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Old 12-02-2019, 08:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Dan Henry 1970 W&W Limited Edition

Arriving today, here are just a few quick phone pics. I'll need my camera to add a lume shot later, but it is noticeably brighter than the original DH 1970 model. And unlike my orange/black 1970, this one has a screw down crown.








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Congrats on a beautiful watch...
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Well done Eric, that does look nice. How do you find that strap wears?
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Nice choice. Looks like a very well constructed piece. Punches way over its price point. Really love what that domed crystal does to the internal bezel. Case back is first rate.
Congrats and enjoy...
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Really is a show stopper Eric ! Love how DH even managed to
kicks things up design, and quality wise from the previous model.
Honestly didn't think there was any room for improvement, so that
makes these new models extra exceptional.

You know Eric, when you think of the vintage compressors, and how
nice they are, and then look at these, it's breathtaking really ! They
have all the charm of the classics with today's cutting edge technology.
Boy oh boy, enjoy sir ! ..Big congrats here !!!
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Very nice my friend! Looks like exceptional value for money. Please keep us posted on build quality, finish, etc.
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Thanks all, I'm impressed with it. It's significantly smaller than my original DH 1970 at 40mm vs. 44mm. My wrist is 7 and 7/16" to be exact, I think this thing fits me well.

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Well done Eric, that does look nice. How do you find that strap wears?
I like the strap quite a bit. Very soft and flexible like silicone, yet it is rubber. It's also my first strap with quick-release spring bars.





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Very nice my friend! Looks like exceptional value for money. Please keep us posted on build quality, finish, etc.
So far it exceeds my expectations, a lot like my other 1970 model, but with much better lume and the added screw down crown. Plus with all the day/date watches I own, it's nice to have a dateless dial.

I'm a satisfied customer.
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Nice pick-up, congrats!! Really like the internal bezel.
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Still a phone pic, but you get the idea.

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Totally do Eric !

That is stunning, and actually is warming things up this cold,
and gray Monday here. ..Thank you ! Keep on enjoying sir !!!
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