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TimeOut: Agreed! [nt]

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By: RabidManatee
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Omega: I really like these. Neat to see military watches...

but with white dials. Curious as to why they decided on white for these instead of the traditional black dials.
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By: RabidManatee
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Automotive: Too cool! [nt]

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By: RabidManatee
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Rolex: These 14060s are fantastic.

And, unfortunately, becoming very difficult to find in good condition (as far as I can tell anyhow). Very nice watch you have there.
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By: RabidManatee
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Omega: I used to have the "mid-sized" SMP with a black dial and sword hands.

I ended up moving it along as I thought it was a bit too small for a diver. Had I gotten the full-sized version (in either color) I would have likely kept it.
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By: RabidManatee
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Seiko: I got on the Miami Boutique's waiting list a few weeks ago.

I just hope it isn't too damned big. I might have to take a trip to see the watch in the metal before finalizing the purchase. In any case the re-edition looks very faithful to the original. Thanks for posting the pics and specs. I hadn't seen them yet.
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By: RabidManatee
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Baselworld/SIHH: The pics I saw of the SLA025 didn't do it for me.

Maybe the shine, maybe the size, maybe the combination thereof..? Although I'm a little hesitant about how large the 6105 reissue might be I like the design enough to get myself on the waiting list, or more accurately the waiting list from which to place a deposit after the model (should it actually
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By: RabidManatee
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Baselworld/SIHH: I reserved the SLA017 in part due to your remarks after having seen it in Basel.

And, despite a few niggles I still really enjoy wearing it. Although its existence hasn't been officially confirmed, I can tell you from personal experience that at least one U.S. Seiko Boutique has an active waiting list for a 6105 (a.k.a. "Captain Willard") reissue
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By: RabidManatee
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