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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    I'm not a fan of Rado Diastars, the big mirror polished area around the dial is just too much for me. And it must be made from some scratch-resistant stuff like Rado did them otherwise it's gonna get ugly very fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G. I. View Post
    I'm not a fan of Rado Diastars, the big mirror polished area around the dial is just too much for me. And it must be made from some scratch-resistant stuff like Rado did them otherwise it's gonna get ugly very fast.
    It is a common shape from the 70's. Some like it some others don't. Thanks for the feedback anyways.

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    A very very outstanding portfolio Depa. Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaykay91 View Post
    A very very outstanding portfolio Depa. Great job!

    Thank You very much. Trying my best :)

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    Some beautiful work my friend. Keep up the good work

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    Hi Guys, Just wanted to show off with some fresh designs. Comments are welcome. As always


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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

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    MAN!!! Look at that big... CANNON!!! This reminds me of those big gun tanks!


    Cartier TANK? Should take a hide now!
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    MAN!!! Look at that big... CANNON!!! This reminds me of those big gun tanks!


    Cartier TANK? Should take a hide now!
    It is definitely a watch for those who love to feel their watch on their wrist. Chunky as hell.

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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Attachment 5386258

    This is one would be a blast to wear.
    Really liking the contrasts and compliments between the case and dial textures, the pushers are beautifully integrated and the hands are styled perfectly.
    The case would be a bit of a scratch magnet, but would be completely worth the Cape Cod Cloth work to keep it pristine.
    Beautiful work!!
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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Quote Originally Posted by marlowe55 View Post
    Attachment 5386258

    This is one would be a blast to wear.
    Really liking the contrasts and compliments between the case and dial textures, the pushers are beautifully integrated and the hands are styled perfectly.
    The case would be a bit of a scratch magnet, but would be completely worth the Cape Cod Cloth work to keep it pristine.
    Beautiful work!!
    Yeah, thanks. That watch will really be a killer. I love big chunky watches.

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