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Yawn . . . How Many of These Will We See??

I give this one a big yawn . . . So someone took the 2017 Autavia, painted the dial midnight blue, and added an orange chronograph second hand. I can see doing this through Bamford, but I am wondering how many of these Limited Editions we will endure?

Regarding this one from WOS -- It might have been a bit more interesting if it had been called a Skipper. As is, it's another in the series of Rindt; Siffert; UAE; Jack Heuer 85th; etc. Just people playing with the colors, some with more success and some with less.

We saw some some creativity with the new Viceroy model, going with the two register look, but this Watches of Switzerland shows zero creativity, at least to my eye. Even worse, the blue dial / black bezel combination hurts my eyes, after we have seen the beauty of the blue bezel on the Skippers!!


: apparently 150 pieces only for "watches of Switzerland"
: in OZ

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