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Old 08-13-2019, 11:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default I have the Wrist Watch Blues :(

What can I say, I'm a sucker for a Blue dial watch!


Blues by Charles Ford, on Flickr
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Ahahaha. This is the watch I have on my wrist today.

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Oh man, you got for a second here Chaz. Actually thought you were
down in the dumps about something.

It's something how great a dial color blue is on watches ! Not only
is it just the perfect color because it can be sporty, or elegant, but
you get all of these different kinds of blues honestly.

Seriously, look at how some can be extremely vibrant, but then
others are almost on their way to being black. It's great, and is
really great to have a chance to see those Chaz. Thank you !!!
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Nice herd Chaz!

Maybe I'll throw a few up myself....later this afternoon!



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3 of my 12 watches are blue dials.
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This one was kinda a dream come true...



I had my Boutique steal the bracelet off of a black dial version as only the blue leather was available. Oh..., they didn't just give it to me, either!
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Total WIN! Congrats!
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Total WIN! Congrats!
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Chazz:
I'm a sap for white dialed tool dive watches. Especially if the second had is
orange or gold covered. Fills all the boxes nuther words.
This is not to say I'm not gaagaa about blue dials as well. Fer instance my
Deep Blue Ocean Timer. Lov that watch almost as much as my Citizen EcoZilla
or my 2 Bulova 262 mghrtz movements. Which are Citizens in Bulova cases

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