some real world photos of the 50th Anniversary SUB 300 Pro

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Re: some real world photos of the 50th Anniversary SUB 300 P

Post by matt.wu » Tue Dec 20, 2016 12:47 am

^ I want one too!
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Still priced at $1990
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Post by giosdad » Tue Dec 20, 2016 9:00 am

I am holding off as it looks like I will have some unexpected expenses coming up but have been so close to ordering an S/R. As a complete about face from a vintage like watch the 300 is, I have desired a Pelagos LHD lately but I think time is on my side on that one to be able to purchase one for less in the future.
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Re: some real world photos of the 50th Anniversary SUB 300 P

Post by BBK357 » Tue Dec 20, 2016 10:31 am

Shipping notice today- should have it Thursday when I come home from work.


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Post by Chocodove » Thu Dec 22, 2016 10:47 am

mellonb1 wrote:Image
Nice, Brian. How do you like it on ISO? Mines been on the bracelet since I got it, but normally I love iso's on everything. It's seems like the strap thickness would overwhelm the actual watch on this one, though. Haven't tried it yet.
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mellonb1 wrote:Image
Nice, Brian. How do you like it on ISO? Mines been on the bracelet since I got it, but normally I love iso's on everything. It's seems like the strap thickness would overwhelm the actual watch on this one, though. Haven't tried it yet.
I'm not a bracelet guy so off it came upon arrival. Super comfortable on the ISO and I think it works well. Another strap that I want to try out is a Tropic. It might just be the perfect complement to this watch other than the bracelet.

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mellonb1 wrote:
Chocodove wrote:
mellonb1 wrote:Image
Nice, Brian. How do you like it on ISO? Mines been on the bracelet since I got it, but normally I love iso's on everything. It's seems like the strap thickness would overwhelm the actual watch on this one, though. Haven't tried it yet.
I'm not a bracelet guy so off it came upon arrival. Super comfortable on the ISO and I think it works well. Another strap that I want to try out is a Tropic. It might just be the perfect complement to this watch other than the bracelet.
Agreed on the tropic. I imagine a vintage ISO would be great as well.
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Chocodove wrote:
mellonb1 wrote:
Chocodove wrote:
mellonb1 wrote:Image
Nice, Brian. How do you like it on ISO? Mines been on the bracelet since I got it, but normally I love iso's on everything. It's seems like the strap thickness would overwhelm the actual watch on this one, though. Haven't tried it yet.
I'm not a bracelet guy so off it came upon arrival. Super comfortable on the ISO and I think it works well. Another strap that I want to try out is a Tropic. It might just be the perfect complement to this watch other than the bracelet.
Agreed on the tropic. I imagine a vintage ISO would be great as well.
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jtbenson wrote:straight onto vintage iso for me

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Re: some real world photos of the 50th Anniversary SUB 300 P

Post by toxicavenger » Thu Dec 22, 2016 11:54 am

A BC 295 would rock on that watch.

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Post by BBK357 » Thu Dec 22, 2016 12:23 pm

Well FedEx "delivery by 1030" didn't happen and the wife had to take the kids somewhere.
They tried To deliver that 1115. Thanks Obama.
Wife may have to leave tomorrow too.


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Re: some real world photos of the 50th Anniversary SUB 300 P

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BBK357 wrote:Well FedEx "delivery by 1030" didn't happen and the wife had to take the kids somewhere.
They tried To deliver that 1115. Thanks Obama.
Wife may have to leave tomorrow too.


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I have most of my watches that are being shipped FedEx held at a FedEx center. Locations in my area are staying open until 9pm. Maybe this could be an option.

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jtbenson wrote:
Chocodove wrote:
mellonb1 wrote:
Chocodove wrote:
mellonb1 wrote:Image
Nice, Brian. How do you like it on ISO? Mines been on the bracelet since I got it, but normally I love iso's on everything. It's seems like the strap thickness would overwhelm the actual watch on this one, though. Haven't tried it yet.
I'm not a bracelet guy so off it came upon arrival. Super comfortable on the ISO and I think it works well. Another strap that I want to try out is a Tropic. It might just be the perfect complement to this watch other than the bracelet.
Agreed on the tropic. I imagine a vintage ISO would be great as well.
yep (from page 8)...
jtbenson wrote:straight onto vintage iso for me

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Yep, that's the ticket.
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Post by Chocodove » Thu Dec 22, 2016 12:48 pm

BBK357 wrote:Well FedEx "delivery by 1030" didn't happen and the wife had to take the kids somewhere.
They tried To deliver that 1115. Thanks Obama.
Wife may have to leave tomorrow too.


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Sucks. :banghead:

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Post by mellonb1 » Thu Dec 22, 2016 12:53 pm

I have most of my watches that are being shipped FedEx held at a FedEx center as well. Locations in my area are staying open until 9pm.

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aikiman44 wrote:
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Looks like a BC 295 :thumbsup:

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Post by aikiman44 » Thu Dec 22, 2016 2:25 pm

Thanks. The strap is a modern 'Iso' made by BC :salute: . It's nice and light and not tacky so you can easily put the strap through the keepers.
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Post by toxicavenger » Thu Dec 22, 2016 2:29 pm

aikiman44 wrote:Thanks. The strap is a modern 'Iso' made by Squale. It's nice and light and not tacky so you can easily put the strap through the keepers.
The same??? Maybe :shrug:
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Post by aikiman44 » Thu Dec 22, 2016 2:30 pm

Looks exact.
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Post by demer03 » Thu Dec 22, 2016 3:53 pm

Vintage rubber sub tropic :)

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Re: some real world photos of the 50th Anniversary SUB 300 P

Post by dukerules » Thu Dec 22, 2016 4:22 pm

demer03 wrote:Vintage rubber sub tropic :)

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