Hello, I know there are a lot of watch/Omega related threads already and I have read quite a few which have been very helpful and interesting. So I apologise in advance for starting another - but I need a little specific advise and would be grateful for your thoughts. Firstly - a few background facts. I already own a a pre-owned Omega (gold bracelet) DeVeille watch which I have had a for few years. Very nice, understated and goes well with my gold wedding band and signet ring (on the other hand). But I have long wanted to buy (treat myself) to a brand new Seamaster. However I like to earn my treats and felt it would be good if I had an occasion which would make it less than just an aimless treat. To explain, last year I gave myself am Aston Martin as a treat for completing 2 law degrees and qualifying as a lawyer (barrister) and setting up my own consultancy successfully working into its 2nd year at the time. I also purchased my wife an Omega (ladies version of a Seamaster look-alike) as a gift for having our first baby. At that time i tried on a few Seamasters for size - but left undecided on size in the main. Since doing a little more reading (here and elsewhere) I am still unsure about he size and now the specific model. 1. Re: Size I have always been a little less than enthusiastic about overtly large size watches - as they are often associated with rich footballers and newly rich people with little taste/class - but more importantly they can be a bot too big on my wrist and also I wear suits 5 days a week so, discreet and understated elegance is my preferred position. Anyway, the circa 36mm seemed like a good size - but should I overlook aforementioned reasons and go with the more well known larger size - if so which?circa 41mm seems to be the other option. 2. Re: Model I just wanted a black face silver bracelet Seamaster - not caring too much if it had the multiple little dials or not. A little further reading I have now learnt a bit more about the models it seems the one I am liking more is the Omega Seamaster 300M Chronometer Gents Watch (Professional) - circa 36-37mm http://www.goldsmiths.co.uk/Omega-Seamaster-300M-Chronometer-Gents-Watch/p/17330820/ circa 41mm http://www.goldsmiths.co.uk/Omega-Seamaster-300M-Gents-Watch/p/17330822/ But whilst reading I learn about a model known as 2254.50 - - what is so good about this model? - how does it differ to the model I have taken a liking to? - what is the model number of the one I like and how is it properly referred to? The main reason is that I plan to make my purchase next weekend and would be guided by any of your advise. I am most keen on the smaller (or medium as it is often called) size but don't want to make an uneducated purchase. it is also a justified treat as a personal business target will have been reached by next week and I wanted to treat myself to the long awaited watch. Thanks in advance.