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New Fiddy 127 mini review and Macro Shots

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Hi guys , I have posted a video review of the new fiddy and you guys loved it.

Now it is time for some macro shots of the new fiddy, hope you guys do not find me boring.

Frontal

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1950 and LsmL placement

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Luminor Panerai

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Crystal Shot

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Crown Guard

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The Beautiful movement

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There are so many experts in this forum so I'll just leave it up to you guys to decide if this is a good rep!

BTW, my video Review is here

http://www.rwg.cc/to...bye-el-and-dsn/

Thanks for viewing!!!

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For me stunning, but I'll wait to see what the real Fiddy gurus say - Babola where r u????

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really GREAT pics! Stunning watch. Regret buying the dsn version JUST before this came out :(

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Looking at the above pic I noticed both movement tabs and screws are missing.

it is a front loader, so once the bezel is pressed in, there is no way you can remove the movement, the rep does have screws... lol

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it is a front loader, so once the bezel is pressed in, there is no way you can remove the movement, the rep does have screws... lol

Gen is a front loader and uses tabs and screws ;) They are also there to keep the stem and dial in proper alignment.

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Gen is a front loader and uses tabs and screws ;) They are also there to keep the stem and dial in proper alignment.

as can be seen here

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Gen is a front loader and uses tabs and screws ;) They are also there to keep the stem and dial in proper alignment.

Too funny. Absolutely right. Never even noticed. Must have forgotten to put them in 5 years ago after a service and the movement fits in tight enough that there has never been an issue. The challenge will be finding them now. :bangin:

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Too funny. Absolutely right. Never even noticed. Must have forgotten to put them in 5 years ago after a service and the movement fits in tight enough that there has never been an issue. The challenge will be finding them now. :bangin:

At this point after 5 years of the watch running without issue, I wouldn't touch it :) BTW, your franken is THE ONE that got me started with this aspect of the hobby. We've come a long way as we see with the OP!

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At this point after 5 years of the watch running without issue, I wouldn't touch it :) BTW, your franken is THE ONE that got me started with this aspect of the hobby. We've come a long way as we see with the OP!

Sounds like the Virginia Slims ad. You do know of course that I will have to add the tabs and screws though - out of principle. ;)

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