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    Seiko's new hand wind/PR indicator blued dialed watch . . .

    just in recently and getting used to it. As always, the GS edges/polishes comes through loud and clear. Not the thinnest out there but not bad for a GS imo. 39mm, could actually be larger for me because of the shorter lugs but not complaining, it works well. Not everyone likes the aesthetic (like with all watches) but for those who do, some candids . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by uchinanchu View Post
    just in recently and getting used to it. As always, the GS edges/polishes comes through loud and clear. Not the thinnest out there but not bad for a GS imo. 39mm, could actually be larger for me because of the shorter lugs but not complaining, it works well. Not everyone likes the aesthetic (like with all watches) but for those who do, some candids . . .

    Absolutely stunning GS!!! And a new model to me (I haven't seen this particular GS previously). Hand-wound and power reserve makes complete sense to me, and I like the overall aesthetic!!!

    Your full-sun wrist shot really shows off that beautiful dial!!!! A real stunner! Congrats on a very special new arrival!!!
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    Chris

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    I find the hand wind movements always a plus.

    Perfect fit. Thanks for the pics and congrats.
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    Nice. The dial looks very dynamic, depending on the lighting.

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    That’s really quite nice, and a good fit for you. I’m not a fan of power reserves, but the use of it here to balance out the small seconds works rather well.


    What’s the model?
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    Thanks for the support!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raza View Post
    Thatís really quite nice, and a good fit for you. Iím not a fan of power reserves, but the use of it here to balance out the small seconds works rather well.


    Whatís the model?
    Mahalo Raza, it's SBGX005, one of the issues from Basel this year . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimman View Post
    Nice. The dial looks very dynamic, depending on the lighting.
    Thank you Dimman . . .yes, depending on the light it changes the hue quite a bit. I was just out driving and took these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uchinanchu View Post
    Mahalo Raza, it's SBGX005, one of the issues from Basel this year . . .
    Mahalo! Are you sure that's the right reference? When I Google that, only an older quartz model comes up. It looks great, I'd like to find out more about it.
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    What a beautiful watch! Congratulations. I would wear that forever. Stunning.
    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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