I wonder what this might be! Wink wink
@WerewolfOfLondon and @abrod520 quick, post photos of it before Albert and Hubert removes them
^ LOL; please keep the photos private, until the official release.
So what about this.... is this okay?
Uma Thurman Piece Unique....
I like this one so much better than the upcoming one!!!!
And it's rarer. A lot rarer.
Absolutely, this and the Jack Heuer Silverstone Cal.11 are just epic examples of classy colour. Hoping that (Tag) Heuer release a red dial Silverstone again!!!!
I have the photo sitting here …. And can have the watch this week
Hey it just made me wonder. Since we are not officially affiliated anymore.
Is it okay to post the picture before it released from the embargo ? How do they control this thing now ?
Just curious. Not suggesting any illegal activities.
Today's vice to celebrate the upcoming release
It's officially up.
Don't seem to be many real-life photos anywhere yet. This is from the Fratello article, looks like it's been Photoshopped though.
Now there are!!
Mmmm, Nah no Ta.
could have cleaned the fingerprints off!
How is it in the metal? I like the colour in the marketing images, but it doesn't seem to pop as well in the photos.
Why do TH feel the need to add running seconds to every Monaco, to me it really detracts from the Monaco style.
I think I've been spoiled by Grand Seiko finishing recently. Might be affected a bit by the fingerprints, but I'm not impressed with the finishing on that Monoco, especially the edges of the hands.
Make no mistake either, this is demanding Grand Seiko money (more than some models).
Yeah, I was maybe a bit too excited to snap photos and forgot to ask for a cloth It looks really nice in the metal, very elegant and dynamic. But it's not PURPLE like the renders, instead it's a smoky dark cool color. More of a funky dress item than an out-and-out sports model.
Agree the running seconds is so dumb, on all the H02s with the vestige but particularly bad on the Monacos. It's easier to overlook on the purple and green ones though since they disappear more into the dial.
None of those Grand Seikos are chronographs though.
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