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Happy to join the club and share my first Breitling acquisition. I've been thinking about pulling the trigger on a Breitling for a while. I first had my eyes on an Aerospace, and may revisit that watch in the future, but I had a Tudor I was looking to trade and didn't want to trade up too high. Found a post in the sales forum with an intriguing model I've never seen previously, the Antares World, which houses an ETA 2892 with GMT function. While the watch is smaller than most Breitling's I've seen, it really suits me well as I have smaller wrists and wearing even a 7750 can feel weighty for me after a while. The owner, Tim P, was a fantastic partner in the transaction.

Couldn't get the file to upload to WUS for some reason, but here's a shot of her at the office this week http://i.imgur.com/ZTipso2.jpg

Like I said I'm still thinking about the Aerospace in the long term. I like the idea of having a nice quartz watch in the collection, but at this point I've hit a point where I don't want to lose any of the watches I currently own, but I also have a hard time rotating them all through the week. Oh well, good problem to have I'm sure. Thanks for looking!
 
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I've always liked the Antaries series. And, you have to trick the forum software a bit to
get 'imgur' to display photos by adding the www to the url address... (colour and font size only for display purposes.)

http://www.i.imgur.com/ZTipso2.jpg


 

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Ah good to know! Thanks for the help!
 

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That one goes way back to the old days when you could note the exact time quickly with a Breitling wristwatch.
 

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Some better than others on the eyes. I like the older Colt models myself, but the Antares is cool too.
 
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