Pink Gold MIDO Ocean Star Automatics

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Pink Gold MIDO Ocean Star Automatics

Post by Racer-X » September 13th 2018, 8:58pm

"Even though we’re not in the midst of watch show season, there have still been plenty of new watch announcements as of late. The latest to hit the wire – yes, even more recent than yesterday’s Apple Watch hullaballoo – are two new iterations in the Mido Ocean Star Automatic lineup.

As you might expect with a name like the Mido Ocean Star Automatic, these are watches intended to be on or in the water. And if you didn’t expect it, then you’ll be rather surprised by the polished starfish on the caseback, no? Any which way, the 42.5mm steel case (here, with pink gold PVD finishes) carries a 200m WR rating, which will be plenty to keep things nice and dry if you decide to take a dip. All of that is to keep the Caliber 80 movement (read up on those movement specs down below) safe while it accumulates that 80-hour power reserve from your movements."

https://wristwatchreview.com/2018/09/13/ahoy-there-its-the-new-mido-ocean-star-automatics/
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Re: Pink Gold MIDO Ocean Star Automatics

Post by Mark1 » September 14th 2018, 3:02pm

foghorn wrote:If they were bronze I'd be interested.
But not pink poofter gold.
No siree


foghorn wrote:There's a reason why bronze is the lesser medal.


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