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    Crisis avoided!

    We're doing a lot of remodeling on the house and I thought we were going to run over budget and I would have to sacrifice the recently purchased Hamilton Pan Europ. After crunching some numbers it looks like we're good to go and the Hamilton is safe. Here are a few pictures I took today on the about to be torn down deck. The strap is a Di-Modell Rallye.

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    Re: Crisis avoided!

    HA! Crisis avoided indeed!!

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    Re: Crisis avoided!

    Glad you didn't have to sell the Pan-Europ, it looks great on that Di Modell. BTW, how comfortable is it? I put a Hirsch strap on mine, but went back to original recently, it just wasn't comfortable.
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    Re: Crisis avoided!

    this is an awful dilemna perseus -whether to sell or move the family into rented accomodation and keep the watch -if the situation changes send us some pix of new abode!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cal8500 View Post
    Glad you didn't have to sell the Pan-Europ, it looks great on that Di Modell. BTW, how comfortable is it? I put a Hirsch strap on mine, but went back to original recently, it just wasn't comfortable.
    I don't have a lot of experience with after market straps but I'd give the Di-Modell Rallye a 10 out of 10. It's very comfortable and feels solid and well made. It's just the right amount of thickness while still shaping to the wrist well. All that and I think I only paid less than $50 from forum sponsor Freda Watch Straps - Watch Straps by Hirsch, Di-Modell, Hadley Roma!

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    this is an awful dilemna perseus -whether to sell or move the family into rented accomodation and keep the watch -if the situation changes send us some pix of new abode!!
    Thanks for looking out Shameless. .....no politics....
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    Re: Crisis avoided!

    That's good news...
    Enjoy the Hamilton and the renovations!

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    Re: Crisis avoided!

    You know, I've never really been into chronos but ever since Joma had that sale, and these hammys began popping up with more frequency, I must admit that this particular watch has definitely grown on me. I'd be tempted if it ever went back on sale.

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    Re: Crisis avoided!

    Glad to hear you have avoided the crisis,it would be a loss if that watch been sacrifice such a beautiful indeed.

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    Re: Crisis avoided!

    Good for you!
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    Re: Crisis avoided!

    I'm glad to see that things worked out. I must admit that I think your priorities may be a bit skewed for WUS though, most here would move into a trailer home before parting with a watch that beautiful...
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