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Very Impressive ! ! !


WOW -- It looks excellent in this new round of photos. Very impressive.

Your experience of having the watch in your hands, and side-by-side with the Abercrombie version, is very informative. As much as we all try to see and detect in various photographs, there is nothing like inspecting it "in the metal" to help determine quality and authenticity.

Now, let me see what more I can learn about this special "anniversary" model.



: I have already verified it is authenitic and it
: seems this model is clearly superior. First
: of all, look at the movement compared to the
: standard anniversary. Secondly, The case
: back is 18k with metal dustcover. There is
: no way the dial is fake or re-dialed. I
: would stake my rep on it. It's just too
: Heuer-like to be fake. I saw an A&F model at
: he same shop (painfully reputable European
: dealer) and it was horrific looking and
: cheap. Looked like something designed and
: slapped together over a weekend IMHO. Also,
: I am unclear as to what PSB meant about the
: "3's being painted on a curve". I
: would love clarification on that. Thanks!
: Mike


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