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    NOMOS Zurich or Pelagos Blue

    Getting a great deal on NOMOS Zurich. $2550 includes box, papers, proof of purchase, extra strap, etc.

    However, to supplement the purchase I will need to sell a watch I currently own. I own two Tudors. So I figure I would let go of the Pelagos and keep the Black Bay (wedding gift/more versatile)

    What do you guys think?
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    Re: NOMOS Zurich or Pelagos Blue

    what color dial on the nomos? if not blue, i'd flip the black bay, but you're kinda stuck given it's a gift. decisions...

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    Re: NOMOS Zurich or Pelagos Blue

    Quote Originally Posted by krh7 View Post
    what color dial on the nomos? if not blue, i'd flip the black bay, but you're kinda stuck given it's a gift. decisions...
    It's the Blue one ofcourse!
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    Re: NOMOS Zurich or Pelagos Blue

    What model Zurich?

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    Re: NOMOS Zurich or Pelagos Blue

    Hard to say. Both are superb watches. I would personally sell the black bay and keep the Pelagos and Nomos ... and then deal with wife
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    Re: NOMOS Zurich or Pelagos Blue

    Quote Originally Posted by Karlisnet View Post
    Hard to say. Both are superb watches. I would personally sell the black bay and keep the Pelagos and Nomos ... and then deal with wife ��
    It's more than dealing with the wife. It has sentiment. It was my first luxury watch that she helped me get. Difficult to put a price on that. The Pelagos is a beauty. But I've wanted this NOMOS for awhile. So, while it is difficult to part ways - I will have to.

    Will send a wrist shot when I get the watch in.
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    Re: NOMOS Zurich or Pelagos Blue

    Work overtime and keep the Pelagos.

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    Re: NOMOS Zurich or Pelagos Blue

    Zurich, but i live in Zurich so i am biased. ;)
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    Re: NOMOS Zurich or Pelagos Blue

    The Blaugold is stunning and offers something a little more different than the Pelagos if you’re keeping the Black Bay.
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    Re: NOMOS Zurich or Pelagos Blue

    Keep what you like, flip what you don't.
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