King Seiko 45-8000
Seikomatic cal. 603
Seiko SBDX001 Marine Master
Seiko SBBN011 Darth Tuna - sold
Seiko H558-5000 Arnie - sold
Seiko SNZH60 FFF Dial - sold
Rolex DateJust 16014 -sold
Seiko SBBN007 Tuna Can - sold (and big time regretted)
Seiko SBDA003 Blue Samurai - sold
Omega 2254.50.00 Seamaster 300 - sold
Omega 3540.50.00 Speedmaster Split Seconds - sold
Omega 3290.50.00 Speedmaster Professional X-33 - sold
Seems like this is the best place to ask. I see some places quoting the MM300 as 44mm and some as 42mm. Which one is it (without crown)? Also, what's the lug to lug? And, since I'm asking silly questions, does anyone want to trade it straight up for my Sumo?
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A man's watch is a very cherished thing. You steal that, you might as well be stealing his soul.
44mm is case diameter, 42mm is bezel diameter. Lug to lug is - if I correctly remember - 51mm. Answer to your silly question is NO :)
it wears smaller than the Sumo IMHO
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..seen sand blasted MM300 - what a barbarism done to this brilliant watch! I mean - the result does not look bad at all, but original one is way better.
here is mine - I am sure this is the Seiko I will never sell:
After drooling over this watch for years now, I finally took the plunge and picked one up from Katsu-san.
I've owned hundreds of divers, and the MM300 is simply superb - a great addition to my Seiko collection. These automatic Marinemasters are easily equal to anything else other watch companies put out, at any price, in my opinion.
Lots of dive watches.
Happy to see the many proud owners of the MM300.
Question is, what's next?
i doubt that I will spend on the GS 200m diver(although i m 100% certain that it is one heck of a diver).
One day... but for now, subscribing will have to do.