42mm or larger partial skeletons?

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    42mm or larger partial skeletons?

    Hi all, I'm wondering what options are out there of at least 42mm PARTIAL skeletons that are somewhat dressy. Let's just pretend price is not an issue--I want to see the dirt cheap options and the absurdly pricey ones. Pics very welcome. Thanks.

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    Re: 42mm or larger partial skeletons?

    I don't have any pics, but we discussed these on the Affordables forum about a week ago...

    There is a product line called "Folio" that is being sold in Wal-Mart stores. My local store has four models for sale (two round dial and two square dial) including one with a partial skeleton and one with an open-heart. Priced at $74 each.

    Here's a link to the discussion thread:
    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=198794

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    Re: 42mm or larger partial skeletons?

    Epos do quite a few partial skeletons and seem to offer good value for money. Here's one from their website :-


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    Re: 42mm or larger partial skeletons?

    I think that one is under 42mm...but I'll check them out.

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