Maybe cos it’s yellow but shit me that looks awesome. Must find space (and money) for one of those.
dude... Product Dimensions 1.7 x 3.9 x 0.9 inches
Bro do you even messy bedroom/life?
by the way clan....I have a 20% off voucher for G Shock. PM me if you're in the market.
Bro do you even messy bedroom/life?
not really... have tried as much as possible to minimise the crap I own over the last few years. of course now with a 5 month old more stuff is accumulating again!
This is dope.
Saw some top quality fake Rolexes today. Just a slight issue that they appeared to be made of plastic.
hahah pretty cool isnt it? i spotted it in a bark and jack video to be honest and i found it on amazon. ordered one and then i saw the dimensions. there is another larger model but i wouldnt pay £60 for it!!
Yea the cost is a bit dear for what’s effectively a gimmick or joke purchase, but I love the design. Bigger the better for sure, but not as far as price tags.
Does anyone have a black 22mm isofrane strap they want to move on?
I sold one only last week. Sorry, not very helpful I know!
They don't tend to sell for much less second hand if they are in good condition so maybe go for new if you can stomach the price. I have never seen one for less than £100. At that price you might as well look at Hirsch Pure and Hirsch Extreme. Both superb natural rubber straps.
I wouldn’t mind buying new but I can’t find a uk stockist with 22mm in black
Have you tried WatchObsession?
Yup, they have them in stock for £140.
Actually really like these. Not a huge Bell & Ross fan but these are nice. If they were around the £1500 mark and 39mm I'd seriously consider. Steel out of the two for me.
How much really though?
that much. are they that good?
The orange steel one is £3730, the bronze £4140. Getting pretty much to the Tudor price point then which some might prefer brand wise and investment wise.
I prefer the B&R design (the existing “heritage” one is really nice) to the confused BB chrono but the Tudor/Breitling movement definitely counts for something. Think you’d have to be aiming for at least a 20% discount on the B&R though.
My thoughts exactly. They have some really nice colours for other chronos in their range as well (blue dial) and I think the balance and space dial wise is better than the Tudor but the price is too high.
They are the best natural rubber dive strap I have ever worn. Plenty of people share that opinion. If there is a more comfortable and practical natural rubber dive strap out there for less, i'd be surprised.
For me, the eye opening moment was the first time I wore a natural rubber strap (isofrane copy, costing about £75). The suppleness and fit are a world away from silicon. The gap between a £75 natural rubber strap and a £140 rubber strap is small, the gains become smaller for the increased cost. The Isofrane is better than any of the copies I have tried, but whether its worth the extra cost is down to personal opinion.
After having a few good isofrane copies (not fakes) and buying my first isofrane, I ended up with three of them. I've spent over twice as much on other rubber straps before, and the isofrane is still the best imho.
Pondering ... is £1300 for a Longines watch which isn’t automatic or manual wind too expensive?
Very nice indeed.
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