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One to add to the list .... and one to kick off? *PIC*
In Response To: Grail or non Grail? *LINK* ()

I think the list is pretty solid and it’s hard to argue with the choices. There are some niche Seafarers or Mareographes that could have made the list but I agree they are either too rare (Mareographes) or too niche (first exec 2444 case Seafarer), so probably don’t qualify.

But, it’s boring to just agree, so I’d propose one to add: I think the Skipper 7764 should be on the list. It’s just a beautifully proportioned dial, and it’s nice to have one grail representing the compression case Autavias (even if it is not an Autavia).

Then if Jeff wants to keep to the same number of Heuer grails, I think I’d vote to kick the 1563 off the list. But maybe I’m just resentful as I never owned one. Somehow I liked the quirky dial but nothing that was so exciting for me. I’d put the Diver 100 Autavia ahead of it as well...

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