Casio does Tiffany Blue

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Re: Casio does Tiffany Blue

Post by anonymous-3027 » December 22nd 2022, 3:55pm

This guy is on sale now. I like light blue. Personally I find the Casio quite attractive and the coin edge bezel works really well in this instance

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Re: Casio does Tiffany Blue

Post by smellody » December 22nd 2022, 7:11pm

iwasbanned wrote:
December 22nd 2022, 7:10pm
smellody wrote:
December 22nd 2022, 3:57pm
I wonder if "banned" still has his Purdy Sinn one of this shade.
I do. Been too busy or lazy to update sales ad.

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Mmmmmmmmmmm that's Purdy.
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Re: Casio does Tiffany Blue

Post by anonymous-3027 » December 22nd 2022, 7:51pm

iwasbanned wrote:
December 22nd 2022, 7:10pm
smellody wrote:
December 22nd 2022, 3:57pm
I wonder if "banned" still has his Purdy Sinn one of this shade.
I do. Been too busy or lazy to update sales ad.

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That’s really nice
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Re: Casio does Tiffany Blue

Post by anonymous-3027 » January 21st 2023, 10:36am

Per uncle seiko.

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Post by anonymous-3027 » January 21st 2023, 12:04pm

Had an SBGA387 Kira-Zuri LE right when they came out.

Gorgeous piece of work but too Louis XIV for me so I sold it shortly thereafter.

Now they are selling double looks like so someone likes them. However, wouldn’t be surprised if there is a bubble deflating there as well.

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Re: Casio does Tiffany Blue

Post by smellody » January 21st 2023, 12:18pm

robatsu wrote:
January 21st 2023, 12:04pm
Had an SBGA387 Kira-Zuri LE right when they came out.

Gorgeous piece of work but too Louis XIV for me so I sold it shortly thereafter.

Now they are selling double looks like so someone likes them. However, wouldn’t be surprised if there is a bubble deflating there as well.


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I like the Sun King. He was very fancy.
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Re: Casio does Tiffany Blue

Post by anonymous-3027 » January 21st 2023, 12:31pm

Uncle Seiko also makes a salmon SARB037 dial. That would look pretty nice on the coin edge/jubilee model
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Re: Casio does Tiffany Blue

Post by anonymous-3027 » January 21st 2023, 12:35pm

smellody wrote:
January 21st 2023, 12:18pm
robatsu wrote:
January 21st 2023, 12:04pm
Had an SBGA387 Kira-Zuri LE right when they came out.

Gorgeous piece of work but too Louis XIV for me so I sold it shortly thereafter.

Now they are selling double looks like so someone likes them. However, wouldn’t be surprised if there is a bubble deflating there as well.


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I like the Sun King. He was very fancy.
Oh I can understand the appeal. I prefer my baroque excess though in music, architecture rather than my own personal style. But I get it.

Powder blue itself I’m fine with, nothing like a baby blue polo shirt.

That is a spectacular piece, check one out sometime.


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Re: Casio does Tiffany Blue

Post by anonymous-3027 » January 21st 2023, 4:03pm

Seiko SDGZ015 total class, loved mine def would buy another

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Post by anonymous-3027 » January 21st 2023, 4:15pm

And of course the Seiko SARB001 is such a classic because of its fade to ice blue

Gone now, but never tired of looking at mine, kinda mesmerizing.

One if the all time greats
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Post by anonymous-3027 » January 21st 2023, 4:30pm

One personal reason I liked the SARB001 was that within the color spectrum was that of my first nice, new car, a 1988 Trans Am

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Post by anonymous-3027 » January 21st 2023, 7:06pm

The Seiko Cocktail Time is of course one of tre three most popular SARBS

High bar there. Never owned one myself, the SDGZ015 kinda scratched that same itch

Ice blue, sunburst in this case, one of the classic colors for mens watches.

It’s a great color for watches, lotta energy on your wrist, and you can wear it a long time without getting sick of it

And not a bad color for your living room or a summer dress for your better half

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