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  1. Is this a good one to go for? This and the Blancpain are winning it still have a soft spot for BR03 Diver... don't really know why though
  2. I don't quite find 45 degrees as offensive, lol. Design wise I often think symmetry is not nessescary and is used when a designer/artist has a lack of information/imagination or purposefulness about thier subject. Of course there are exceptions, but as a general rule. Really appreciate the iwc and chopard thank you! And the jewellers! Cool. Amazing thanks will check them out Loving these proportions. Bezel/lug/dial ratios. Perfect. Thanks @everyone appreciate the input keep it coming! Is box and papers a must? Almost all the ones I'm looking at
  3. Sorry yes still getting the hang of bbcode I bet. I'm in Cardiff, Wales. No idea where I can see a Blancpain. Hopefully not too far away.
  4. Hi, I'm trying to decide on a piece I can wear for everything. This is my first watch and at the age of 31 I am running out of reasons not to buy a watch for myself. I can't find a fiancé which comes with an engagement offering, or parents that will produce a graduation present. So I'm looking at either a more practical Bell & Ross BR02/BR03 Diver or a Blancpain FF (2200-6530-66) or a IWC. Any other suggestions welcome. All I know is I don't want something too recognisable . Would like something a bit different. The Blancpain FF with the black bezel is where I'm currently leaning, thanks i
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