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Well, after pining over this watch for two years it has finally arrived! :-!

I would have settled for the strap, but the bracelet was an option that was in-stock. I'm a lucky dawg!

I had to flip a couple to get into it, but I'm happy to be a proud owner and be an official member of the dual time club. I actually like the idea of the cities written on the dial. Many don't, but for me it makes sense. You actually have a reference guide of time zones on your wrist at all times, and to me that is just sweet. After months of debate, I am here to tell you the Firenze Dual Time on the bracelet does exist and it is VERY cool! :)

Now, the bracelet which is rare as a Yeti sighting is pretty cool. I must admit the Polluce bracelet I had was a bit more substantial, but this is certainly more refined with 3 micro adjustments with satinated and polished finishes throughout. The clasp is really cool and functions great. It secures with a solid snap! |>

I only had time to take a few, super quick shots for right now. Nonetheless, I hope you enjoy the snaps. Thanks for looking. Man am I happy!!!!!!!!!!!!! :p
 

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Nice catch my friend, i was remember when we talk about on old threads hahahaha...finally a member with the one.... Looks terrific man.

ENjoy it and wear it in the best of health !

Welcome to the CLub ;-)
 

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Very, very cool Jayveez!

I've never seen such detailed shots of the Militare bracelet, only the one image of the dual time a few years back. That is a very nice catch mate, and a rare bird indeed. Officially jealous :-!
 

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Well, my friend the bracelet is the first on production for some early models an was adapted with the end link pieces to fit the Firenze Dual Time only.

Imagine the actual bracelet with the modified endlinks to fit the Famiglia Militare.
 

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Nice catch my friend, i was remember when we talk about on old threads hahahaha...finally a member with the one.... Looks terrific man.

ENjoy it and wear it in the best of health !

Welcome to the CLub ;-)
Haha! Thank you!

I remember the thread about "secret stuff" like this. Funny now!
 

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Very, very cool Jayveez!

I've never seen such detailed shots of the Militare bracelet, only the one image of the dual time a few years back. That is a very nice catch mate, and a rare bird indeed. Officially jealous :-!
Ah thanks Bud!

Yes, I was in a hurry but tried to get good bracelet shots. The bracelet as Nelson mentioned is the earlier version before they started mounting the Milimetri/Polluce style bracelet on the standard Militare w/ modified endlinks. That is part of the reason I bought it.

The bracelet does appear to have solid end links, but appears to be a 20mm. I know it's suprising. However the clasp is fantastic and very adjustable with three settings drilled in. It is a very comfortable bracelet, and not as big as the other bracelets but it fits the dual time very well!
 

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Well, my friend the bracelet is the first on production for some early models an was adapted with the end link pieces to fit the Firenze Dual Time only.

Imagine the actual bracelet with the modified endlinks to fit the Famiglia Militare.
Yes, I'm fully aware of the differences and paid quite a bit to own the Dual Time version directly from Anonimo USA. I did not cut any corners and got the exact watch I wanted. Of course that is why most of us buy Anonimo - the rarity! The more rare, hard to find, or sold out the more Cheddar! b-)

I'm sure you know already, but for those folks who are just finding out about Anonimo it must be exciting to know there are so many different models to suit nearly any taste! I'm suprised everyone doesn't have at least a Millimetri by now!!!

Speaking of that, I REALLY want a Millimetri Polluce or Marlin (stretch) now.... This never ends, but I like the excitement of all the different novelties out there! :)
 

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It seems like each day another 'nimo catches my eye... it's a tough brand to shake that's for sure!

I want so many of the models, but none more than what I already have, so flipping is not an option. Oh what to do??! :)
 

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It seems like each day another 'nimo catches my eye... it's a tough brand to shake that's for sure!

I want so many of the models, but none more than what I already have, so flipping is not an option. Oh what to do??! :)
I hear you. I like far too many old & new versions.

I can hardly think anymore. They are very fun to collect! :-d
 

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I was never a big bracelet fan, but Anonimo has converted me. Pity they're so damn expensive!
 
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