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    Wow, just wow! When can we expect it to hit the store openings?

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    As asked above, any idea when this will be ready for release? Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete-r View Post
    As asked above, any idea when this will be ready for release? Cheers.
    See https://forum.tz-uk.com/showthread.p...=1#post6030329

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broadsword View Post
    With apologies to Chris for hijacking his outstanding artwork, but how about an A and B variant?
    Variant B for me :0)

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisparker View Post
    Overall I think it looks great but I've preferred the original numerals of the 1016 Explorer dial to the font used on the Everest. I expect that the designer has chosen something similar on his PC, which for me lacks the character of the 'original'. The numerals on the bezel look small compared with the Sub, Black Bay, or the new Seiko 149s.

    I also dislike the caseback with 'WR 200 METRES', that seems unusual on casebacks, more often the Metres is abbreviated and Water Resistance written in full, at a much smaller size than than currently shown. But either way it's going to be a hugely popular watch.

    My take on it...


    This would be my choice. However, by all means have "Commander" on the caseback for ease of future reference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redmonaco View Post
    Variant B for me :0)
    +1 Variant B.
    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

    'Populism, the last refuge of a Tory scoundrel'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete-r View Post
    As asked above, any idea when this will be ready for release? Cheers.
    Sorry. Only just seen these questions for some reason.

    Early November is the current plan but could be slightly earlier.
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    B

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    Variant B also for myself...

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    It looks so good. I love the color scheme.

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    I do like that.
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    This is looking very tasty...Anyone know the watch thickness? and if there will eb a jubilee bracelet option?

    Many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxsash View Post
    This is looking very tasty...Anyone know the watch thickness? and if there will eb a jubilee bracelet option?

    Many thanks.
    Around 13 mm

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    WowÖthatís a beauty


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    This is the watch Tudor should have been making instead of that blocky Ebony Bay.

    Love the 3 6 9.

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    Look at what I've been playing with

    Do we know the timescales on this one, I am going have to start earning more with all the new models in train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crowsfoot View Post
    Do we know the timescales on this one, I am going have to start earning more with all the new models in train.
    Read above.

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    Now that the mission timer is released, the excitement for the Commander is in full swing. Here's hoping we see new photos of it soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crowsfoot View Post
    Do we know the timescales on this one, I am going have to start earning more with all the new models in train.
    Coming in October apparently. It’s definitely not one I’ll be in the market for as it’s too similar to my Glycine Combat Sub.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Taiken View Post
    Now that the mission timer is released, the excitement for the Commander is in full swing. Here's hoping we see new photos of it soon.
    Like this maybe?



    Taken from an upcoming review I have written for the Watchgecko magazine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweets View Post
    Like this maybe?



    Taken from an upcoming review I have written for the Watchgecko magazine.

    Dave
    Excitement building for this one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGent View Post
    Excitement building for this one!
    Yeah, so far everything about it ticks the box for me.
    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

    'Populism, the last refuge of a Tory scoundrel'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweets View Post
    Like this maybe?

    .......

    Taken from an upcoming review I have written for the Watchgecko magazine.

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    You are doing a terrific job Dave. Can't wait to see it.
    For maximum attention, nothing beats a good mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweets View Post
    Like this maybe?



    Taken from an upcoming review I have written for the Watchgecko magazine.

    Dave
    Uh, yeah, that satisfies. Great shot and l can't wait to read your review.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweets View Post

    Taken from an upcoming review I have written for the Watchgecko magazine.

    Dave
    Donít be coy Daveo, when can we expect your written impressions?


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    I'd love to say that I know when the review will come out, but I don't.
    It is submitted, and awaiting publication, so I will try and clarify with the editor what the timing is.
    I will post here when I know, but suffice to say for now that it works on many levels. It's a lovely watch.
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    Excellent

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    Oh, that really hits a sweet spot.
    Got a new watch, divers watch it is, had to drown the bastard to get it!

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    Saw the update this will release on the 2nd. Hopefully I can get it since my birthday is on the 4th.

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    Wow, I was expecting the end of October.
    At £365, it's priced quite affordably.

    I did notice that the overall thickness, including the crystal, is 14.6 mm. Is it still about 13 mm thick without the crystal?

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    I think its doing to be a busy opening on sunday!
    I was worried about the thickness and usually a 14.6mm would make me pass but with 2.5mm of crystal then the actual case isn't too bad.
    Feels like we have been waiting for it forever so I think ill have to try and get one and try it out.

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    sorry for not reading the thread but will this eventually come in a date version?
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by trott3r View Post
    sorry for not reading the thread but will this eventually come in a date version?
    thanks
    I don't think there has been any mention of a date version. The Everest range all have the same non date MIYOTA CALIBER 9039

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob s View Post
    I don't think there has been any mention of a date version. The Everest range all have the same non date MIYOTA CALIBER 9039
    I guessed it was unlikely, since it will alter the aesthetic a little (the 3 6 9 dial) with a date at 6 or 4.5 it doesnt need to do it by much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taiken View Post
    Wow, I was expecting the end of October.
    At £365, it's priced quite affordably.
    It's priced too cheap at that. It looks fantastic and would be a sell out at twice the price.

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    Wow what a cool thing

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    Before it launches, let's appreciate the first design and the final design.



    Personally, I really liked the slightly greenish hue that the numerals and the bezel had in the first version. It gave it a sleek vibe. However, I am really liking the overall color scheme on the final version; there's more unison, making it warm, yet sophisticated.

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    Just realized the release is going to be during the Manchester derby. I guess I have another reason to wake up at 6 am as a Californian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taiken View Post
    Before it launches, let's appreciate the first design and the final design.



    Personally, I really liked the slightly greenish hue that the numerals and the bezel had in the first version. It gave it a sleek vibe. However, I am really liking the overall color scheme on the final version; there's more unison, making it warm, yet sophisticated.
    Really nice that it's not deviated too much and the finished article is the best happily

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    Good luck to everyone attempting to pick one up later when the store opens, looking forward to seeing to wrist shots.

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    Yessss get in. Secured my watch.

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    Me too, phew..

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    Fu****k.
    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

    'Populism, the last refuge of a Tory scoundrel'.

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    It lasted about 2 minutes and 15 seconds. That's was way more time than expected. Congratulations to those who got in. Order #7109 here .

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    Yes,
    I also have an order number - been waiting for this one.

    7132 for me - acknowledgement timed at 14:00.

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    No dice.

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    Had a go, but was too slow off the draw!

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    I'm in 7198 , I think I snuck under the wire and only just 2:02
    I had to type in card and then use phone app to confirm purchase. So a lot went on in those 2 mins.
    But I was F5 and clicking as soon as I could.

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    I lost today.

    Too bad, I lost today's battle, it took me a bit more than 2 minutes. Perhaps next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nibby View Post
    Yes,
    I also have an order number - been waiting for this one.

    7132 for me - acknowledgement timed at 14:00.
    Quote Originally Posted by wallyuk View Post
    I'm in 7198 , I think I snuck under the wire and only just 2:02
    I had to type in card and then use phone app to confirm purchase. So a lot went on in those 2 mins.
    But I was F5 and clicking as soon as I could.
    Iím in the very early 7100s so we know probably 90+ sold

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