Vulcain Skindiver Nautique reissue

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Re: Vulcain Skindiver Nautique reissue

Post by bedlam » January 17th 2023, 8:03am

I'm tempted... Shame it's only 38mm :-(
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Re: Vulcain Skindiver Nautique reissue

Post by Anonymous-3027 » January 17th 2023, 8:54am

Smaller size is fine with but the aged lume look tends to be a dealbreaker. I’d like a model with non preaged lume, it’s clean clean and uncluttered
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Re: Vulcain Skindiver Nautique reissue

Post by Anonymous-3027 » January 17th 2023, 3:35pm

They got a spankin’ salmon manual chrono at 39mm
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Re: Vulcain Skindiver Nautique reissue

Post by AlbertaTime » January 17th 2023, 10:47pm

That chrono is gorgeous==at least as a render. Nice size, too.
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Re: Vulcain Skindiver Nautique reissue

Post by Anonymous-3027 » January 18th 2023, 12:00am

AlbertaTime wrote:
January 17th 2023, 10:47pm
That chrono is gorgeous==at least as a render. Nice size, too.
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Re: Vulcain Skindiver Nautique reissue

Post by Anonymous-3027 » January 18th 2023, 11:50am

jason_recliner wrote:
January 18th 2023, 2:16am
Chrono subdials are too small. Looks like the baby from Family Guy.
My first at a glance impression was yay great

My second look was yeah but the outer perimeter tachymeter and other printing they could eliminate that, reclaim the space for indices and other dial elements

Wasn’t thinking of the subdials specifically but yeah enlarge everything

I never use the tachymeter on any chrono, so for me it is useless decoration

The panda one is attractive, for some reason moreso than the reverse panda

If they would ditch the outer perimeter printing and rearrange and use the space this would be a near perfect chrono for my taste and usage.

A champagne one would be nice
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Re: Vulcain Skindiver Nautique reissue

Post by jason_recliner » January 18th 2023, 3:17pm

robatsu wrote:
January 18th 2023, 2:42pm
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January 18th 2023, 2:23pm
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