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That’s a good point. Im a fan of that version almost exclusively. Hoping Helson releases both dial configurationsHeuerville wrote:Helson should have gone with the 'Big Triangle' version.
Depending on the price point I might jump on this one. Not a fan of micros per se but I enjoyed my Borealis Estoril for the small while I had it. I’m sure Helson f&f will be better.
I try it on every time I swing by the Seiko boutique. Love it every time. The dial is a fantastic work of art and the SD is a marvel of Seiko’s tech. It’s not a dress watch but not a sports watch so that’s one of the things that’s held me back from seriously pursuing one - mainly because of my job; ...
- Sun Feb 04, 2018 7:21 am
- Forum: Watch Reviews
- Topic: Breitling Service Needed
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Cool thing about B’ling is they list their service prices right on the site and from what I’ve read, they don’t tack on BS upcharges - they stick to their pricing sheet. https://www.breitling.com/multimedia/pdf/sav/sav-1219.pdf You can take it to any AD and they can send it in for you (just like an...
- Sat Jan 27, 2018 8:07 pm
- Forum: Seiko Forum
- Topic: SBDC029 Seiko Shogun advice
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Na. Owned two and flipped them.manitoujoe wrote:Lol you making an offer?r.palace wrote:Flip it. You'll get paid and get that awful looking watch off your hands
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- Thu Jan 25, 2018 12:37 pm
- Forum: Main Forum
- Topic: --== WRUW 1 - 25 - 2018 ==--
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Dial is painted in a way to create an interesting matte charcoal result, not the deep black of gloss dials. I think it’ll look great without the damn cyclops. :salute: https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/uFxVbDiVWQvAhgClCDjAF37wUAKzf5wfYKqKITyn5jirIjQ-zVOx6hgOLkFlk_kMx_z6W5aPx_0eKcibYWUTZQYCgPgASe5eV...
- Wed Jan 17, 2018 7:11 pm
- Forum: Main Forum
- Topic: A refreshing start to the new year, with a new perspective...
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Good to hear, Jon. This is definitely the "right" way to do it
These JLC Polaris models are a step in the right direction. Incidentally, had they gone with a black date wheel, it would have looked wrong...it's needed to counter the white of the '9' on the overall dial aesthetic. Were the "9" actually white I'd agree with you. However, since its fauxtina lume I...
Gotta say, looks good enough where I just might be able to overlook the white datePanerai7 wrote:It may not be explorer killer but it's 41mm instead of 39 and less of a shiny bezel. And less Rolex attention, so it's a better watch for me