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    Re: Thoughts on the new SuperOcean Heritage II

    I dont mind it, but I rather have the original somtimes

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    Re: Thoughts on the new SuperOcean Heritage II

    i love my SOH 46 red gold chrono but looking to sell it and actually having a hard time finding a buyer.. i realize the size combined with the gold may not be for everyone lol

    just gotta be patient and wait for the right buyer
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    Re: Thoughts on the new SuperOcean Heritage II

    Saw the first gen side by side the other day with the new II. To me, they look almost indistinguishable other than the obvious differences like the hands and bezel. I am very curious how the ceramic bezel will hold up, I'm intrigued. The Tudor movement has gained my liking as time has went on, I'd love to try one of these new pieces.
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    Re: Thoughts on the new SuperOcean Heritage II

    As for the 42mm versions, that 6:00 date window placement on the II moved from the 3:00 placement, along with the new hands and ceramic bezel, put it on my short list.

    Like I previously mentioned, if it wasn't for the II's slightly more muted hue of blue, I'd already have one.

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    Re: Thoughts on the new SuperOcean Heritage II

    Quote Originally Posted by Camdamonium View Post
    Saw the first gen side by side the other day with the new II. To me, they look almost indistinguishable other than the obvious differences like the hands and bezel. I am very curious how the ceramic bezel will hold up, I'm intrigued. The Tudor movement has gained my liking as time has went on, I'd love to try one of these new pieces.
    I was informed that the II sits higher on the wrist. Did you get that impression?

    Thanks.
    6.5" left wrist

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    Quote Originally Posted by Relo60 View Post
    I was informed that the II sits higher on the wrist. Did you get that impression?

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    Unfortunately that's true. I passed by the Breiting boutique recently and tried both on. The SOH II 42 and 46 both sit higher on the wrist compared to my 46 SOH, more noticeable with the 46. To add some numbers to it, the 42 SOHII is 14.35mm and the 46 SOHII is 15mm thick compared to the SOH 46 which is 13.3mm thick. While the ceramic bezel looks great, I don't like the thickness. I don't consider thicker movements as progression.

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    Re: Thoughts on the new SuperOcean Heritage II

    I've never been much of a Breitling fan. Yesterday I stopped by a boutique and saw the new Heritage II. After seeing it in the flesh I couldn't say no, it's a beautiful piece. Went with the blue 42mm on shark mesh. Picking it up later today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GT27 View Post
    I've never been much of a Breitling fan. Yesterday I stopped by a boutique and saw the new Heritage II. After seeing it in the flesh I couldn't say no, it's a beautiful piece. Went with the blue 42mm on shark mesh. Picking it up later today.
    Post a pic! Debating between the blue or black 42mm

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    Re: Thoughts on the new SuperOcean Heritage II

    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Lamb View Post
    Post a pic! Debating between the blue or black 42mm
    Yes, I typically lean towards black dials. But, the blue on this watch looks absolutely stunning. It's a deeper blue but it changes nicely as it catches the light. I put both on my wrist and the blue instantly popped at me. And my watch box needed a bit of color infused into it.



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