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Excellent Choice!! Enjoy This Carrera!!

Isn't it nice to have such nice choices, all in the TAG Heuer display case. I'm a fan of the Carrera 160 Montreal. Definitely a fun-looking watch.

I hope that you will enjoy the watch and become a frequent contributor to our community.



: Hello All,
: I choose the montreal because it is more colored, the dial as a
: beautiful eggshell and blue subdials, the inserts are shining.
: The dial is wondreful with the deep subdials like the paul
: newman dial.
: In a word it is more fun that the original silver one.
: I also saw the monaco formula 1 with a beautiful red dial and white
: subdials but i found it too big for my wrist. It was a difficult
: choice.
: I did not wait to see the fragment formula 1 (it will be available
: in France on the 20th of august) because i find the dial too
: simple : i miss the insert and I dislike the word fragment.
: Those 4 limited watches has the new in house caliber 02 wich is an
: upgrade of the TAG-HEUER watches.
: I do not like the crystal back, they should have give the choice to
: have the crystal or the plain steel back.
: I do not like also the "one of 1000". They should have
: numbered the limited editions.
: here is some scans:

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I finally choose the carrera montreal 160 th anniversary
Excellent Choice!! Enjoy This Carrera!!
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