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    rolex pic as answer guy mikeylacroix's Avatar
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    seals watch co coming along

    i like it. should be nice.


    *something weird happened earlier. pics back
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    It is nice. Proprietary lugs though And skeleton hands with a little bit of lume on...

    http://seals-watches.com/watch-colle...chase-model-a/

    Case width: 41.00mm
    Case thickness: 12.20mm
    Lug to lug: 51.00mm
    Water resistance: 10ATM / 100 meters
    Sapphire crystal: 2.5mm, with anti-reflective coating on the inside
    Movement: Miyota 9015
    Price: $600USD

    Options: ss black dial/white dial; PVD black dial/white dial - LE 100 of each.

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    I kind of like it. I'd like it even more on a bracelet..... The proprietary lugs wouldn't matter to me with a bracelet, as I'd be unlikely to ever want to change to a strap.
    Some people have opinions - The rest of us have taste.

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    there will be a bracelet option i think..mike's getting the design under control atm.
    i ordered the silver dial version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffbot View Post
    It is nice. Proprietary lugs though .
    Deal breaker. I have a watch with wide lugs like you see on Oris and not being able to change straps sucks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    Deal breaker. I have a watch with wide lugs like you see on Oris and not being able to change straps sucks.
    For me also. I'm a habitual strap changer.

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    Interesting '70s Genta vibe to it. I like the case shape, not so much the lugs or polished markers on the dial. My experience is that results in poor visibility under different lighting conditions. The hands look a bit ... I dunno - stamped-from-sheet-metal-isn? However, I like the direction of the design and the price seems good. I'll enjoy seeing how the brand evolves. It's good to see this blossoming of independent watch companies.
    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Looks nice but not being able to change out straps would factor into my buying decision.
    "Either He's Dead, Or My Watch Has Stopped....."
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    I really like it! Bold, but elegant design, mix of brushed and polished elements, well balanced hands size.
    I don't like the price, but I understand that being micro-brand and somewhat limited and blah-blah...

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