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Micha  
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November 30, 2012 09:17PM
...but an official Tudor dealer as well as good watch makers can most likely get one directly from Tudor. You probably wouldn't want to hear this, because this won't come cheap... That being said, getting official Tudor parts through grey channells may be difficult, just like Rolex parts. They may keep a lid on the parts to prevent the making of Frankenwatches. Then again I'm no expert here blushing!


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Micha
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Looking for a crystal for a Tudor OysterThin

solex118November 30, 2012 07:22PM

I would go with a generic crystal. A lot more affordable (n/t)

Reto46December 01, 2012 05:14AM

Maybe Smile URL

Robmks56November 30, 2012 10:27PM

Probably not the option you'd like to hear...

Micha49November 30, 2012 09:17PM



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