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For some reason it just never occurred to me that someone names Verona would want to buy it! I find it is pretty cool that watches take on this life of their own - yours went on this journey to Singapore and became an awesome Christmas prestent for their namesake :)
Oh man that sucks! That is a very long journey to be on...almost like Odysseus trying to get home!
I like searching around for lots of different types of watches made by Heuer. If I come across one I will drop you an email if that is cool with you?
Btw, both of those two tones look great - I think I would find it choose between them. Kind of like choosing between a Ferrari Dino in yellow or red (nice choice to have though)
: I owned the one in the picture for a few years.
: I have never been into two-tone timepieces, but since I found it in
: NOS condition, I bought it.
: Lovely case! One that sits just right on my skinny wrist.
: Then I learned about the other two-tone and fell in love with it.
: I sold mine thinking one would pop up, sometime. It ended up in
: Singapore and on the wrist of a girl named Verona, as a
: Christmas present, which I still think it's cool as hell!
: It's been over 7 years and I've yet to find one.