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Thread: Just in, Everest 36mm

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    Just in, Everest 36mm

    New to me (original purchase in April of this year) and also my first watch in this size. So far Iím loving it ; very comfortable and classic styling!



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    Nice size , good catch

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    The bracelet looks different to the photos on the website? The Oyster links seem to be the other way around?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dezzick3 View Post
    The bracelet looks different to the photos on the website? The Oyster links seem to be the other way around?
    I put on a cheap more ďjanglyĒ bracelet with a regular safety clasp when I got it. I was able to use the solid end links that came with it though. Like many others I wasnít a fan of the big extension clasp.


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    Quote Originally Posted by higham5 View Post
    Nice size , good catch

    Steve
    Thanks!


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    I expect the 36mm Everest to sell out within 2 weeks, possibly even this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swanbourne View Post
    I expect the 36mm Everest to sell out within 2 weeks, possibly even this week.

    Eddie
    Thatís great news! Cheers on your success especially with the Everest and new Vanguard! I was able to get this from a gent here in the states who purchased it new in April.


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    As mentioned in the Rolex 1016 thread that first picture is excellent!

    I have mine on a generic oyster most of the time and it feels just right with the taper and slimmer clasp. The drilled lugs make strap changes easy and so I sometimes wear it on a Nato, leather strap or better still Perlon - however it always ends up back on the bracelet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Velorum View Post
    As mentioned in the Rolex 1016 thread that first picture is excellent!

    I have mine on a generic oyster most of the time and it feels just right with the taper and slimmer clasp. The drilled lugs make strap changes easy and so I sometimes wear it on a Nato, leather strap or better still Perlon - however it always ends up back on the bracelet.

    Thank you! Yeah I agree the bracelet feels great, like itís barely there. I will definitely be using straps as well, I love drilled lugs both aesthetically and functionally.


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    RYNOC - that's a cracking picture!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave E View Post
    RYNOC - that's a cracking picture!
    Thanks Dave, I appreciate it!! The watch is pretty photogenic so that helps!


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    I think that you should be appointed the official PRS25 photographer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velorum View Post
    I think that you should be appointed the official PRS25 photographer!
    I would be happy to contribute in some way! Thanks for the compliment!


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    Having a lot of fun photographing this watch!



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    Quote Originally Posted by RYNOC View Post



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    RYNOC, one of the best picture ever of the PRS25 !

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