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    114060 to a 116660 would you?

    fancy trying a deepsea again ,give the watch a bit more time.Would you down the ND + cash for one??

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    Master
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    Yes if you have the wrists to pull it off

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    I have bounced between the SubC and DeepSea several times. Presently wearing a SubC (116610LN), but could very easily take back another DeepSea.
    Despite the size and weight difference I enjoy both.
    Last edited by andrewcregan; 21st March 2017 at 10:27.

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    I did, and changed back down to a NDc, I didn't mind the 44mm as use to Pams but it rode to high for me making it a bit top heavy so changed back to the ND, no regrets

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    Sdc4000. Just saying.

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    No.
    The 114060 is the classic Sub.
    As much as I admire the over-engineered nature of the Deepsea, it's not exactly ergonomic is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyman View Post
    Sdc4000. Just saying.


    This.

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    Journeyman
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    Having just taken the plunge and bought an 114060, I couldn't recommend it highly enough. It may be the watch that cures me of the addiction. For a little while, at least! For reference, my wrist is about 7.25 inches.

    Here it is on:

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    Craftsman
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    114060 for me too. Just right on my wrist.


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    Master
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    Me neither, I would keep the Sub.

    The Deep Sea is just too big for my wrist.

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    I think the Sub is the one to have if it's going to be worn regularly. The Sd4K is good in theory but is still too chunky IMO and then the 116660 takes that to a different level. I'd stick with the 114060.

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    I would keep the 114060.

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    I know the 114060 is a classic but need to visit the dssd again I think,What do you think I would have to put to a trade ? mines 2104 fullset UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter2704 View Post
    I know the 114060 is a classic but need to visit the dssd again I think,What do you think I would have to put to a trade ? mines 2104 fullset UK
    I've just been offered one against my 114060 with 1200 his way.......

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    Yes, I am wearing my Deep Sea today - which probably wasn't the right watch to be wearing when picking up a brand new 36mm Date-Just! ;)
    It's just a matter of time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by paneristi372 View Post
    I've just been offered one against my 114060 with 1200 his way.......
    What sort of year/condition was his? I could go to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter2704 View Post
    What sort of year/condition was his? I could go to that.
    It was a 2010 complete set in good condition. I sold my well worn 2010 116660 in November last year for 5500 so I thought 1200 was a bit much to add.

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    I like my DSSD on rubber B, but the bracelet is fine as well. It actually looked huge just for a moment
    when I tried it first time, but never later on - I wear it in rotation with a GMTc.


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    Quote Originally Posted by paneristi372 View Post
    I've just been offered one against my 114060 with 1200 his way.......
    could you pm me his details if you dont mind?

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