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    #31
    Originally posted by Duckber View Post

    The lugs are soft and rounded. Your own examples prove yourself wrong.
    They arent 100% gen like, but still much better than the old batches, so we can give them some credit.

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      #32
      Originally posted by sfbatman787 View Post
      They arent 100% gen like, but still much better than the old batches, so we can give them some credit.

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      In my opinion the gen lugs are still definitively sharper than his ARF example but to each their own.
      Last edited by Duckber; 06-12-20, 19:58.

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        #33
        Originally posted by Duckber View Post


        In my opinion the gen lugs are still definitively sharper than his ARF example but to each their own.
        I am with you, there is still room for improvement but at least the new batches could now mimics gen lugs that were poorly repolished by some unskilled polisher ????

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        Last edited by sfbatman787; 06-12-20, 20:05.

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          #34
          Originally posted by sfbatman787 View Post
          I am with you, there is still room for improvement but at least the new batches could now mimics gen lugs that were poorly repolished by some unskilled polisher ????

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          Hahaha, fair enough

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            #35
            Originally posted by trustytime View Post
            VSF will be releasing their first Datejust 126334 with VS3235 movement. It will only come in the silver dial first in oyster bracelet.

            Pics for it will come later when they release the sample.

            Stocks will be available very soon.


            before the movement you could think about dial.
            new 126334 with movement 3235 has the crown painted at hour 6 under the stick (where in the old there is the “30”

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              #36
              Originally posted by federik91 View Post

              before the movement you could think about dial.
              new 126334 with movement 3235 has the crown painted at hour 6 under the stick (where in the old there is the “30”
              Pretty sure this is just a render, trusty said final sample will be done soon. Hopefully that's the case

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                #37
                Originally posted by federik91 View Post

                before the movement you could think about dial.
                new 126334 with movement 3235 has the crown painted at hour 6 under the stick (where in the old there is the “30”
                That's probably the one they had as reference. No one cares as long as it's accurate to that one which so far no factory managed to pull off.
                Last edited by YellowFin; 06-12-20, 20:33.

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                  #38
                  Oh yes oh yes oh yes. Give me that rhodium dial on jubilee. Bye bye ARF.

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                    #39
                    Originally posted by federik91 View Post

                    before the movement you could think about dial.
                    new 126334 with movement 3235 has the crown painted at hour 6 under the stick (where in the old there is the “30”
                    Nope,you have first batch from rolex in 2016 which have 30 under 6 o clock and have 3235 movement,but yeah looks better with latest batches with crown

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                      #40
                      Originally posted by trustytime View Post

                      Yes, they have plans to release the range of Datejusts.
                      Do you know if VSF have any plans to rep the new 41mm Oyster Perpetuals?

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                        #41
                        Originally posted by Woodz View Post

                        Do you know if VSF have any plans to rep the new 41mm Oyster Perpetuals?
                        One can hope

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                          #42
                          As beautiful as they are, will VSF rep the 36mm as well? Or will they stick with the pan-sized models?
                          Last edited by mari115; 07-12-20, 06:53.
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                          "You!"

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                            #43
                            Originally posted by mari115 View Post
                            As beautiful as they are, will VSF rep the 36mm as well? Or will they stick with the pan-sized models?
                            You probably already know this -- but on the off chance you don't the DJ41 is only 39.5mm.

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                              #44
                              Originally posted by Duckber View Post

                              You probably already know this -- but on the off chance you don't the DJ41 is only 39.5mm.
                              I still prefer the 36mm DJ, it's the Goldilocks size for me regarding DJs
                              Last edited by mari115; 07-12-20, 07:01.
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                              "You!"

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                                #45
                                Originally posted by Duckber View Post


                                In my opinion the gen lugs are still definitively sharper than his ARF example but to each their own.
                                I actually compared my ARF DJ41 to my colleague's grey gen and there's no visible difference on the upper edge of the lugs. They both look more or less the same to the eye i.e. like on the picture below.

                                Last edited by YellowFin; 07-12-20, 08:04.

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