You know the good thing about smaller models?

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    Picture You know the good thing about smaller models?

    ... you can wear two!


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    Great solution..

    This way, you don't need a GMT complication or even an UTC module

    I did remember somebody who wears even more watches and I found a picture of him:



    Mr Hayek...

    Kind regards,

    Cinq

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    Re: You know the good thing about smaller models?

    Nice
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    Re: You know the good thing about smaller models?

    Hmmm

    My smallest B

    But totally never going to go to the sales yard.

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    Re: Great solution..

    Quote Originally Posted by Cinq View Post
    This way, you don't need a GMT complication or even an UTC module

    I did remember somebody who wears even more watches and I found a picture of him:



    Mr Hayek...

    Kind regards,

    Cinq
    I wore two watches for almost 12 years (one on each arm) until both broke within about 30 days of each other....This is when I joined the Breitling club...I am working on getting a second Breitling to add to my collection.....
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