True to my online moniker I'm not really tired or sleeping tonight. Stumbled upon this limited edition release of the BB online. Damn, the new color looks tasty.
I was really lucky and able to put my name down for one!!
They released a few small articles in papers in the UK a couple of weeks back and people were able to choose which number (out of the 100 being released) they wanted
Green with gold bits is quite nice. The distressed strap they use on the BB red with some green stitch on it would really pull it together.
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Not Seiko: Parmigiania Tonda 1950, Zenith El Primero Chronomaster, Piaget Upstream, Muhle Glashutte Seebataillon GMT, Eterna Madison Spherodrive, Vulcain Cricket 1951 Classic, Bell & Ross Space 3 GMT, Bulova Accutron Astronaut (c. 1966), Omega Speedmaster triple date, Sinn 556 Anniversary LE, IWC Cal. 89 (c. 1957), Glycine Airman SST-12, Pulsar Date II (c. 1971), Scurfa Diver One, G-Shock Rangeman 9400, Vostok Classica
Seiko: Grand Seiko SBGT035, Credor Node GCAT996, Grand Seiko 5641-7000 (1972), "Ashtray Tuna" 7C46-6009 (1987), 6139-7069 "Blue Eye" chrono (1974), Bell-Matic 4006-7012 (1971), King Quartz 9223-5000 (1981), Seikomatic J13044 (1963), 6119-6400 UFO (1974), King Quartz 5855-5000 (1977), Silverwave 8221-5020 (1980), Majesta 9063-5020 (1984), SKX399K "Philippines"
Didn't expect the green and gold to go so well together! A nicer shade of green as a Rolex Hulk imo.
Really cool find. I love the green text on the dial
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I would rather not list every watch I flipped
Tudor's heritage black bay.... now in GREEN colour! And with 64GB Hard disk!
Uh no ok... my fault.
What's gonna be the nickname of this one? Just curious. I hate watch nicknames.
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