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About cyder222

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  1. What I would like is to see how a Submariner 114060 would look with the crown guards reduced in size. Here is a sample pic from Rolex website.
  2. Tudor Pelagos Accuracy

    Having played in the pre-owned market for years, it's been a long time since I've had a NIB watch from an AD, but I can speak from experience having had my Tudor's serviced. I used to be a non believer in a 'break in' period, but I've noticed from a year ago that my Tudor with the ETA 2824 did indeed change from being a couple of seconds too slow per day to +3-4 after a couple of weeks of wearing. My own experience is further impacted by the fact I have 4 watches worn in rotation and the non worn watches live on a winder, where the timing tends to go a bit fast. I would say to be patient...give the watch a full wind a couple of times a week if this is the only one on your wrist, keep track via one of the on line timekeeping sites and see where it goes after a couple of weeks. You're looking for consistency, so if the watch continues to run faster than you'd like, but consistently at the same pace, then you've got a watch that just needs a slight tweak, which under warranty should be nothing more than a time inconvenience.
  3. Tudor Pelagos vs Tudor Pelagos (2.0)

    The wall is text is not so bad. I prefer the original dial but its not a deal breaker. The COSC certified new tudor movement is a big bonus. Service costs are not an issue, its only once every 5 years, and to be honest I doubt I will keep the watch much longer than that.
  4. RSC or somewhere else for service--need advice

    Try The Watch Buyers Group in Pasadena,CA. Great reviews, you can Google for their reviews. 3 years warranty, genuine rolex parts, 3 weeks turn around time, and free round trip insured UPS shipping. For $395 base service. Buy. Sell. Trade. Service. | The Watch Buyers Group
  5. Blue Pelagos new photos

    I hope the blue in the photographs is the same blue when you see it for yourself.
  6. D A Y T O N A Owners Club

    I'll have the white one please :)
  7. Pelagos Blue review

    Thanks for the pics. I'm to look at one on Tuesday...if it is still there.
  8. New Oyster Perpetual 39mm, Which colour?????

    I was going to say the purple one because it's cool but you're already thinking that!
  9. A brace of Explorers

    Old and new in one shot!
  10. 21st Watch

    Lucky man and congratulations! Throw another hash mark at the Explorer II. Its a beauty and one you'll keep for years! Congrats again and be sure to share pics once you decide.
  11. Anyone knows where can I find a used Daytona 116519 clasp? Could be the original one, in white gold, or a steel one. Thanks
  12. Rolex Explorer 39mm or Sub for 1st rolex.

    I'd vote for the Sub as well.
  13. My new Racing Ingenieur. Big and beautiful

    That's one formidable timepiece! Congrats on your new IWC!
  14. Legit Check - My first Portuguese!

    Nothing stands out to me being fake.