Wearing: Rolex SD 16600 V-series, IWC Aquatimer IW323101, Ω SMP 2254.50, MkII Kingston #007 PlankKit & #217 GO, Junghans Max Bill Automatic, Archimede Pilot
Pre-ordered: Project 300 & PanAm
I thought I would bring this post back to the top with my latest project.
A MKII Type 48 dial and hands installed in a Hamilton Khaki Field Auto.
You can read more about the project here: Homage of an homage: Type 48 Mod based on the Quad 10 (based on the IWC Mark 11)
Three years after originally buying this MkII PloProf dial, I've finally put it to use:
@Martin: I really like that mod! The smooth bezel really transforms it.
That's an SKX case, right?
just received this Sandoz Sub Mod... I like it :)
I have a Sandoz Sub MKII as well. I like it but I am considering picking up a 42mm PVD\DLC Steinhart or Armida Sub and having the dial swapped into it. A black, no date, 42mm Milsub would be unique and sweet. I do not yet know if the dial will fit but I'm hoping...
I hate to be a party-pooper, but I don't think the MKII dial will fit in either the Steinhart or Armida case. The MKII dial is only 28mm in total diameter and I think those cases require a 30-32mm dial. You can usually get a good idea by the placement of the date window in relation to edge of the case. Since all these watches use the ETA 2824 the date placement is a constant.
Divers - Pre Sub Doxa 300m Dive Watch - Sub 300T Professional (US Divers) - Ocean7 LM-7 Ploprof - Ocean7 LM-7 Plorof Pro Titanium -Rolex 1665 SD-Rolex 1680 -Rolex 16610 Submariner -Seiko Professional 600m "Tuna" - Seiko Professional 300m "Tuna"- Tudor 9411/0 Snowflake/ Blue Dial - MKII Stingray 60 - MKII Kingston Gilt/non date - MKII Kingston MKII Gilt/Date
Others- Rolex GMT 16750 - IWC Calatrava - Ocean7 LM-5 GMT
Myla's Favorite's Doxa Sub 200 Coralline, Omega Seamaster 120 - Rolex Datejust 18k/SS - Chronosport Panther - Maurice Lacroix - Omega 14k Mesh
I was afraid that might be the case. I could not go off of the date wheel as my dial is a no date. Are there any 2824 MKII mod dials that would fit? I know it would be a long shot as they rarely come up for sale but I could put a WTB out there. I may get lucky. Ideally I would like to get an authentic MKII Milsub but the idea of a black one really appeals to me...
I had a very difficult time trying to find a 32mm dial that I liked for a build project. I was trying/hoping for something from MkII, but didn't have any success and didn't want to wait however long for one to come up. I have a couple MkII mods right now, but don't want to tear any of them apart :)
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