Time is something invented by the Swiss to help sell more watches
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bendy Wrote:Congrats on the new watch - I was looking at one of those at the AD the other week and appreciate how simple and understated they are, enjoy!
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Mark Fleminger Wrote: I would be interested to know how you chose white face over black. That's the kind of choice that would keep me awake at night!
DénesAquatimer 3548, Ingenieur 3227-02, Ingenieur 3239-04, Mk XVII LPP, Ocean 2000 3504
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DénesA Wrote in reply to:whichwatch Wrote: Hope to see more pictures soon. Maybe a wrist shot?Some of you asked for a wrist shot, but in all these years I never quite figured out how to take a good one. So here's my level best attempt:And for those of you who asked for a review: I'll do one better. A comprehensive comparison of the Inge 3239 vs the Omega Aqua Terra 8500. Not everybody will agree with me, but I always thought that comparative reviews are more informative than standalone ones.
whichwatch Wrote: Hope to see more pictures soon. Maybe a wrist shot?
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DénesA Wrote in reply to:Mark Fleminger Wrote: I would be interested to know how you chose white face over black. That's the kind of choice that would keep me awake at night! You might think so, wouldn't you? Actually, it was surprisingly easy. I already have two black face IWCs and a blue one incoming. I also used to have an Omega Aqua Terra with the same configuration (white dial, polished hands and indices) so I knew that readability will not be an issue, nor would versatility be compromised.Of course, given unlimited funds, I would have bought both, plus an 5001 with the ardoise dial and one with the silver dial, and a mesh bracelet for the latter two, plus a GST Alarm and I could go on, but you get my drift.
Best RegardsMark@constellation_mWhat a family we belong to and have become
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