won't i yet.

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