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AtomicTom
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PostSubject: Tudor's Iconaut   Fri Aug 21, 2015 2:15 pm

Hey everyone, stumbled across this incredible looking Tudor for the first time, and can't believe have
never seen it until now. Have you?

Well just in case, here's a little info about it. The watch is called the Iconaut, and evidently isn't even made
anymore. Looks like it was around back in 2011, and had a really sport dial, and came in a few variations too.
A few of the details about the watch include that it had a stainless steel case, uni-directional rotating diver's
bezel, sapphire crystal, 10 ATM WR, automatic chronograph GMT movement with 46 hour power reserve, and
stainless steel bracelet.

A few of the variations everybody...






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PostSubject: Re: Tudor's Iconaut   Fri Aug 21, 2015 10:25 pm

Never saw this one Tom, seems like a cool watch but must have been not so popular if I have never anybody wear one.

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PostSubject: Re: Tudor's Iconaut   Sat Aug 22, 2015 12:16 am

sixtysix wrote:
Never saw this one Tom, seems like a cool watch but must have been not so popular if I have never anybody wear one.

Great point there Gary ! ..Maybe people were turned off by the funky dial, but kind of think that's what's
neat about it. cheers It's probably not something Tudor would try today right?!

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