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Holy big photo! I can see each individual skin cell! Smile


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Holy big photo! I can see each individual skin cell! Smile

I hate to say it but I actually miss photosuckit. They automatically limited the size of the photos. Imgur doesn't do it. I'm going to have to figure that out. Apologies for the IMAX size photos.

Imgur has this on their desktop site. They do not have it in the app or on mobile but you can use your browser and request the desktop site. I typically use Large Thumbnail.




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Thanks for the tips!
 
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I hate to over-Seiko this thread, but this 62MAS re-issue is just captivating my camera lens as I labor to try to get a pic to suggest how amazing the crystal, dial, indices, case etc etc etc...




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That Seiko Diver is nice, and certainly a hot piece at the moment. Has a lot of good features.
 
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Of all the different styles and colors of watches, the ones blue dials really are stunning.
 
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I like the blue ones too.
 
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Of all the different styles and colors of watches, the ones blue dials really are stunning.


I've had some great blue dials from time to time.

The king daddies!




And a few great value plays.




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Love that FPJ. I have a 15202 Extra Thin, a bit more blue than your Jumbo. One of my favorites.
 
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Love that FPJ. I have a 15202 Extra Thin, a bit more blue than your Jumbo. One of my favorites.


Mine was in and out very quick. It was an older model I bought pre owned and it had the one sided deployant instead of the dual butterfly deployant. It cantilevered off the side of my small wrist and just couldn't be made to fit up. For a 39mm watch, it really wore like a 41 IMO too. The FPJ was (gone now also) an amazing dial. It would look iridescent blue, or maybe dark navy... or maybe just black. Depending on the lighting of course.

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rOgue, that AP is awesome. Love the look.


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The Glashűtte takes the cake for me Eek




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These two are great:

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Of all the different styles and colors of watches, the ones blue dials really are stunning.



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The Glashűtte takes the cake for me Eek


Me, too...I've revisited this thread a couple times now just to look at that watch again...
 
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Blue Dials??



(Sorry about the lint.)


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Can't go wrong with that PADI! I know a guy that just had one modded with a domed AR sapphire. Really elevated in a subtle way, the impression the watch gives.



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Hellooooooo? Frown Ok, here's one that's gone. But from the archives.

Vintage Hamilton Aqua-Date Supercompressor




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Anyone like a good back side? I do ;-)



 
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Those are superb!



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Those are superb!


Much oblige. I thoroughly enjoy a good manual winding movement.
 
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