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    Steinhart Ocean Titanium

    I really, really love this new one from Steinhart...

    http://www.steinhartwatches.de/en/OC...emium,974.html


    It has something of the Tudor Pelagos about it: titanium case, lumed bezel and a modern look.

    I love the colour, the chapter ring and the date position. I just wish it either had a snowflake dial or a GMT hand as I just can't find a place for another black bezelled dive watch in my correction
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    I got the same email you must have got yesterday , I like .... and it's not expensive either

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    More info and pics in the News feed
    http://www.intlwatchleague.com/showt...722#post175722

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    The hands seem to overwhelm the markers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    The hands seem to overwhelm the markers
    PS all their divers seem to have the thin A10 movement yet no matter the WR the cases are always 13mm - presumably they're simply not interested in getting them any thinner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    PS all their divers seem to have the thin A10 movement yet no matter the WR the cases are always 13mm - presumably they're simply not interested in getting them any thinner?
    Seems to be a diver thing, thick watches are all the rage.

    That's why I like my TAG Aquaracers, as the 300m is ridiculously thin, and even the 500m has the same mid-case with just a thicker back so it feels really thin on the wrist.
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    Not exactly drooling; but: I like it - I want one...
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    ETA: 5 - 8 working days
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    Quote Originally Posted by crownpuller View Post
    ETA: 5 - 8 working days
    Pah, was hoping to have it for this weekend....
    (Tells self: Good things come to those who wait)
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    Quote Originally Posted by crownpuller View Post
    ETA: 5 - 8 working days
    Working day 8 - No watch
    On the plus side: Got a text from FedEx today to say it has been picked up (doesn't say where from ?!) and expect delivery "...by 25th"
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    I've only ordered one Steinhart and it took close to 3 weeks to arrive. Speed is not their specialty...

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