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an extremely rare and complicated watch with the best and highest quality automatic movement of its time:
http://www.ebay.de/itm/BREITLING-Datora ... 19e0178b67


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Very nice but IMO wildly overpriced.


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. . . the most iconic Breitling would necessarily have a timing function.

My inner dialog is trying to decide whether having the shady imminence back is more fun than having him absent. What good is a Harry Potter story without a dark lord?


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Bill in Sacramento wrote:
What good is a Harry Potter story without a dark lord?

enjoying it, actually. I must be becoming rather weird :shock:


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WatchFred wrote:
Bill in Sacramento wrote:
What good is a Harry Potter story without a dark lord?

enjoying it, actually. I must be becoming rather weird :shock:


Indeed, and enjoying having yet more IP addresses burned to assist in the future. I have been "rather weird" for many years :lol:


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Roffensian wrote:
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Bill in Sacramento wrote:
What good is a Harry Potter story without a dark lord?

enjoying it, actually. I must be becoming rather weird :shock:


Indeed, and enjoying having yet more IP addresses burned to assist in the future. I have been "rather weird" for many years :lol:


I have to laugh at you guys. After a resent posting, I decided to take the high rode and just say "wildly overpriced" and leave it at that. I am not up on this individual as longtime members of this site are and my German is not very good but I envision this person with a small mustache under his nose, dictating the watch world.


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I am calling it a 'built together piece of cr*p' but I dont mind having him around for now

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Anyone know what it was before being defiled?


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Many parts of several cheap watches. Der Furher Special.


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It was and is a 100 % genuine and original Breitling Datora Ref. 95-28 in every detail.

Here you will find a photo of the original catalog of 1952
http://uhrenshop.classic-watch-forum.de ... tual-95-28

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Then this will be a great investment for you and I highly suggest that you "Buy Now" before you regret missing out on this once in a lifetime deal.


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Well if that link says it's real then it must be 100% correct. If the highly esteemed Herr Maerz says it's so then it must be so. After all he doesn't have a track record of peddling cheap fakes for vastly inflated prices while slandering respected experts in the field and lying about his relationship with Breitling. Oh no, he's 100% reliable and has never been banned from eBay, Chrono24 or any of the watch forums.


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Roff, please tell us who this should be "respected experts". I do not know any of these.


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popcorn please, TheEnlightened is back


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WatchFred wrote:
popcorn please, TheEnlightened is back


Indeed, as if we ever doubted it. A little more entertainment and then I'll ban again when it starts to get boring.

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Roff, please tell us who this should be "respected experts". I do not know any of these.


Well you wouldn't, you've only just registered so you won't know any of the people yet :roll:


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