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RADIOMIRs

April 26 2012 at 12:48 PM
  (Login jeffg62)
from IP address 139.139.35.69

New to the forum and have noticed more threads on LUMINORs than RADIOMIRs,
Am I missing something ?

 
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(Login hkgweilo)
High Heid Yin
112.118.150.104

No...they're both loved...

April 26 2012, 1:44 PM 


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(Login mikefarha)
98.214.41.15

Have to tell you

April 26 2012, 2:39 PM 

2 and 5 in my view are two of the most incredible pieces ever made. 2 for all seasons and occasions and 5 for dress. Timeless classic and elegant all rolled into one or actually two. While I own the 372 and love it, the 232 is probably my favorite piece. If it had a domed plexi, would be perfect, but with the more flat sapphire it's still an incredible watch. Again what an incredible collection you have oozing DNA and beauty.

Best,
Mike

 
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(Login hkgweilo)
High Heid Yin
112.118.150.104

have to tell you something too...those aren't all mine (unfortunately).. nt.

April 26 2012, 3:31 PM 



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(Login Structo)
174.51.200.134

Welcome Jeff

April 26 2012, 2:24 PM 

The luminor case shape is probably more recognizable as "Panerai", and therefore earns iconic status. However, the radiomir has every bit as much history, and arguably even more brand DNA.
Both are great!
greg in denver

 
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