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Fun to Look at Those Inspired by the Classics
In Response To: Well, the Viceroy... ()

So looking at the ones that went beyond the standard production models, and were inspired by the classic Autavias, we see the "Viceroy", the "Siffert" and the "Orange Boy".

Viceroy offers a genuinely different look, with the two registers . . . but it is available only in the United States.

The Siffert was done by David Chalmers / Calibre11, and the limited edition sold out quickly.

The Orange Boy is not a limited edition, but is available only through Hodinkee.

So yes, let's make a Shauntavia and market it all over the world, an unlimited edition!!


: The Viceroy may be a limited edition, but they're still readily
: available at most ADs I've wandered through in the past couple
: years. (Not to mention the fact that they're available for a
: decent discount on the secondhand or grey market)

: I've also come around on the Viceroy. At first I didn't really like
: it, but now I think it's my favorite variant of the reedition.
: This watch works so much better with two sub-registers in my
: opinion (similar to my opinion of the original and cushion-case
: versions ;) )

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