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    Mido All Dial

    Hello everyone,
    I am thinking of buying a Mido All Dial, the Titanium model. Does anyone here own one?

    From what I have researched, they seem to be a good watch, but not that well known.

    Here is a pic of the one I like.....



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    Re: Mido All Dial

    I haven't owned one, but have heard really good things about them. i would say the quality is higher than tissot and hamilton. Having looked at them too, they seem to use chronometer movements in a few of their watches.

    I like their designs because they seem clean and legible. The one thing they could do is use less writing on their watches, but that is a small minor complaint of mine. Other than that I would go for one, especially the one you are looking at.
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    Re: Mido All Dial

    I just sold my Mido All Dial Diver (blue dial version). It's a top-quality watch that looks and works great. There's real attention to detail in these watches and I found mine to be a very accurate timekeeper. The only reason I sold it was because it was just a tad small for my tastes.
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    Hey thanks for the replies.

    I will go and haggle with the AD as he has had it in the window since February!

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    Re: Mido All Dial

    Quote Originally Posted by thodgins
    I haven't owned one, but have heard really good things about them. i would say the quality is higher than tissot and hamilton. Having looked at them too, they seem to use chronometer movements in a few of their watches.

    I like their designs because they seem clean and legible. The one thing they could do is use less writing on their watches, but that is a small minor complaint of mine. Other than that I would go for one, especially the one you are looking at.
    I own a Mido Multifort. Small by today's standards and it has a clean and timeless look to it. A lot of watch for a not a lot of money.

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