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Nice looking Hamilton. Not sure if I like that date window tho...

 

price?

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Just north of $1k I believe. Not a fran of the date either, but at least its a bit different.
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I could live with the date window. I have wanted a Hamilton Chrono as a "dress beater" for a while. Some of their chronographs are very IWC'ish, if that makes any sense.
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Here's a stupid random Q:

Stopped by a jeweler today to look at some vintage subs. The salesman pronounced the name of the watch in the same way you would say Seattle Mariners. I always say it in the Hunt for Red October sense.

WIS verdict?

Seattle Mariners pronunciation is correct.
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So, just figured out how to use a macro lens with my camera. Kind of embarrassing, but I am not much of a photog. Figured I would snap off some pictures for you guys! Never shot any good ones when I got my baby. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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great pics! i wish i could take pics like that. really nice the way you captured the skeleton caseback, and texture of the dial.
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Ha. point taken. I should say applicable to styleforum. I can dream right?

nightmares? sure.
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

You know, normally I'm down with complications and master chrono's, but there's just too much going on with that face.

that stock pic is terrible, i am sure IRL it looks fantastic, even with such a busy face. although i dont mind a busy watch face anyways.
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Originally Posted by ElDave View Post

Seattle Mariners pronunciation is correct.

And is the same as the pronunciation in the Hunt for Red October sense.
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Originally Posted by antikantian View Post

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Too much going on for me...the two complications at the top that look like eyes put it over the top for me.
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Originally Posted by Cuttingboard View Post

Too much going on for me...the two complications at the top that look like eyes put it over the top for me.

I agree, I wish they put the power reserve somewhere else. Getting rid of the two top subs would bring the aesthetic more in-line w/one of my favorite Patek perpetuals. Probably easier said than done, however.
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just randomly looking through my photobucket.

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Do you still have the sea dweller?

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Nah I had to sell it, as much I wanted to keep it. It was just a tad too thick for me, it wasn't comfortable. I'm pretty fickle on how I wear my watch. I tend to wear it tight or loose at any given time. The glidelock was a godsend for me.
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Looking at either a Rolex Submariner (two-tone or black/silver) Versus a GMT Master (Pepsi colorway - red/blue)

What do you guys suggest ? They both have similar designs
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Thread Starter 
Please don't get a two-tone
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why ?
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