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Unboxing a grail - Rado


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So, I foolishly clicked on a link from here to the Ernest Jones 25% off everything sale (which wasn't true btw as about 5 brands were excluded) only to discover one of 5 "obtainable grails" was included with interest free credit as well as the discount. I mentioned this to my wife and she said it would be foolish not to get it. What a woman :inlove:

But what could it be?  Stay tuned.

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It's flippin gorgeous. 42mm. I went with the black because 3 of my other grails will have blue dials and also because it seemed right for a classic dive watch. Love the hands, the spinning anchor

So, I foolishly clicked on a link from here to the Ernest Jones 25% off everything sale (which wasn't true btw as about 5 brands were excluded) only to discover one of 5 "obtainable grails" was includ

How you or anybody else can bear to do a photo shoot grail opening is beyond me!  let’s see the Captain Cook! 

I assume it has a film protecting the crystal....

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But no, it's fogged up. Fortunately just on the outside because it was so cold in the van. Manual says don't expose to temperatures less than zero degrees centigrade. Hmmm.

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8 minutes ago, bridgeman said:

How you or anybody else can bear to do a photo shoot grail opening is beyond me! 
let’s see the Captain Cook! :notworthy:

I was wondering if that's what it is and what size and colour! I keep looking at the damn things.

Beat me to it! Is that right, not less than 0c?

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Very nice :yes: congratulations

As for the temperature range it seems pretty standard amongst other Swatch brands such as Longines, Hamilton, Omega etc

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1 hour ago, kanab22 said:

Yes, I was very surprised by that.

"Exposing" being the key word. It'll be fine tucked under your sleeve even on the coldest of days, body temperature will keep it cozy. Nice catch. :thumbsup:

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