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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    Quote Originally Posted by rudestew View Post
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    its got a couple of links with screws , the bracelet steps down rather than tapers down and the last few links on each end are the same width , very straight forward tbh.
    Oh I see.. I had long time ago a vintage Rolex with a riveted bracelet, and it was all rivets, you couldn't remove any. I thought this may be the same but with some more sophisticated adjustement inside the clasp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panerol Forte View Post
    I have the exact same feeling toward the snowflake hand. I really like the aesthetics of those modern Tudors, but can't get over the hour hand. It's while searching their website to see if I could find models with different hand that I stumbled on THC Blue; It is like a modern interpretation of a 70s chronograph with crazy graphics. It's too bad it has an Eta based movement instead of an inhouse.
    Yea, quite personal and subjective but I just can't do it with that hand . . . unfortunately I don't enjoy complications either so a chronograph will never rest on my watch case. They have some dressier pieces without the snow flake too if I remember correctly but those are not aesthetically pleasing, at least the ones that I saw, yea picky, picky, picky but it's our money so we buy what we like right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AL9C1 View Post
    I think that a good looking watch you’re interested in Panerol. I think Tudor original designs are not bad at all. Bigger sizes and different materials would be great. Their bronze models are bad ass. Some titaniums would be great too. Their Rolex sized, Rolex looking, dive watches are just bogus. That black bay hour hand will prevent me from ever buying. Might be the worst hour hand ever.


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    Agree on the hour hand... It's funny how it divides opinions. Some hate it and won't buy because of it, others love it and buy because of it. I am not aware of another brand that suffers the same issue (Breguet maybe?). I am sure that Tudor must be aware that they may be loosing a lot of potential customers; how hard would it be to offer some models with "normal" hour hands?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panerol Forte View Post
    I noticed on their website that the movement is based on the Eta 2892 with a chronograph added to it. I know nothing about this movement, can you tell me if it's a reliable and fairely accurate movement?
    Reliable yes and when you need it serviced they replace the module and don’t bother servicing that part...essentially less glamorous than a integrated chrono mvt .

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    Re: Opinion on Tudor

    When in doubt Panerol get an Omega you know that is the answer



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    Quote Originally Posted by jmanlay View Post
    When in doubt Panerol get an Omega you know that is the answer


    Now that you are here J, I know that the thread is safe, I can go to sleep.
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    It's getting late, thank you all for your feedback, it was very instructive. I hope I won't wake up to some drama tomorrow morning. Stay safe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmanlay View Post
    When in doubt Panerol get an Omega you know that is the answer


    I tried to wade through this thread but fell asleep halfway through. Omega is definitely not the answer but maybe a Seiko MM300 is:


    Even better might be your limited edition green MM300 which I suggest your showing in attempt to wake up this group and maybe create a little drama on this sonorous thread.

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    There as asked by 59



    On a more serious note I owned a BBB and for some reason it looks massive in that shot when the MM300 looks fine but the slab side was too much . I loved the bezel action the bracelet was very nice and the colors were spot on .




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    The brand ambassadors detract more customers than the snowflake hands
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