Modem Burner... Bronze Aeronauta

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    Modem Burner... Bronze Aeronauta

    This piece have the best Blue color I think in the market... also the design is so beautiful, so well designed... If Anonimo follow that route the Bright future can be so close !


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    Re: Modem Burner... Bronze Aeronauta

    I just saw it... in the left side has a plate like the Firenze Dual Time Drass Gold
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    Re: Modem Burner... Bronze Aeronauta

    That's pretty nice. I like the strap on that one.
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    Re: Modem Burner... Bronze Aeronauta

    I like the new hands that Anonimo is using. They have more character than the older style hands imho.

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    Re: Modem Burner... Bronze Aeronauta

    Quote Originally Posted by Torquem View Post
    I like the new hands that Anonimo is using. They have more character than the older style hands imho.
    Those are the ones in the Cronoscopio
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    Re: Modem Burner... Bronze Aeronauta

    I always said here on the forum that this is the best of Anonimo's new models.

    Yes, they need to move more in this direction - understated, yet detailed dial design and other more sophisticated touches.

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    Re: Modem Burner... Bronze Aeronauta

    That's a very nice one..I totally agree..The blue is very subtle..Very nice..The strap also looks well made..I really dislike the gap of the strap on both sides near the insert. This one seems to have a tighter fit..Guillermo

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    Re: Modem Burner... Bronze Aeronauta

    Meh...not feeling it...

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    Re: Modem Burner... Bronze Aeronauta

    While I appreciate seeing recent models, and despite the pleasing color scheme, I think at real size, the airport designations and 24 hour dial are much too small to be of any practical use, and I also don't see the need for the outer minute indicator rim, so this watch is much too busy for me.
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    Re: Modem Burner... Bronze Aeronauta

    Yeah the airport designations are too small to read (the same as the cities on the GMT dial for the Argonauta... in fact that font is possibly smaller) At least with the Argonauta the dial looks like a sunburst....

    However, this case is beautiful - retro, classic yet still contemporary in feel. I prefer the more detailed dials also, especially the Glauco (and I like the Aeronauta) yet they should be more practical.

    Are Anonimo fans sort of splitting into two camps? I used to prefer the Anonimo models (quirky sometimes great, quirky sometimes quirky for the sake of it) loved their individuality, but of late I have to say I prefer the more styled, more sophisticated feeling of the Dino Zei line.

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