Blenheim London® Navigator Pro

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Blenheim London® Navigator Pro

Postby koimaster » October 18th 2017, 9:18am

Our design studio is based in the heart of England. The birth place of the Industrial revolution, the headquarters of Jaguar Land Rover.

We are constantly striving for perfection throughout the creative process of producing our watches which transmit an inherent British identity.

Our intention is to uphold a minimalist design with a select few distinctive features, ensuring that each watch feels perfectly adapted to your wrist.

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The Miyota 8215 is Automatic Date movements that have been around for years. It is fine watch movements that are dependable and accurate. The movement used by several watch makers world wide. The Miyota 8215 is used in such brands as Camel, Citizen, Dugena, Festina and Invicta. ... -automatic


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Re: Blenheim London® Navigator Pro

Postby foghorn » October 18th 2017, 9:22am

It ain't no Smiths. Even with 2 bespoke straps.

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Re: Blenheim London® Navigator Pro

Postby conjurer » October 18th 2017, 9:22am

It looks like a Fifty Fathoms, only ugly and cheap.
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Re: Blenheim London® Navigator Pro

Postby Falstaff » October 18th 2017, 9:37am

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Re: Blenheim London® Navigator Pro

Postby MKTheVintageBloke » October 18th 2017, 10:18am

It's not an ugly watch. Could be smaller, though.

But...WHAT IS THAT? WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT?! Again, that shoddy-looking Miyota with the rotor on just that one, sad screw in the middle, just has to show its ugly fucking mug through the display back. Don't get me wrong, but a display back for a fugly movement is the horological equivalent of a flasher.
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Re: Blenheim London® Navigator Pro

Postby gerdson » October 18th 2017, 10:45am

Ach come on, bloke - as long as people are willing to buy Valjoux 7750 with "see-through-back"...
But to call the case "amazingly unique" is kind of, well, funny. And it is too fucking big.
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Re: Blenheim London® Navigator Pro

Postby TemerityB » October 18th 2017, 10:51am

All that to cram a freakin' 8215 in there.

Some Crotons have 8215s.

What a selling point!
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Re: Blenheim London® Navigator Pro

Postby kevco » October 18th 2017, 11:22am

I would wear it with my London Fog.


By the way...
"You will be impressed by wear the Blenheim Timepiece on your wrist, the watch is actually look really well with your outfit."

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