I had a blue dial VCO, I'm hoping they decide to release a titanium version as well
Rolex GMT II BLNR
Omega SMP 2254.50
Ulysse Nardin Classico
Hermes Slim d'Hermes
Audemars Piguet 15300
Vacheron Constantin Overseas
Jaeger LeCoultre Tribute to Deep Sea vintage chronograph
Rolex DateJust41 126300
Rolex Daytona 116500
IWC 3239 Laureus
Rolex Explorer II 216570
Speedmaster Co-Axial 9300
Omega Aqua Terra 2503.33
Omega Aqua Terra 2502.80
Speedy Pro 3572.50 w/ a Panda dial (three times)
Speedy Pro 3570.50 (several times)
I narrowed down to VCOS 3rd gen and AP 15300 and chose VCOS because it looked more cooler to me. Despite being less desired and the 15300 having gone up $4-5K in value since, I still feel I made the right decision "for me."
But I will say all things equal, I must have an on the fly adjustable bracelet. My wrists fluctuate too much through the day.
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Were you able to walk in to the dealer and grab one or did you have to wait? I know last year it was impossible to find one at any dealer in the world.
Black dial ones can be grabbed at AD/boutique, the blue and silver ones have waitlist.
Depends where you are. I visited some dealers a couple weeks ago in New York City and there were three blue ones available amongst the various dealers. And there has been basically at least 1 every time I have ever popped into one in Manhattan.
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I recently spoke to an AD about a blue one and was told that it would be a 4 month wait.
Honestly all, I am really tired of this steel sport watch craze.
I think I was over it a while now.
I am not sure how long this market will support the bubble.
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