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    Bucherer introduces new "Blue Editions"

    Bucherer, the largest luxury watch retailers in Switzerland (they're basically like a Tiffany of Switzerland), has recently introduced so-called Blue Editions watches.

    Basically it's watches from various top brands sporting some detail(s) in Bucherer's signature deep blue color. The brands are: Carl F. Bucherer, Audemars Piguet, Chopard, H. Moser & Cie, IWC, Jaeger-Lecoultre, Longines, Panerai, and Piaget.
    With variations, we are talking 14 watches.

    Here's the link where you can see all of them: Blue Editions | Bucherer

    I am a fan of blue dials and therefore these watches interest me a great deal. I included here a picture of the one I personally like best. It's a png, so I hope it will be shown correctly. What is your take on them? Any favorites?
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    Jaeger Lecoultre Master Grande Ultra Thin Date, Bucherer Edition
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    Sea Dweller 4000, ref 116600 / Datejust, ref 116234 / Milgauss, ref 116400
    Longines Conquest Heritage 1954-2014 (#13 of 60)
    Grand Seiko SBGA011 / SBGV005
    Seiko SBBN015
    Sinn 140 A (#087 of 500)
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    Re: Bucherer introduces new "Blue Editions"

    Love blue too. Bucherer's Manero Peripheral is the most attractive to me . . .
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    Re: Bucherer introduces new "Blue Editions"

    Quote Originally Posted by drhr View Post
    Love blue too. Bucherer's Manero Peripheral is the most attractive to me . . .
    Yup, that Manero is nice. Also Carl F. Bucherer is such an underrated brand around here.

    I sent an email to JLC about the watch I posted the picture above, asking what material it is - I think & hope SS -, price and availability. This might be my first JLC...
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    Jaeger Lecoultre Master Grande Ultra Thin Date, Bucherer Edition
    Rolex
    Sea Dweller 4000, ref 116600 / Datejust, ref 116234 / Milgauss, ref 116400
    Longines Conquest Heritage 1954-2014 (#13 of 60)
    Grand Seiko SBGA011 / SBGV005
    Seiko SBBN015
    Sinn 140 A (#087 of 500)
    + others...

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    Re: Bucherer introduces new "Blue Editions"

    Interesting, what are the case sizes on the PAM & JLC? (website doesn't specify)
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    Re: Bucherer introduces new "Blue Editions"

    That Pam is gorgeous. Can't find any price info though...


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    Re: Bucherer introduces new "Blue Editions"

    Quote Originally Posted by IGotId View Post
    Interesting, what are the case sizes on the PAM & JLC? (website doesn't specify)
    Unfortunately the only stuff around is that page at Bucherer + an article at Revolution, but no mention of prices, size, etc etc. Though I would say that the JLC is probably 40mm (I say this because the only watch that is exactly like this is a 40mm, 7.4mm thin, automatic with the 899/1 movement). You are better off shooting them an email ([email protected]), like I already did.
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    Jaeger Lecoultre Master Grande Ultra Thin Date, Bucherer Edition
    Rolex
    Sea Dweller 4000, ref 116600 / Datejust, ref 116234 / Milgauss, ref 116400
    Longines Conquest Heritage 1954-2014 (#13 of 60)
    Grand Seiko SBGA011 / SBGV005
    Seiko SBBN015
    Sinn 140 A (#087 of 500)
    + others...

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    Re: Bucherer introduces new "Blue Editions"

    Moser for me. Lovely.
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    Re: Bucherer introduces new "Blue Editions"

    Moser for me also, closely followed by the JLC.
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    Re: Bucherer introduces new "Blue Editions"

    Moser and JLC are the highlights
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    Re: Bucherer introduces new "Blue Editions"

    But if you want a somewhat different shade of blue, the Carl F. Bucherer is the big winner.

    The JLC is odd. There is no MUT Date; there's only Master Grande UT Date. I presume this is the model in question, but it's odd the nomenclature is a bit of a mismatch. It looks more like the steel version, but the MGUTD comes in both white gold and steel, so it's not clear.

    My first choice would probably also be the Moser...if that's the Master Grande case, it's 40 mm, and I'd prefer just a bit smaller. BUT it might depend on the sticker shock on the Moser. I like the Bucherer a lot too, altho the date window is the usual...do we NEED it?...but the size is 40.6. Probably too big. The Altiplano is not bad, either, but it's insufficiently blue. :)
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