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Is Green still a thing?

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Great thread and I reckon that green can be a very good colour for watches. I was aware myself that green as a watch colour has been given some publicity over the last couple of years or so, but I doubt it will ever be THE colour of majority choice. I notice that all the watches shown so far on this thread have pretty sober shades of green, but even quite vibrant greens can really make a watch "sing". 

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I’m not a fan of green unless it’s grass, just never liked it, saw the new Tag Heuer Carrera’s yesterday, they have a green version. 

it’s just a personal thing, but boring like blue and black with a little bit of red and or gold. 

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2 hours ago, Karrusel said:


Similar model (at a much higher price) is available from another manufacturer. :tongue:


Yep correct,  a real one and not an overpriced Micky Mouse copy from another manufacturers with no R&D, no budget, no design team and no original ideas.

I suppose from a distance some blind people might be fooled by them.


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5 hours ago, rhaythorne said:

Green's been a fashionable colour for watches since the 1950's.  I can't see any reason why that would change now.

I recall buying green dialed field watches for hiking in the early 90's - usually Timex. They weren't much kop though. 

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