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The Skeleton (not) in the cupboard


Chris_Dixon
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Had a friend over last night and got into a conversation about our respective watch collections, whilst supping some single malts.. Great night.. Anyway I digress.

We both love to see watch movements on show and have a few watches with backs that show the movement, but we both agreed that we fancied a skeleton watch would be a good, but both of us have never found something that looks quite right. I don't really like the look of full skeleton fronts, and I've found a few with semi-dials that I like, like the fossil ME3083 (which although cheap captures the kind of look I'm after) . So, my question is, do you have a skeleton (or semi-skeleton) watch that you really get on well with, that could inspire me?

 

 

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43 minutes ago, RWP said:

 

These were in Argos......Miyota non hacking....and they are still there but with much reduced specs.........and price.   

It's a funny looking thing that. The "machined precision" font looks like the incredible hulk font. I guess if you have to write that on the watch, I'm wondering just how precise it is. 

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