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  1. #101
    Craftsman ajdh's Avatar
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    My AD said they had a hand full on the waiting list for the POI or POS as it's popularly known. The funny thing about this model is the lack of information on its release. I wouldn't be surprised if it was withdrawn, after all the negative comments it got.

  2. #102
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    The AD is used yesterday is not my normal AD, got my Pelagos whilst out collecting another watch and they commented that the GMT is a growing success and they get the most enquires for this and the dark chorno.
    Last edited by shoppy; 16th October 2019 at 20:44.

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    My local AD has quadrupled his allocation of tudors every year for the last 3

  4. #104
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewitt13 View Post
    My local AD has quadrupled his allocation of tudors every year for the last 3
    I'd say, the future is rosey. (Pun intended).

  5. #105
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    Cannot be certain about the future, but this first generation ETA red rose is what rebooted the modern Tudor revival. Surely will be collectible with the Tudor rose logo and curve writing on dial, thinner case and non-riveted bracelet (my preference). Taking this in as part of a trade so I might part with it as making space currently.


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