Sophisticated, sporty, classic
The blue dial chrono certainly rubs me the right way for some reason.
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It's the contrast of the strap.
That white dial design is quite sharp...
"The stuff that dreams are made of…" - RGM ‘801 EE Motor Barrel’
Seriously underrated brand. I've still got to pick up a SAR Flieger Chronograph one of these days.
I had a 29er Big. Most accurate watch in my collection at the time.
Tudor Heritage Black Bay Blue
I have to say I was also impressed with the whole package of the Muhle's.
I have a SAR Rescue on bracelet. Very comfortable and accurate.
Built like a tank and feels solid on my wrist. I wish my wrist was big enough to be able to wear SAR Flieger Chrono.
It's an awesome looking watch.
I dislike the day date on chronograph, the SAR Rescue is a big basic for sure
I just got my first Muhle - Marinus Chronograph Fulda Challenge and I'm loving it. I've had several Sinn, Nomos, Nivrel and Limes and I believe the quality exceeds them and it seems to be incredibly robust. The only nitpicky criticism I have so far is the lack of a micro-adjust for the rubber strap. You have to cut the length just perfectly. But the rubber strap is really nice.
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