Last edited by dewaltwest; March 3rd, 2011 at 02:43.
With all due respect, I don't see the dial as gentlemanly. I like the overall look.
Any idea how the lume will look on the MIIK dial? Lume is a major reason people buy the BM/OM.
I am also a big fan of the "Plonster". Just finished putting this one together the other day.
@Jay Gatsby: The lume is decent. It is C1 I believe, so it looks much whiter in the daylight, but isn't quite as bright in the dark. Of the well known manufacturers making aftermarket Seiko dials I would have to say that MKII has the brightest and most evenly applied lume.
here. Which, while IMO requires one to be a "gentleman" to be able to buy it, is far from what I understand to be a "gentleman's" watch. More of a tool watch, I believe may be the term. That is the only reason I had to say anything. That, and like I said, I think it looks magnificent. But nevertheless, it is all a matter of personal taste. Don't want to get into any kind of argument, just trying to explain my comment.
I just got mine a few weeks back and I absolutely love it!
Here are a few shots of it from when I was cutting wood the other day. Only took it off to take the pictures then right back on it went.
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