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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    Hi all Tuna enthusiasts, I'm wondering whether the SBBN007, SBBN015 and SBBN023 are all of the same size? I have inspected the 007 and 023 and they both feel a bit small. I would really like a 023 or 015 but I'm a bit concerned about its size. For reference, here is a picture of me wearing a 47mm Caesar/SKA383.

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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    They are all the same size.
    Your Caezer is too big for you - sorry man!
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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    No problem man, if anything, it confirms my suspicion that I should be wearing a Tuna instead.

    Cheers,
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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    As many have said before, '015 wears surprisingly smaller (and more comfy) than its dimensions suggest. I think the almost total lack of lug length is a major contributor to this phenomenon.














    My only regret is that I should have picked one of these up years ago !

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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    Received my SBBN017 on Saturday. Seller was "ibuyjp" on the 'bay and I can confirm a good buying experience. Price was reasonable - $950 shipped and insured, although it looks like they're now selling for a little less. It took about 5 days to arrive at my house from Japan. I haven't received any bills for the import yet, so fingers crossed. The watch is everything I'd hoped it would be. A small note... I usually hate Seiko rubber dive straps (the Z22 series, at least), but the B22 series strap on the Tuna is awesome. The rubber is way more pliable and comfortable, and the signed metal keeper is a nice touch, too. I temporarily put my watch on a Strapcode mesh that had been sitting around. I really like the look, but I have a bjstrap on order which should be here in the next couple of weeks.

    For the longest time, I couldn't justify spending a grand on any watch... it just felt wasteful, as I kept coming up with a list of "better" ways to use the money. After buying a slew of cheaper watches to fill the void, I realized I'd never get over the Tuna I desired so much and finally pulled the trigger. I'm 100% satisfied and hope that this will be my last watch purchase for a while. Time to repaint the kitchen, upgrade some windows around the house, etc. :)

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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    No tuna yet, but here is an excellent homage to it:
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    Given the fact how much I love Albacore I can see a Tuna in my future...

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    New tuna on my 6.4 wrists.
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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    I love the domed coastal on the Tunas. Does anyone know if they are double domed?

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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by psrivats View Post
    I love the domed coastal on the Tunas. Does anyone know if they are double domed?
    Yes they are. The crystal is phenomenal under water, it gives very wide viewing angles with almost no distorsion.
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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    What does double domed mean?
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