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ll The Dials of the pending Renato TTV

the dial choices of the upcoming Renato Vulcan to be featured as a opNBC Today's Top Value.. check it out! I believe the release date his coming Tuesday evening the 15th midnight east - 9p west


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Normally colors don't make a huge difference on my opinion, but there are several colors I outright don't like in that model, and several colors I love. Very unusual, and I don't know what it is about the watch that makes it so color dependent. tkromer View Public Profile Send a private message to tkromer Send email to tkromer Find all posts by tkromer Add tkromer to Your Contacts #3 Today, 02:57 PM

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Cool look to them and I would buy them if they were SS. I guess I will wait until the SS or gold come out. __________________


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SOME GREAT LOOKS THERE! Bump up the value pays so us poor folk can afford them. __________________

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Great dials. Too bad (for me) they are too big. Any women's models? fuji View Public Profile Send a private message to fuji Send email to fuji Find all posts by fuji Add fuji to Your Contacts #6 Today, 03:39 PM

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orange...mmmmm __________________

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Tim Temple WatchGeek VIP Senior Geek

the orange is nice.. no doubt :-) if memory serves, these are 46mm, so obviously a big look don't know if Renato has smaller examples in the works Tim Temple View Public Profile Send a private message to Tim Temple Find all posts by Tim Temple Add Tim Temple to Your Contacts #8 Today, 04:45 PM Join Date: Sep 2009 Posts: 3,564

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Are all of them black? __________________


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Like the yellow and blue dials, just wondering how much $$? WatchFanatico View Public Profile Send a private message to WatchFanatico Find all posts by WatchFanatico Add WatchFanatico to Your Contacts #10 Today, 04:54 PM


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RenatoDiamond Senior Member True WatchGeek

Those are all great, I prefer either the orange or blue version __________________

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Man, I can't decide between the green or orange. __________________ WATCHES = FUN watchayla1 View Public Profile Send a private message to watchayla1 Send email to watchayla1 Find all posts by watchayla1 Add watchayla1 to Your Contacts #12 Today, 06:19 PM

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they are all black, at least this time around.. I can tell you that all the colors absolutely pop on this version.. even the gray to an extent Tim Temple View Public Profile Send a private message to Tim Temple Find all posts by Tim Temple Add Tim Temple to Your Contacts #13 Today, 06:29 PM

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You are killing me . . . I am still paying off my last Renato TTV! I love it, can I get one . . . i will have to break open the penny bank! __________________ Burt bmaben View Public Profile Send a private message to bmaben Send email to bmaben Find all posts by bmaben Add bmaben to Your Contacts #14 Today, 06:29 PM


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They are sharp!!! Thanks for the pics!!! __________________ We sleep safe in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm. ~ George Orwell Brant View Public Profile Send a private message to Brant Send email to Brant Find all posts by Brant Add Brant to Your Contacts #15 Today, 06:31 PM Join Date: Feb 2010 Location: Toledo, OH Posts: 467

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I hope top men are cutting the price with a giant sword. Would really love a vulcan in my collection. Withoutlooking View Public Profile Send a private message to Withoutlooking Find all posts by Withoutlooking Add Withoutlooking to Your Contacts #16 Today, 06:37 PM


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wield that sword with great skill! Tim Temple View Public Profile Send a private message to Tim Temple Find all posts by Tim Temple Add Tim Temple to Your Contacts #17 Today, 06:54 PM Join Date: Sep 2009 Posts: 3,564

shockquake Senior Member Master WatchGeek

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Originally Posted by Tim Temple they are all black, at least this time around.. I can tell you that all the colors absolutely pop on this version.. even the gray to an extent Thanks Tim. I like the orange, blue and yellow in that order. Great looking timepieces. __________________


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I'm too rough on ip. I'll watch for the ss version... __________________ Bullwinkle: "Hey Rocky, watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat!" gman66 View Public Profile Send a private message to gman66 Find all posts by gman66 Add gman66 to Your Contacts #19 Today, 06:59 PM


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How much? __________________

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watchfan7 Senior Member True WatchGeek

The green and the blue dials are smoking hot!!! __________________


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Hotspur Senior Member Super Geek

Red and orange executions are just spectacular, but have never been able to get past that texture on the bezel of the Vulcans - just too many busy textures on one watch for me. __________________

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Any idea what the price will be? __________________

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Very cool Tim, great job as usual-thanks for sharing. __________________

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Thanks for the post Tim ... all of my current Vulcans are either SS or rubber, so I'm happy for the chance to pick up a black IP version, and these look great .... just hope the TTV price gets into my budget. __________________ Fatal Error in REALITY.SYS .... Run BIG_BANG.EXE (Y/N)? WatchYaThink View Public Profile Send a private message to WatchYaThink Send email to WatchYaThink Find all posts by WatchYaThink Add WatchYaThink to Your Contacts #25 Today, 08:26 PM Join Date: Sep 2009 Location: Grand Rapids, MI Posts: 2,073 Real Name: Dave

icewolf64 Senior Member Super Geek

Like the movement and dial layout. Hoping he comes out with in all stainless steel. I am a little late coming into the renatos and have not seen a vulcan of lately that catches my eye like those of two years ago. __________________

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