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    BCD Enthusiast epezikpajoow's Avatar
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    What does your watch look like in the dark? The confession of a lumejunkie.......

    We all have been there: a beautiful watch but poor lume. There are so many differences in the material used, these are "some" of mine.......I must admit: I am a lumejunkie!

    Tudor Black Bay Blue



    Benarus Sea Snake 1st Gen



    Artego 500m



    Citizen Promaster Sky As4020



    Seiko Monster 2nd Gen



    Seiko SUN019 Prospex



    Citizen "Excalibur"



    Seiko Neo Monster



    Seiko Orange Monster



    Seiko Shogun



    Seiko Sportura SUN015 GMT



    XW Tsunami Silver



    Seiko MM300



    Certina DS Action Diver



    Deep Blue Pro Aqua 1500



    Helson Shark Diver 45



    Tag Heuer F1 Big Date



    Seiko SRP455



    G. Gerlach Otago



    Halios Laguna Black



    SAS Sea 01



    Pellikaan 1



    Aquadive BS300



    Seiko Tuna



    OriŽnt OS300



    Crepas Tektite



    WUS DWP



    Omega Planet Ocean

    [U

    Glycine Incursore



    BaliHa'i Model C



    Artego 300m



    Armida A1




    Magrette Regattare 2011



    Oris BC3 Advanced Day/Date



    Steinhart Triton 100ATM



    Steinhart 30ATM



    Steinhart 44 GMT



    Torgoen T5



    I hope you see how serious my handicap is........

    Eric
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    Eric, that is an epic lume post, man. Seriously awesome. I really enjoyed it.

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    Amazing lume shots, Eric.

    I've got a few:

    SKXA35



    Sumo



    Monster



    Bathys 100F



    U1



    Ocean7 LM2



    Halios Tropik SS



    Ecozilla




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    Man, that Tropik is so well designed. The lume really points that out.

    Cool shots man.

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    Not all dive watches, but lume it is!










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    I love all you shots, Gabe and Martin, nice to see all these different interpretations!
    "Don't count the days but make the days count"

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    here are my favorite lume shots... again. not all dive watches....

    Stowa, Monster Lum Tec

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    Monsters


    Stowa...I call this, Why Gernmany lost WWII...


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    A couple Helsons for you:
    Turtle
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    Shark Diver 42
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    The ubiquitous Seiko Blumo
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    I love those Turtles.

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    My favorite for night time use, Ball Hydrocarbon Classic II

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