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Time2watch said:
Thanks!

It's Duratect Titanitum, plus some DLC coating... 3 days now, not a scratch!

Looks fantastic :-* Welcome to the Attesa owners club!


Here is my recently acquired pair of Attesas:


ATV53-3022 "Jet Setter":







ATD53-3011 "Direct Flight":


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Hot Dawg! mighty and mean a tough machine what an atomic beast!
 

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I like it a lot better than the Citizen Skyhawk AT. Much cleaner in execution. There is an export market version of this watch under model # JY8000-50E. It is not sold in North America but mostly Europe and Asia-Pacific countries. In Australia in retails for AUD $1,800 and it comes in Titanium but I don't think the export version offers Duratect + DLC. The Word "Attesa" is also missing from the dial and it is sold as a Promaster instead:







The Attesa line is typically a cross between dress/sporty watches. This one is the most sporty Attesa you can get. A lovely watch indeed.





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I like it a lot better than the Citizen Skyhawk AT. Much cleaner in execution. There is an export market version of this watch under model # JY8000-50E. It is not sold in North America but mostly Europe and Asia-Pacific countries. In Australia in retails for RRP $1,800 (USD $1,473) and it comes in Titanium but I don't think the export version offers Duratect + DLC. The Word "Attesa" is also missing from the dial and it is sold as a Promaster instead:







The Attesa line is typically a cross between dress/sporty watches. This one is the most sporty Attesa you can get. A lovely watch indeed.



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WEW!!!

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