Wow. Always be on guard.
I can understand the attraction though. That is a very cool reference.
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Yes, I should have reached you for this search! Perhaps another titanium Royal Oak will come along...
I bought one
One of the most beautifully finished ROC out there, just gorgeous BUT so fragile, the finishing, just one scratch anywhere and the watch is ruined, I wore it 5 or 6 times but then I gave up on it. I need a watch that is tough and can take can take a beati...
I know it my Brother.
Perhaps one day you and or I would get one. A piece to wear, but perhaps a but more carefully.
Love that size and dial configuration...
Sometimes I think the new chronos have oversized logos, letters, and numbers. Something about the proportions of the older RO Chronos are elegant and well balanced! Peter