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    Martenero, kinda intersting . . .

    Aesthtetics I like, dunno anything else about other specifics, ymmv . . .

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    You Dirty [email protected]@rd. Now I like this watch...
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    Re: Martenero, kinda intersting . . .

    I remember reading about them in an article about American watch companies. I agree, I thought they had some decent looking designs. And I like the customization feature.
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    Re: Martenero, kinda intersting . . .

    Hmm. :) Maybe.
    I like all 4. You've got a classic clean and simple, and 3 that give some touches of character and individuality...and then you can make your own flash. :) AND they're offering 42 and 38...I really like that.

    EDIT: Miyota movements, too...which, now, is probably better for us than ETA.
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    Re: Martenero, kinda intersting . . .

    These are pretty eye catching, I love the customization, it's a really nice touch.
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    Re: Martenero, kinda intersting . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by gangrel View Post
    Hmm. :) Maybe.
    I like all 4. You've got a classic clean and simple, and 3 that give some touches of character and individuality...and then you can make your own flash. :) AND they're offering 42 and 38...I really like that.

    EDIT: Miyota movements, too...which, now, is probably better for us than ETA.
    Good point!!
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    Re: Martenero, kinda intersting . . .

    I'm impressed with the Ascent in particular, and have spent way too much time playing with different combinations of face/dial/hands. The twist lugs are nice and remind me of the blue Omega Aqua Terra - not the same level of refinement of course, but it's not fair to compare a $595 watch to a $6k watch in that respect. They clearly did their homework on pricing, as I can't seem to find anything else out there that offers the same value for the price for this style of watch.
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    Re: Martenero, kinda intersting . . .

    I got an Ace in marine blue in a new smaller 38mm size the other day. The 38mm also uses the Miyota 9015 which is a nice touch compared to the 821A used in the 42mm Ace. The twisted lugs, dial design, hands, size, love everything about it.

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    Re: Martenero, kinda intersting . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by metrocon View Post
    I got an Ace in marine blue in a new smaller 38mm size the other day. The 38mm also uses the Miyota 9015 which is a nice touch compared to the 821A used in the 42mm Ace. The twisted lugs, dial design, hands, size, love everything about it.

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    Wow, that looks nice, congrats!!!
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    Re: Martenero, kinda intersting . . .

    Yea what catches my eye about this brand is the level of customization that they offer. I'm still waiting to hear more from owners before buying but things do look promising.

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