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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2017 8:52 am 
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Never loved (too) my silver/gold dial on my Old Navi ...... I was going in blue !! :mrgreen:
New dial ......

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.....and new hands set !! :lingsrock:

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I know that for my D133 this dial isn't correct, but the silver makes more light at the (dark) blue .... and on D130, and older version, with "little" numbers the dial was silver/blue or black .....

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.....but I bought also the correct with baton index, for the future !! :lol:
So ..... what you think guys ??
I'm crazy, I'm a criminal .... I created a Frankie ?? :nana:

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I prefer the baton dial but whatever floats your boat! It's your watch. Enjoy it!

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2017 10:05 am 
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Huttfuzz wrote:
I prefer the baton dial but whatever floats your boat! It's your watch. Enjoy it!

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Thanks Mat !!
I'm sure to change it, this year or the next ....
Now I've this, the Cossie Flyback and the Du Mans with numbers (luminous, 'cause I've also the Crosswind Special LE and, romanisch, the Chrono Cockpit and the Evolution 2tone), but I'm finding a Chrono-Matic 24h ........ and a Olympus: not sure if like your or Montbrillant, so ..... I need two dial, to move and equilibrate the pieces !! :rofl:
And, after some years, the change it's better .... ever !! :mrgreen:

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I like the arabic dial, adds an instrument (for professional/pilots) look! Plus it gives added lume.
Great job.

Of the two Navitimers I've owned both had the lumed arabic dials, sure wish the new Heritage model offered arabic dial.


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Kodiak wrote:
I like the arabic dial, adds an instrument (for professional/pilots) look! Plus it gives added lume.
Great job.


Thanks for your feedback !! :lingsrock:

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