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    New 38mm and 40mm dive watches

    As well as the forthcoming Smiths Caribbean 40mm watch, Timefactors have two other new dive watches in prototype stage - A Dreadnought 38mm and a Smiths 'Baby Willard' in 40mm. The Dreadnought of course was the original of that case design but Timefactors didn't patent it....

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    Have there been any updates on the Caribbean that I missed? Is it still a go?

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    Are these some kind of collaboration with Docvail? I’m confused by the NTH logo on the dial.
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    Re: New 38mm and 40mm dive watches

    i like what i'm seeing here!

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    Re: New 38mm and 40mm dive watches

    I'd be totally on board for the smaller "Willard" 6105 homage or the (not pictured) 36mm Speedbird release, but nope: https://forums.watchuseek.com/f71/se...s-5113937.html
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    Re: New 38mm and 40mm dive watches

    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteSand View Post
    Have there been any updates on the Caribbean that I missed? Is it still a go?
    Eddie put a message on his own TZ-UK forum a couple of weeks ago saying that the protypes had been produced from his first artwork rather than the updated artwork so they were being redone - going to be quite the range when these three come out along with the existing Precista and his non-dive watches.

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    Re: New 38mm and 40mm dive watches

    Quote Originally Posted by mike120 View Post
    Are these some kind of collaboration with Docvail? I’m confused by the NTH logo on the dial.
    NTH stands for New Time Horology apparently a Timefactors trademark and was intended to differentiate these from the previous larger (size case) limited editions. Eddie says the NTH logo will not appear on the finished watches. There was quite a bit of discussion on this on his own TZ-UK forum pointing out the confusion that could arise.
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    Re: New 38mm and 40mm dive watches

    They had me at "Dreadnought 38mm"
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    Re: New 38mm and 40mm dive watches

    Quote Originally Posted by mconlonx View Post
    I'd be totally on board for the smaller "Willard" 6105 homage or the (not pictured) 36mm Speedbird release, but nope: https://forums.watchuseek.com/f71/se...s-5113937.html
    Are you not on record as saying you'd never buy a Timefactors watch … but yet you were now totally 'on board' ... until the NTH thing. Axe to grind perhaps?

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    Re: New 38mm and 40mm dive watches

    Quote Originally Posted by drumcairn View Post
    Are you not on record as saying you'd never buy a Timefactors watch … but yet you were now totally 'on board' ... until the NTH thing. Axe to grind perhaps?
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