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    Default Ticino 44mm Pilot with New Strap from BJStrap

    Hey guys, picked up this watch a couple weeks back and have been really digging it so far. For 160 dollars total including the strap, how can you go wrong?! The hands are blue but you cant really tell in these pics.The strap itself is super nice. Really soft and from what I can see is really well put together. Couldn't be happier with how it turned out. The only thing I don't really like about it is it ticks like big fvcking ben. I imagine that is due to the cheap movement or is that a function of manual watches? Doesn't really bother me except that I have to keep it far from my bed when I'm sleeping haha. Anyway, I took some pics










    Here you can see the blue hands
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    Looks good, Enjoy the strap! That's a nice watch for 160
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    very similar to a steinhart watch.

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    interesting!! does it have lume?? i have to check this out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2euro View Post
    very similar to a steinhart watch.
    yep its just another pilot watch

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    interesting!! does it have lume?? i have to check this out.
    crap photo but you get the idea
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jew Z aka Yodastein View Post
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    ^^ nice jicebox, now i am adding another possibility to the list.



    i had an automatic watch that used to be real loud. I fell sleep with it a few times and when i woke up i would think i was next to a grandfather clock
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    Nice pick up Coop!! Lume shot deserves to be in the night thread!
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    Thanks dude. Wasn't aware of said thread. I'll take a better lum shot though.
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    Nice pick up man. The contrast of the light tan strap with the black face looks great. I have the same one, was an impulse buy one day about 3 months ago. For the price, it keeps decent time, and wears very well. Should tide me over for at least a few months. Wear it in good health.
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