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Ulysse Nardin: The El Toro !!!

I remember the AD of the model with Rose Gold, that was amazing, went with AP ROO RG rubber clad instead and havn't really used it .
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By: MilDiver
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Ulysse Nardin: Thats a beautiful watch.

Often , the dress watches with "no bezel" wears larger then the official size. BTW more and more I tend to search those beaten underdogs companies like UN. they makes great products, just look at the dials I just posted, and poor resale plus change of hands and un successful managements / owners / i
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By: MilDiver
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Horological Meandering: The secrets behind the dial - part II

Another great company (a workshop - studio is a better term ) was founded some 50 years ago by Francis Donzé . It is called Donzé Cadrans and makes some of the great enamel dials in the industry for many companies. Ulysse Nardin , that was one of the leading clients, was smart enough to acquire them
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By: MilDiver
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Horological Meandering: Absolutely.

Its all about passion
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By: MilDiver
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Horological Meandering: +1 . Indeed.

I'd buy the watch just for the dial
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By: MilDiver
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Horological Meandering: The secrets behind the dial

There are 2 types of subcontractors: Those that are used to "cut costs" they make everything cheaper. for example? a Plastic / Nylon cover for a car dashboard to make it look like a genuine wood Jag dash. The 2nd are those that have expertise in what they do, and its not always cheaper, but its bett
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By: MilDiver
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Officine Panerai: Great 217. Always had a sweet spot for it.

Its, for me, an "inverted 127 Fiddy and has the MM on the dial.
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By: MilDiver
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Seiko: Congratulations Horo! .

That's a definition of a grail. Beautiful piece.
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By: MilDiver
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