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Those Sinn Watches are fantastic!!! Beautiful!!!


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I like the U50 but I have 8.5” wrists so I am sure would look small on me.


Well my friend, then the U2 is for you. I also have 8.5 inch wrists and it sits just about perfect for my preferences. It’s thick though. Not fitting this one under a shirt cuff.
 
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I get readability taking priority on a diver, but just a bit too chunky for me on the dial.




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I like the U50 but I have 8.5” wrists so I am sure would look small on me.


Well my friend, then the U2 is for you. I also have 8.5 inch wrists and it sits just about perfect for my preferences. It’s thick though. Not fitting this one under a shirt cuff.


My U2 looks just right, I have a HELM Vanuatu which is smaller but looks good and similar to a U1


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I purchased a waterproof housing for my iPhone and gave it a try on a cruise to Cozumel earlier this week. Pretty pleased with the housing.

 
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I purchased a waterproof housing for my iPhone and gave it a try on a cruise to Cozumel earlier this week. Pretty pleased with the housing.



Cool! Sea Dweller with lug holes? Crazy how the rehaut seems a half an inch thick!
 
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Cool! Sea Dweller with lug holes? Crazy how the rehaut seems a half an inch thick![/QUOTE]

Correct, SD 16600. It does look especially thick from that angle. It really looks pretty thick off the wrist too but I've never found it to wear that way. It's been my daily almost everyday since purchasing it in the 1999 (less a trip to the spa for service about every 10 years). Just upped my insurance coverage on it since it's almost tripled what I originally paid for it - crazy.
 
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After 5 days of wear the new Sinn is 6 seconds fast. I’m impressed. Very impressed.
 
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After 5 days of wear the new Sinn is 6 seconds fast. I’m impressed. Very impressed.


Mine loses about 2 seconds every 3 days.


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I wish that JLC would make the Polaris with a GMT complication.
I love the look of this watch. I think the extra hand would suit it quite well.




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^ Very nice, love the black/blue gradient.
A GMT would be a nice addition, but it's quite nice as is, too.




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I wish that JLC would make the Polaris with a GMT complication.
I love the look of this watch. I think the extra hand would suit it quite well.



I can see where the Helm Miyako got the dial from now, very similar to JLC.
 
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There have not been many bronze watches posted in this thread lately.

Time to change that.







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A couple more bronze.

Steinhart Ocean 1


Christopher Ward C60 Trident Pro 600


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26mm bands, who do you like?

The rubber strap on the CZ is a bit too grippy for me, want something active safe, salt/sweat durable, guessing fabric/vinyl or something like that.

My prior 3 were all on bracelets, but thinking of keeping the CZ on a strap.




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I’ll add to the bronze…

I need to snap a new picture or two. It has far more patina now.








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The “lol” thread
 
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Here are some fresh photos from this morning. There is quite a bit of patina on it now.








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You guys need to stop, I do not have a bronze watch, but now you have sparked my interest. Love the IWC and Glycine.
 
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Love my two Glycines! And yes both are 46mm and work well for my wrist.

L: 2002 Airman 46 (3820-18T) ETA 2893-2
R: 2000 KMU46 (3804-19S) ETA Unitas 6497-1



The shimmering blue dial of the Airman doesn't show well in this picture Frown



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