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    Citizen Star Wars Ana-Digi

    Some fun new watches from citizen that may be of interest to some fans of the franchise. Certainly some good retro vibes.

    I'm very partial to the C3PO one but the asking prices are a certainly on the optimistic side...


    More info here https://wornandwound.com/citizen-cel...ginal-trilogy/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean Learner View Post
    Some fun new watches from citizen that may be of interest to some fans of the franchise. Certainly some good retro vibes.

    I'm very partial to the C3PO one but the asking prices are a certainly on the optimistic side...


    More info here https://wornandwound.com/citizen-cel...ginal-trilogy/
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    They’ve made a really good job of those! Not the usual generic watch with a sticker on the dial.

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    Those are quite cool, I'd struggle to pay 300 quid for one though. The C3PO one just looks like any of the old 70's and 80's "Robot" models to me, but I really like the R2D2 and Boba Fett ones.

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    I first thought they were actually from the 70s.

    I really like these but I just know if I bought one I'd never wear it and flip it within a week. Be nice to have the whole set as a collector's item.

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    I like the black one, but I would be looking for a less expensive way to get a bit of retro fun. Not a Star Wars fan anyway.

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    300-ish quid seems reasonable for the set.

    Oh, wait... each?

    I like them, but lol at the price, 300 quid for a digital Citizen is ridiculous.

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    Quite Like these, I doubt I would ever wear it but would still be pretty cool to have one (can’t deny I am a Star Wars fan). Definitely priced on the high side for a novelty ornament tho


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    Just seems like more tat to me, which we're already overloading the planet with. I also think most on here would struggle to read the display.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onelasttime View Post
    I first thought they were actually from the 70s.

    I really like these but I just know if I bought one I'd never wear it and flip it within a week. Be nice to have the whole set as a collector's item.

    Same here.

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    I think they’re fun and there’s a couple of them going can imagine actually wearing. I am a huge Star Wars fan but I think I’d prefer a non-star wars version for about £250 tbh (I don’t actually think £300 is particularly crazy considering most watch prices nowadays are crazy)


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