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    Regret selling my SBGH267. Easing the pain with this SBGH269.

    Title says it all. I purchased the SBGH267. Sold it 6-12 months ago. Now regretting and beating myself up over that one. So, I did the only thing I knew how to do. I called my AD and asked what limited editions were in stock. Was directed to the SBGH269. Googled it.

    Not missing the 267 so much anymore.

    Apologies in advance to those with an arm hair phobia.

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    Re: Regret selling my SBGH267. Easing the pain with this SBGH269.

    I love my 269 but am considering selling it. I just don't do formal much any more. I am surprised the ADs have not sold out.
    I don't have too many watches! I have too few wrists!

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    Re: Regret selling my SBGH267. Easing the pain with this SBGH269.

    Looks like a great upgrade to me.

    Enjoy it.
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    Re: Regret selling my SBGH267. Easing the pain with this SBGH269.

    Congrats. Love my 269. GS LEs have a way of being available long after most expect not. Good catch.

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    Re: Regret selling my SBGH267. Easing the pain with this SBGH269.

    Nice one. The 269 isn’t one I would buy, but I can certainly appreciate the craftsmanship that went into that dial.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sergeant Major View Post
    I love my 269 but am considering selling it. I just don't do formal much any more. I am surprised the ADs have not sold out.
    The 269 is formal?? We have very different takes on what constitutes formal.



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    Re: Regret selling my SBGH267. Easing the pain with this SBGH269.

    Unusual dial color, but looks great.
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    Re: Regret selling my SBGH267. Easing the pain with this SBGH269.

    Hi

    I really like this one. Unusual and lovely!

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    Re: Regret selling my SBGH267. Easing the pain with this SBGH269.

    Spending your way out of sellers remorse is great unless you get buyers remorse of course. Don't think that will happen with this one tho...
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    Re: Regret selling my SBGH267. Easing the pain with this SBGH269.

    Stunning replacement...you did well.
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    Re: Regret selling my SBGH267. Easing the pain with this SBGH269.

    I prefer the 267, but I prefer more formal watches. Yes I also don't think the 269 is formal. But it is a very nice unusual watch. Having both is ideal, maybe.

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