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    Quote Originally Posted by luckywatch View Post
    I got a link this morning to the GS Sapphire.

    https://www.cwcwatch.com/collections...eid=b4d900eb4b
    Very pricey for a G10.

    We could all down that route in having a sapphire fitted.

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    Does anyone know if the Pulsar G10 is still being issued?

    In view of the price hikes at CWC, one has to wonder why the MOD doesn't go back to Precista, at least for the divers. The PRS-18Q would be a better bet than the CWC RN or SBS divers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timelord View Post
    Does anyone know if the Pulsar G10 is still being issued?

    In view of the price hikes at CWC, one has to wonder why the MOD doesn't go back to Precista, at least for the divers. The PRS-18Q would be a better bet than the CWC RN or SBS divers.
    I would hazard a guess that the MOD may pay over the odds for CWC watches, but they will be paying far less than members of the public.

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    CWC FLEET PRE OWNED WATCHES


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    Great deals on these. I just got the message myself. Nothing wrong with a gently used one.

    Get 'em while you can.

    Here's mine I picked up last year. Now I'm hooked.

    This is my first post here but I am active on WUS. Do I have time for two forums?

    Last edited by parsig9; 5th August 2017 at 22:37.

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    Latest tonight, checkout the straps.

    http://mailchi.mp/ff425353c09f/1980-...s?e=b4d900eb4b

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    The straps are not for me. The fact that the reissue 1980 will only have 50 pieces in the first tranche means I fear my estimate of a grand may be way out
    Last edited by Sinnlover; 12th June 2017 at 21:20.

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    Just Seen New mk2s in, sapphire, 120 click bezel quartz and auto, 1980 reissue diver still not ready yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnlover View Post
    The straps are not for me. The fact that the reissue 1980 will only have 50 pieces in the first tranche means I fear my estimate of a grand may be way out
    about 1.700 ish I was told today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl View Post
    about 1.700 ish I was told today
    I really hope it won't be that much, but I fear that it will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl View Post
    about 1.700 ish I was told today
    Well after all the long build up, that's me out(if true).

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    Ooh, big fan of that French military strap. I have a Type Demineur en route, and that'll go nicely with it.

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    Just received my mk II quartz diver. Having owned quite a few of these over the years I would say that the significant price hike had been matched with significant improvements in quality. Not just the 120 click bezel and sapphire crystal upgrade but also the fit and finish. The bezel for example now comes with slightly recessed numerals with painted infill and the lume pip is more neatly applied.
    I went for the polished version which is actually quite subtle but lends it a more expensive feel.
    So overall far less agricultural in build than they used to be (still too expensive though!)

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    [QUOTE=ODP;4447278]Just received my mk II quartz diver. Having owned quite a few of these over the years I would say that the significant price hike had been matched with significant improvements in quality. Not just the 120 click bezel and sapphire crystal upgrade but also the fit and finish. The bezel for example now comes with slightly recessed numerals with painted infill and the lume pip is more neatly applied.
    I went for the polished version which is actually quite subtle but lends it a more expensive feel.
    So overall far less agricultural in build than they used to be (still too expensive though

    good to know I ordered the same with the sbs dial.

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    [QUOTE=Karl;4447321]
    Quote Originally Posted by ODP View Post
    Just received my mk II quartz diver. Having owned quite a few of these over the years I would say that the significant price hike had been matched with significant improvements in quality. Not just the 120 click bezel and sapphire crystal upgrade but also the fit and finish. The bezel for example now comes with slightly recessed numerals with painted infill and the lume pip is more neatly applied.
    I went for the polished version which is actually quite subtle but lends it a more expensive feel.
    So overall far less agricultural in build than they used to be (still too expensive though

    good to know I ordered the same with the sbs dial.
    No pics :(

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