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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by TJ Boogie View Post
    Tudor's transgressions at Baselworld are almost unforgiveable. We've been over this, but it really was that bad.
    I have to confess - I have a guilty hankering for the champagne dial BB41. I found some of the more bold/blingy stuff quite interesting and adventurous - and it's also tipping me to get out of my comfort zone and buy a watch that I wouldnt otherwise consider (such as their regular BB/BB58s - nice watches, but I find better value higher and lower in the price chain).
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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by vkalia View Post
    Slightly OT - what's this "OoO", "Brother of OoO", etc that i am seeing here recently?
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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Stop the Tudor bashing. They are awesome watches. However to wear one effectively you need to have a man’s wrist. The pre ‘58 Black Bay’s wear big but are without doubt is the most legible watch I own.

    My ETA based Black Bay runs at plus half a second. Has been for over a year. Name:  IMG_6357.jpg
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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by Galaga View Post
    Stop the Tudor bashing. They are awesome watches. However to wear one effectively you need to have a man’s wrist. The pre ‘58 Black Bay’s wear big but are without doubt is the most legible watch I own.

    My ETA based Black Bay runs at plus half a second. Has been for over a year.
    Dang it that looks so good, maybe I can have the hand replaced . . . scratch that, probably not worth the cost (to/for me).
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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by vkalia View Post
    Slightly OT - what's this "OoO", "Brother of OoO", etc that i am seeing here recently?
    PM'd you V so as to keep thread on track . . .
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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by Panerol Forte View Post
    Hello to you all. First, I would like to say that I was hesitant to open this thread after what happened with the same Rolex thread, but I am sure that with Tudor, it will be different. The thing is that the only time I saw a Tudor in the flesh in an AD, it was in the 80s, and I was shocked how cheap it looked...
    Opinions vary.

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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by Galaga View Post
    Stop the Tudor bashing. They are awesome watches. However to wear one effectively you need to have a man’s wrist. The pre ‘58 Black Bay’s wear big but are without doubt is the most legible watch I own.

    My ETA based Black Bay runs at plus half a second. Has been for over a year. Name:  IMG_6357.jpg
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    +1 sec a day!
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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

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    +1 sec a day!
    and people want to put on an ETA 2824. When regulated properly they are up there with the best.
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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by mav View Post
    I think most were. I had really thought they were going to reintroduce their version of the Sub in some form, maybe another BB edition, with the movement coming from the BB58. Their IG teasers almost confirmed it in my mind but they trolled everyone. I also hoped that they would have updated the Ranger, North Flag and Heritage Chrono with newer movements and smaller case sizes.

    But instead they gave us the P01. Yuck. I commend them for doing something different but it’s still whack.

    I agree with TJ - Most can forgive them for a bad 2019 but they can’t screw up Basel 2020. It will be a defining year for them.
    As much as a POS the POS1 is I loved what Tudor did what the build up....



    ......A fantastic lesson to about not jumping to conclusions
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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by Msiekierski View Post
    I may be a minority opinion here, but I prefer the Tudor of yesteryear. Rolex casing, ETA movement. Can be serviced by any watchmaker with no issues. The new ones seem to be too bulky and trying to capitalize on the “vintage” or “heritage” look. That said, I love my blue 79090 sub and don’t consider it “poor man’s rolex”.
    Going back few pages...Mav, that snowflake looks great!
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