Snowflake hands on a Monte Carlo 70330? Anyone?
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    Snowflake hands on a Monte Carlo 70330? Anyone?

    This is by far my fav Tudor just the right amount of funk. Just picked the grey dial up for the second (third?) time in a trade. Searched the Google for any images of snowflake hands installed but came up empty. Anyone ever seen it with snowflake hands installed, and is this a terrible idea?

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    Re: Snowflake hands on a Monte Carlo 70330? Anyone?

    IMHO, it should be the other way around. The THC hands should be on the BB Chrono since they are larger near the stem and smaller over the sub dials making them easier to read.
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    Re: Snowflake hands on a Monte Carlo 70330? Anyone?

    Please don't give Tudor any more ideas for that!

    Snowflake hands were fine on the Snowflake Submariners and are great on the Pelagos, but are awful on everything else.
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    Re: Snowflake hands on a Monte Carlo 70330? Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by bettenco View Post
    This is by far my fav Tudor just the right amount of funk. Just picked the grey dial up for the second (third?) time in a trade. Searched the Google for any images of snowflake hands installed but came up empty. Anyone ever seen it with snowflake hands installed, and is this a terrible idea?

    Thanks in advance for all you sage guidance.

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    BTW, I was an early adopter of adding the cyclops to mine as well. Looks great on the THC.
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    Re: Snowflake hands on a Monte Carlo 70330? Anyone?

    I have those hands on my THC Blue rather than the stick type ,I have never seen another blue with them .I think it works really well

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    Re: Snowflake hands on a Monte Carlo 70330? Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by LM24 Jay View Post
    I have those hands on my THC Blue rather than the stick type ,I have never seen another blue with them .I think it works really well
    Got a pic? Did you buy it new w/ that handset?
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    Re: Snowflake hands on a Monte Carlo 70330? Anyone?

    Yes it was new from a AD supplied in the uk will get some posted as said I have never seen on line or other wise a parts bin THC perhaps
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    Re: Snowflake hands on a Monte Carlo 70330? Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by LM24 Jay View Post
    Yes it was new from a AD supplied in the uk will get some posted as said I have never seen on line or other wise a parts bin THC perhaps
    Interesting....never seen that before either. Look forward to the pics.
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