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1 Yet another Dornbluth addict. on Sat Feb 05, 2011 12:05 am

Hello guy’s (and maybe some girls since the introduction of the Jasmin),
I am also new here on the Dornbluth forum . Last Wednesday I bought myself a 99.1 with some extra features at the AWC store here in the Netherlands (very nice store, specialized in vintage watches). Still have to wait half a year before delivery, but for something this special I am happy to do so. I have been following this watch for more than a year on the internet and couldn’t resist it any longer. The shear craftsmanship always amazed me and seeing the original made me realize that it is something very special. Hopefully those six month’s will pass very quickly.

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2 Welcome Kees! on Sat Feb 05, 2011 4:14 am

Hello Kees,

Please post some photos of your new watch. The 99.1 is a classic!

Cheers

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3 Re: Yet another Dornbluth addict. on Sat Feb 05, 2011 7:53 am

Welcome to the forum, Kees. Look forward to seeing photos of your 99.1 when it arrives.

What options did you choose?

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4 Re: Yet another Dornbluth addict. on Sun Feb 06, 2011 9:58 pm

Hi Guy’s,
Thanks for the welcome. I’m sure going to post some pictures as soon as it’s in. I opted for the enamel dial and engraving of initials on the back.
I saw you’re from Dublin Mark. A city which I still keep some nice memories from. Have stayed in Dublin for some month’s during a project. Still remember the coffee and breakfast from Bewley’s Newlands Cross hotel.

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5 Re: Yet another Dornbluth addict. on Wed Feb 09, 2011 1:08 am

Kees wrote:Hi Guy’s,
Thanks for the welcome. I’m sure going to post some pictures as soon as it’s in. I opted for the enamel dial and engraving of initials on the back.
I saw you’re from Dublin Mark. A city which I still keep some nice memories from. Have stayed in Dublin for some month’s during a project. Still remember the coffee and breakfast from Bewley’s Newlands Cross hotel.

I hope your memories of the coffee and breakfast are good memories, Kees!

I went for the enamel dial, too, and I'm really glad I chose it- it's a little bit different and makes the watch feel even more special.

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6 Re: Yet another Dornbluth addict. on Sun Oct 09, 2011 9:52 pm

It's eight months now since I ordered my watch, still no sign of it. Waiting is painfull.....

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7 Re: Yet another Dornbluth addict. on Mon Oct 17, 2011 8:16 pm

Kees wrote:It's eight months now since I ordered my watch, still no sign of it. Waiting is painfull.....

It will be worth the wait, honest! All the best things in life take a little longer... Very Happy

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8 Re: Yet another Dornbluth addict. on Tue Oct 18, 2011 7:32 pm

Mark wrote:
Kees wrote:It's eight months now since I ordered my watch, still no sign of it. Waiting is painfull.....

It will be worth the wait, honest! All the best things in life take a little longer... Very Happy

This must be my lucky day, just got a call, my watch has arrived. I can hardly wait to collect it. Very Happy

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9 Re: Yet another Dornbluth addict. on Tue Nov 08, 2011 8:47 pm

Kees wrote:
Mark wrote:
Kees wrote:It's eight months now since I ordered my watch, still no sign of it. Waiting is painfull.....

It will be worth the wait, honest! All the best things in life take a little longer... Very Happy

This must be my lucky day, just got a call, my watch has arrived. I can hardly wait to collect it. Very Happy

Kees
What has happened since your watch arrived, did you collect it or was it returned, I'm curious Very Happy

Michael

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10 Re: Yet another Dornbluth addict. on Sun Nov 13, 2011 10:14 pm

Designaddict wrote:
Kees wrote:
Mark wrote:
Kees wrote:It's eight months now since I ordered my watch, still no sign of it. Waiting is painfull.....

It will be worth the wait, honest! All the best things in life take a little longer... Very Happy

This must be my lucky day, just got a call, my watch has arrived. I can hardly wait to collect it. Very Happy

Kees
What has happened since your watch arrived, did you collect it or was it returned, I'm curious Very Happy

Michael

Hello Michael,

I am the proud owner of a 99.1 right now. I am going to order a 99.3 within a couple of weeks from now. Laughing

Kees

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11 Re: Yet another Dornbluth addict. on Mon Nov 14, 2011 12:10 am

Kees wrote:
Designaddict wrote:
Kees wrote:
Mark wrote:
Kees wrote:It's eight months now since I ordered my watch, still no sign of it. Waiting is painfull.....

It will be worth the wait, honest! All the best things in life take a little longer... Very Happy

This must be my lucky day, just got a call, my watch has arrived. I can hardly wait to collect it. Very Happy

Kees
What has happened since your watch arrived, did you collect it or was it returned, I'm curious Very Happy

Michael

Hello Michael,

I am the proud owner of a 99.1 right now. I am going to order a 99.3 within a couple of weeks from now. Laughing

Kees

Congrats Kees, would love to see some pictures of your 'pearl'!

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