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Raven Vs. Sea Dweller  Rating:  Rating
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 Posted: Mon Mar 26th, 2012 07:07 pm
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Steve Laughlin
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My 42mm Raven vs. 40mm Sea Dweller.

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 Posted: Mon Mar 26th, 2012 07:13 pm
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 Posted: Mon Mar 26th, 2012 08:54 pm
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Simply, Raven Wins!
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Have a good one and Happy Collecting ALL!

Kindly,
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 Posted: Mon Mar 26th, 2012 09:44 pm
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Great duo!! The size and style of the Raven is my preference other factors/features aside. Thanks for sharing.

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Great side by side Steve.

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That sea dweller is in awesome shape. I def need to add that to my collection. How much do those go for these days, in that great condition? about $6k with all papers?

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nywatchfan wrote: That sea dweller is in awesome shape. I def need to add that to my collection. How much do those go for these days, in that great condition? about $6k with all papers?
yes, or a bit less (in the US), but should increase because it is discontinued. Maybe I can flip mine for a Deep Sea in a few years.

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Hi

Any chance there will be a PVD/DLC 42mm Raven wth a military bezel(with min markers all the way round) in the near future?

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Peter A

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Darn! My #77 is still in San Jose. Can hardly wait.anodie.gif

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Raven is "sold out" mini me.gif

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Scart wrote:
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Raven is "sold out" mini me.gif


SWEET for those who own one. I am so glad i bought one in time. Been loving the wrist time!

If Raven Watches produces another similar watch, i sincerely hope they change it up so that these 100 pieces sustain their value.

#91/100 and proud.

Last edited on Mon Apr 2nd, 2012 08:00 pm by nywatchfan

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The Raven is such a beauty and I am blown away at how good it looks next to the Rolex. It's hard to understand how the SD could be worth nearly 10x as much.

One question Steve. How much would it complicate production (i.e. add to the price) to align the back engraving with the dial? Mine (#008) is perfectly inverted which is fine with me, and at the price point I have no problem with the random orientation. I am just curious, as that makes for a nice detail. OTOH, I would rather have a watch delivered in a timely manner and with great quality at a great price point, than spend three years waiting for a perfectionist to fiddle with every minute detail (ahem Mk II).

Thanks, Stevral for the awesome customer service. I absolutely love my Vintage.

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