Sealander Amphibian Visualisation

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Jaymz wrote:
Mon Apr 26, 2021 9:18 am
So after seeing some leaked shots. I can say damn i was so close :D :D
I haven't seen any leaked photos so will have to wait until launch, however thanks for the hint!
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I'm sure we'd all love to see those pics! How close were your creations to the forthcoming design...? I loved your first design...I hope CW keep it simple and maybe it could sell below the price of a stainless C60. Fingers crossed ...
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Having seen the 'leaked' watches (which I'm not going to discuss in any real detail), I'd be very surprised if they actually came from CW and not some guy sat at his laptop in his pants with too much time.

The hands and pinions on the rightmost watch were angled to the left while the dial and watch itself angled to the right. Plus the date window was all to c##k along with some of the markers.

CW's renders are produced from their 3D CAD models if I'm not mistaken, so I'd be surprised if they managed to balls that up using photoshop. Then again, we know they're prone to making the odd error :D
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As long as the logo at 12 is of a noticeable colour to help balance the dial. White would be my preference
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Maybe we will have details on Thursday if these guys are correct about three new releases , skip to 20 minutes in...

https://youtu.be/E-68cwRn2g0
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Looks like they will be revealed tomorrow 29/04 according to an email I received this morning...
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Looks quite Lympstone like from the teaser
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Waiting for GODO...?

The email says " #GODO" at the bottom

I am familiar with "GADA" but not GODO ... unless it's just literally "Go, Do "

Reminds me of Beckett's "Waiting for Godot"..?
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StrappedUp wrote:
Tue Apr 27, 2021 10:53 am
Having seen the 'leaked' watches (which I'm not going to discuss in any real detail), I'd be very surprised if they actually came from CW and not some guy sat at his laptop in his pants with too much time.

The hands and pinions on the rightmost watch were angled to the left while the dial and watch itself angled to the right. Plus the date window was all to c##k along with some of the markers.

CW's renders are produced from their 3D CAD models if I'm not mistaken, so I'd be surprised if they managed to balls that up using photoshop. Then again, we know they're prone to making the odd error :D

I could make this so much worse with the simple request "Hands up if your laptop is in your pants" :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Tortoise wrote:
Wed Apr 28, 2021 11:33 am
Waiting for GODO...?

The email says " #GODO" at the bottom

I am familiar with "GADA" but not GODO ... unless it's just literally "Go, Do "

Reminds me of Beckett's "Waiting for Godot"..?
I was thinking the same. Even an old fart like me eventually figured out GADA... Then I thought why can't CW spell Godot and what's he got to do with watches anyway? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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I'm just hoping for no more homages...
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jtc wrote:
Wed Apr 28, 2021 1:29 pm
I'm just hoping for no more homages...
Good point! :)

The email refers to three “sports-explorer” watches.

Just wondering, do any other well known brands do watches that are (almost) described as such?

Ah IIRC there is a brand that has just produced updated models of a couple of their Sports watches, that are suitable for many activities, including a bit of exploring.

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There’s a very short vid on the CW Facebook page - shows black and white faced variants and a GMT.
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nbg wrote:
Wed Apr 28, 2021 3:12 pm
jtc wrote:
Wed Apr 28, 2021 1:29 pm
I'm just hoping for no more homages...
Good point! :)

The email refers to three “sports-explorer” watches.

Just wondering, do any other well known brands do watches that are (almost) described as such?

Ah IIRC there is a brand that has just produced updated models of a couple of their Sports watches, that are suitable for many activities, including a bit of exploring.

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#GODO
GO anywhere
DO anything

Had to search twitter and see the @ChrisWardLondon post/video clip to make out what #GODO meant as it confused me to start with. SO much so I even couldnt work out how Go Anywhere DO Anything (#GADA) translated to #GODO, and then the penny dropped.
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