- sixtysix wrote:
- The Melbourne Portsea is here!! (sorry for the poor indoor pics, I can get better ones later)
The Portsea is our third and most ambitious timepiece. Featuring the recently released Miyota Cal. 9120 triple-calendar automatic movement, the Portsea is designed as a modern twist on the traditional 'marine chronometer' timepiece style.Named after a sea-side locale on Melbourne's beautiful Mornington Peninsula, the 40mm Portsea also features ceramic dials, flat sapphire crystal with AR, a solid stamped case back and German leather straps. http://www.melbournewatch.com.au/portsea-white-stainless-steel/
- wcbartlett wrote:
- Budabear wrote:
Nice Gary !
Holy cow, I remember us talking about these back in the Summer I think. Never have seen anyone
pick one up, and try one out yet though. ..They look incredible !!! Love the nice, traditional look it has at first,
but then the neat modern edge it has too that you mentioned. Just that area at the center of the dial that drops
down a level is excellent, and the "M" on that beautiful second is a neat touch also. Whoa, and look at this case
back ! Beautiful watch, AND pictures here Gary ! ..Huge congratulations on this !!!
Bill, is it just me?! Or does every watch Tudor makes rock?!
Doesn't matter if it's one of their vintage watches from
years back, or one of the newer models, you're always stunned by how great the watches look, and I would imagine
are. ..Your Prince here has this ability to draw you in with it's amazing "panda" style dial, and bezel would you call it?
It really catches the eye, and adds some extra excitement to an already exceptional watch. The Prince seems 100 %
sport, but still all class ! What a combination Bill !
Speaking of stunning watches !
The "Venom" manages to do that in more ways than one evidently. The name
kind of warns you right off the bat that this watch is going to have bite. Right from the beginning this watch lives up
to it's name with the most unique, and of course very cool design. Actually seems like a watch that we might expect
to see 50, or 100 years from now within the watch industry. All of the curves in the bezel, large crown, and pushers,
along with terrific dial are something to see Darius !