Tudor snowflake hands - love 'em or hate 'em?

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    Tudor snowflake hands - love 'em or hate 'em?

    I like the looks of so many Tudor models but I just cannot handle the snowflake hands. Wondering if I'm out in left field here...
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    Re: Tudor snowflake hands - love 'em or hate 'em?

    The snowflake hands are a trademark of Tudor watches much like the Mercedes hands of a sports Rolex.

    There are plenty of choices out there in the watch world and if you don’t fancy the snowflake hands, then do you like the Mercedes hands better? If so, buy a Rolex.

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    Re: Tudor snowflake hands - love 'em or hate 'em?

    I appreciate the branding aspect and it has the added benefit of historical significance. Works for me.
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    Re: Tudor snowflake hands - love 'em or hate 'em?

    I love the snowflake hand. Not only because I find it pleasing visually but because it is supremely functional - a glance at the watch and I instantly know the time. I can't say that about all of my watches.

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    Re: Tudor snowflake hands - love 'em or hate 'em?

    Quote Originally Posted by FishTime View Post
    I like the looks of so many Tudor models but I just cannot handle the snowflake hands. Wondering if I'm out in left field here...
    You’re not alone in left field here. I too could not bond with the snowflake hands. It was too “minecrafty” for me.
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    While I did not care about the snowflake hands in pictures, when I actually pruchased my own i started to like very much. The sec hand is jus stunning. Also being another symbol of tudor is really cool.
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    Tudor snowflake hands - love 'em or hate 'em?

    Absolutely love 'em, for reasons stated already. Attractive in a solid and substantial way, functional (visibility), the Tudor DNA/tradition, and different in a good way.

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    Re: Tudor snowflake hands - love 'em or hate 'em?

    Love 'em and will own a set before too long.
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    Just my $0.02 as always.

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    Re: Tudor snowflake hands - love 'em or hate 'em?

    Really disliked them, but they grew on me.
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    Re: Tudor snowflake hands - love 'em or hate 'em?

    I hated them until I went and saw them in person. Now I love them and own a BB58. Go see them in person if you haven't already.

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