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    Lightbulb Definitely worth your time >>>

    In my humble opinion..... the Villemont (Swiss) watch collection is definitely worth your time to take a look at: http://www.villemont.ch/

    Let me know if I'm mistaken
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    Re: Definitely worth your time >>>

    Nice website,

    The dials are very nicely executed, classic models, but nothing new I reckon.
    The language they use is a bit over the top (IMHO), I hope there is room for another (expensive?) brand with eta technology inside, but I think it's getting more and more difficult.
    Any information about prices yet?

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    Got a new watch, divers watch it is, had to drown the bastard to get it!

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    Re: Definitely worth your time >>>

    Quote Originally Posted by WatchUseek Admin
    In my humble opinion..... the Villemont (Swiss) watch collection is definitely worth your time to take a look at: http://www.villemont.ch/

    Let me know if I'm mistaken
    Is it just me or is this what we may expect where the questionmark is?
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    Sounds very interresting...

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    Re: Definitely worth your time >>>

    Nope, sorry, this isn't the mystery brand I'm expecting to have in stock this November
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    Re: Definitely worth your time >>>

    Quote Originally Posted by WatchUseek Admin
    Nope, sorry, this isn't the mystery brand I'm expecting to have in stock this November
    darn.

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    Re: Definitely worth your time >>>

    Nice dials and nice cases, but I would expect something more than a decorated eta especially if they charge over 1200€ for their selfwinding watch .
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    Re: Definitely worth your time >>>

    Grand !!!

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    Wink Re: Definitely worth your time >>>

    The dials of the Aston range remind me of Vacheron Constantin somehow...B-)
    Even a broken watch shows the correct time twice a day

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