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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by drhr View Post
    PM'd you V so as to keep thread on track . . .
    I’d love to see that PM although given your frequency you’d be regarded as a Cousin of OoO
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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by Quartersawn View Post
    Opinions vary.

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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by Panerol Forte View Post
    5513 circa 1967-1968

    Compare the bracelets
    They are the same bracelet because both my watch and the one you show have Rolex 93150 bracelets. Both are replacements for the older folded link OEM bracelet. Both watches originally came with a 9315 folded link bracelet (the Tudor had a Tudor clasp). There is also a Tudor equivalent of the Rolex 93150 which is the Tudor 78500.

    Not a great shot but you can see the sides of the links.

    BTW, 1968 subs did not have applied indices, they had printed dials. So if it is from 1968 the one you illustrate has a replacement dial.

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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by Quartersawn View Post
    They are the same bracelet because both my watch and the one you show have Rolex 93150 bracelets. Both are replacements for the older folded link OEM bracelet. Both watches originally came with a 9315 folded link bracelet (the Tudor had a Tudor clasp). There is also a Tudor equivalent of the Rolex 93150 which is the Tudor 78500.

    Not a great shot but you can see the sides of the links.

    BTW, 1968 subs did not have applied indices, they had printed dials. So if it is from 1968 the one you illustrate has a replacement dial.

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    Thanks for the info... it's too complicated to keep track of the past, that's why I stay away from vintage. The watch I posted is from
    https://www.bobswatches.com/vintage-...3-no-date.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnar_917 View Post
    I’d love to see that PM although given your frequency you’d be regarded as a Cousin of OoO
    Will PM you the verbiage paraphrased
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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Stylistically, a Rolex is going to look better just off perception to other people versus a Tudor. That being said, I personally like Tudor's GMT Pepsi and would be proud to wear it. Rolex's looks better, has better finishing, better movement, etc. But those Rolex GMTs go for some crazy money (which is subjective of course), and unfortunately money IS an object to a lot of us.

    Watches are all personal preference, right? Either way you're getting a great watch.
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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by drhr View Post
    Dang it that looks so good, maybe I can have the hand replaced . . . scratch that, probably not worth the cost (to/for me).
    Not hard to do it takes 5 mins if you know what you are doing all you need is the right size hands the right tool which is cheap and voila . Honestly not a biggy: remove case back , remove crown, drop the whole thing remove hand and reverse wash it ;)
    Then get it tested for h2o résistance done .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmanlay View Post
    Not hard to do it takes 5 mins if you know what you are doing all you need is the right size hands the right tool which is cheap and voila . Honestly not a biggy: remove case back , remove crown, drop the whole thing remove hand and reverse wash it ;)
    Then get it tested for h2o résistance done .
    Nice to know . . . I'd never do it myself (I know my limits) but if I could find a competent person to help that might work. Would like a mercedes hand, preferably a Rolex one . . . will ask around, who knows I might be showing off a new Tudor diver soon without having to spend current Rolex money amount . . . I know any service issues/warranty work that would have to get Tudor/Ad involved would prolly mandate getting the original hand back on but if Tudor/Rolex is as good QC wise as I think they are/have been with my other Rolex pieces, low odds of that ever happening, thanks for input . . .
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    Well, I have a new friend, here. I am completely satisfied.

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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    I was on WUS last night just before I went to sleep. I had a dream that I went out to buy a new Tudor White Bay Red. It was essentially a black bay with a white dial and red bezel. Horrors!


    I broke out in sweat and checked my watch and alas, it was a bad dream.
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