Hey guys, question about 'LIME' Kermit bezel

Aug 01, 2020,13:39 PM

I happened to be searching for value on my Kermit... and I saw this quote from a seller.

Only very few ~ 2/100 will have these bezels that turns tropical green.

He called it a LIME bezel. 

Is this true?

Mine has definitely turned this bright type lime ish color.


What's the story on LIME??

Are they more highly valued? Are they super rare? Thanks.

(sorry I did not add pics, I am truly as lazy as it gets with pics, but I'm guessing you all know what I'm referring to.)

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A quote from a SELLER

 By: Bruno.M1 : August 1st, 2020-13:48
That says enough 😉

LOL! [nt]

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-13:51

ROFL!!! [nt]

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-13:57

Aw crap lol

 By: Mostel : August 1st, 2020-14:21
Well, I didn't BUY the watch guys come onnnnn.... hahahahaha. However this term LIME KERMIT is real. Is it more sought after? It's a new bit of minutia for me.

He he he... ;) [nt]

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-14:21

Ha! [nt]

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-14:35

Here is a picture.

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-14:41
Credit picture: Jacek. ...  

For the record... lol... this LIME reference is real lololo

 By: Mostel : August 2nd, 2020-18:44
Look it up... I feel like a newbie hahahahah

So does this mean lime is greater valued?

 By: Mostel : August 3rd, 2020-15:50
At your service, newbie! But... I can not find definitive evidence that LIME is higher in demand/ value. ? It makes some sense. Tropical is higher value and this is like that.

Well said. [nt]

 By: amanico : August 3rd, 2020-23:57