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    New Arrival "historic" ANONIMO!

    I was looking at the professionale line but suddenly this one came up and I just had to take it. Seeing it in the flesh is simply astonishing and makes me aware even more of the incredible product ANONIMO has been making. Everything about the watch is simply astonishing. Finish is awesome, beadblasted sides and brushed upper case and bezel. The dial is incredible in the flesh. What a finish. No picture I ever saw on the net had me prepared for this. The bonus on this one? It came with something rare wich made me jump all over it!!!!!!









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    others

    Seiko Marinemaster MM300 SBDX001
    Seiko Marinemaster MM600 SBDB001


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    Re: New Arrival "historic" ANONIMO!

    The Dual Time on the metal bracelet- how cool is that!

    The new Dual Time rendering does not bear comparison with the initial or the second version with the globe spanning the subdials. One aspect I dislike on the new version is the subdials match in size- it just feels lazy- whereas the subdials on the two original versions are distinct from one another.

    I do not think I have ever seen close up shots in this colour scheme...the grey, silver and black look fantastic together, especially against the bracelet. Fantastic!

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    It's just fantastic man is very cool that one was the second on my collection !

    Enjoy it man !

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    Re: New Arrival "historic" ANONIMO!

    The bracelet is crazy. I thought they didnt exist...

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    Yes exist and is an adaptation from older really historic nimos.

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    Re: New Arrival "historic" ANONIMO!

    Sorry for the lousy pics..I promise to get out the lightbox and make some close ups as these just don't do the watch any justice..
    Last edited by torromoto; April 26th, 2013 at 22:51.
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    Guillermo


    Current NIMO's

    ANONIMO GLAUCO BRONZE /DRASS (bezel), black dial
    ANONIMO GLAUCO II BRONZE, black guilloche dial

    others

    Seiko Marinemaster MM300 SBDX001
    Seiko Marinemaster MM600 SBDB001


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    Re: New Arrival "historic" ANONIMO!

    Interesting looking-piece...But why design something like this with TWO separate movements? Lazy watchmaking in my book

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    Re: New Arrival "historic" ANONIMO!

    Very cool. Love the look.

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    Re: New Arrival "historic" ANONIMO!

    Quote Originally Posted by korneevy View Post
    Interesting looking-piece...But why design something like this with TWO separate movements? Lazy watchmaking in my book
    Well, if one is broke you can still wear the watch and tell time because of the 2 independent movements LOL!!
    Best regards,
    Guillermo


    Current NIMO's

    ANONIMO GLAUCO BRONZE /DRASS (bezel), black dial
    ANONIMO GLAUCO II BRONZE, black guilloche dial

    others

    Seiko Marinemaster MM300 SBDX001
    Seiko Marinemaster MM600 SBDB001


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    It's so cool having 2 lil movements for sure

    In one piece... Always wanting that the one at 6 could be placed on top as main because day and date.

    The caseback is super good looking !

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