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I really like how the date was incorporated in to the design. You rarely see a date window on the left side of a watch face, nice little change. I also like how it was added to an hour marker to preserve as much symmetry as possible. The camouflage on the face is stylistic in fashion, being modeled after a traditional camouflage look, not the tighter design we see in today's military. This could never be a stealthy hidden watch, even on a weekend warrior. So therein lies the contradiction, a very large bold watch, with the humor to suggest it is meant to blend in with a camo face. Prices are 00 plus, which is to be expected with this premium brand.
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To get people excited about new products (or at least aware of then), watch makers need to advertise. This is clear. How they advertise varies greatly. Most of it in my opinion is rubbish. Never really does a good job of getting people excited about the products. At least not people like me. I prefer to see items in their "natural environment." Otherwise watch makers actually do something that is really funny, or just plain odd. Which is amusing because they are typically so conservative. At least Cartier is. Well Cartier is gonna hate me for saying this, but I have a feeling that their new Panther ad for the Les Must collection made a big oops. I refer to the ad at the top.Read more ›