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    Picture My unholy ungrail (with nicks and dings) ...

    I like it thus far ... very much. It's a pre-owned Omega 2503.80.00 which I intend using as a daily wearer ... will mostly be cycling between this and my Zeniths. I've decided to gift the JLC to my dad, think this one's a bit beat up for that. I love the shade of blue of the dial, appears dark and mysterious when the light is low. The bracelet is very comfortable and the watch sits nicely on the wrist, think the dial is just about the right size. Now, onto the images!













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    Re: My unholy ungrail (with nicks and dings) ...

    What lovely nicks and dings~Cheers!

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    Re: My unholy ungrail (with nicks and dings) ...

    Those aren't nicks and dings. Those are character marks. It shows you the watch has been around a bit and still has moxie. Congratulations on another fine purchase.
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    Re: My unholy ungrail (with nicks and dings) ...

    Fits the wrist nicely - congrats.

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    Re: My unholy ungrail (with nicks and dings) ...

    Great all-purpose watch. It's impossible to capture that dial in a photo, it needs to be seen in person.

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    Re: My unholy ungrail (with nicks and dings) ...

    Classic and classy, at least you won't cringe so hard when you knock against a door jam.

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    Re: My unholy ungrail (with nicks and dings) ...

    Beautiful watch. I love the aquaterra - really defines subtlety.

    Yet another watch I have on my "list".
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    Re: My unholy ungrail (with nicks and dings) ...

    Quote Originally Posted by emmanuelgoldstein View Post
    Those aren't nicks and dings. Those are character marks. It shows you the watch has been around a bit and still has moxie. Congratulations on another fine purchase.
    That is true, it looks great with them as well ... 'tis a watch to enjoy!
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    Re: My unholy ungrail (with nicks and dings) ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Klostrophobic View Post
    Fits the wrist nicely - congrats.
    Thanks a lot!
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    Re: My unholy ungrail (with nicks and dings) ...

    Quote Originally Posted by ulackfocus View Post
    Great all-purpose watch. It's impossible to capture that dial in a photo, it needs to be seen in person.
    That's true, the dial is really something. I think it's a bit more subtle (and stealthy) than the white dial version.
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