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I was so skeptical about the North Flag. No way a 40mm watch would look good on my wrist. It was going to feel flimsy and I was going to hate the yellow. Power reserve indicator
= lame, certainly...

All wrong! Dammit, now I have to go find $3500.


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I was so skeptical about the North Flag. No way a 40mm watch would look good on my wrist. It was going to feel flimsy and I was going to hate the yellow. Power reserve indicator
= lame, certainly...

All wrong! Dammit, now I have to go find $3500.


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Did this just come out? I like it
 

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I think within the last month or so. I had only seen the advertising..had to check it out in the flesh. It was awesome! In house movement, 70 hr power reserve...it was way superior to what I expected!


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It's the band design, it makes the overall size of the watch look bigger, also a nice flowing look, I bet it’s comfy.
 

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Tudor is certainly all the rage these days (well, in the last couple of years). This is a cool watch and I have been asking my Authorised Dealer for weeks to let me know when it arrives so that I can try it on.
 

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I was so skeptical about the North Flag. No way a 40mm watch would look good on my wrist. It was going to feel flimsy and I was going to hate the yellow. Power reserve indicator
= lame, certainly...

All wrong! Dammit, now I have to go find $3500.


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Well done sir!!!
 

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bowing out of this thread. The more I look, the more I want, and I need to not do it. Congrats on that beauty
 
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I do like it but I'm not a yellow fan. Once a model comes out with a different colour I'll look again.


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I think that's my least favorite Tudor watch. I dislike the color scheme and while I normally don't mind PR indicators, that one looks out of place to me. Glad you like it, though.


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I got the chance to see a demonstration model about 2 months ago and it's definitely a watch I keep wishing I had the extra funds for. The sporty tool watch vibe that I get from it just works for me especially when paired with the black strap with yellow stitching.
 

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I got the chance to see a demonstration model about 2 months ago and it's definitely a watch I keep wishing I had the extra funds for. The sporty tool watch vibe that I get from it just works for me especially when paired with the black strap with yellow stitching.
It's Tudors' first all new design that isn't a Rolex derivative or a heritage model in FOREVER!
by the way you taste like Soot and Poo.
 

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I do like it but I'm not a yellow fan. Once a model comes out with a different colour I'll look again...
Way to rain on the OP's parade. Too blingy for a WIS who owns a B-ling Navi? There's a news flash ;-)
 
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Way to rain on the OP's parade. Too blingy for a WIS who owns a B-ling Navi? There's a news flash ;-)
Did you quote the wrong post?
I said I like it but I'd rather wait for a model which is not yellow. I'm not sure how that's 'raining' on anything. How you can refer to the Tudor as blingy is beyond me.
Additionally I don't own a Breitling Navitimer.


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It's Tudors' first all new design that isn't a Rolex derivative or a heritage model in FOREVER!
Think it adds to the excitement of this watch by being a bit brave design wise. Definitely looks and wears better in person than the impression I got from Tudor's press photos/renders.

...Soot and Poo.
Lol that's my normal handle but figured Hubert would be a more sensible username on this forum. We just need a Marjorie Stewart Baxter for some sunshine dust.
 
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