Take the Marine for a walk

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    Take the Marine for a walk

    I have owned this Marine for over 3 years now and I just smile every time I look at it. The elusive creme dialed Marine. It spends much of it's time in its cage and let out for special moments.

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    Re: Take the Marine for a walk

    Very nice!

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    Re: Take the Marine for a walk

    Indeed lovely. Even after 3years.

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    Re: Take the Marine for a walk

    I like that clear dial - without a date window.

    A wonderful watch,


    Volker

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    Re: Take the Marine for a walk

    it looks vintage at 3 years old! Beautiful!

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    Re: Take the Marine for a walk

    That's a really beautiful piece; simple, clean lines. I hadn't seen the cream dial/no-date version before. Is it an auto or a handwound movement?
    // Rob




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    Re: Take the Marine for a walk

    It should be the same as mine ( at the top ):



    Seems to be only another dial colour.
    The movement is a 2824-2 auto.


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    Re: Take the Marine for a walk

    Yes, I thought it might be an auto...thanks, Volker.

    It's such a small thing; but I am surprised by the big difference the lack of date window makes on that dial. I'd love to see that option revived.
    // Rob




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    Re: Take the Marine for a walk

    Nice piece. I have not see those hands on a Marine before.

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    Re: Take the Marine for a walk

    Probably hands of the "Ikarus":




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