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    Re: Project 300: Dial design (thread reboot)

    Heh I haven't checked this thread in 3 months? Seems nothing has moved along.
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    Re: Project 300: Dial design (thread reboot)

    Guess the new 300 will be out before ;)
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    Re: Project 300: Dial design (thread reboot)

    Is Omega getting ahead? Hope not! I prefer Bills concept! Indeed, but it is time to progress. Can we help at all?

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    Not fond of the shiny polished centre links but otherwise the new Omega 300m is truly stunning
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    Re: Project 300: Dial design (thread reboot)

    I love the dial and bezel. I think the case goes very well with the spartan look. I do miss the elegant lyre lugs, though. Anybody know if it can be destro-ized?
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    Re: Project 300: Dial design (thread reboot)

    I'm sure Bill might share some updates on the Project 300 after Basel when he shows up this weekend for the MkII GTG in NYC. While I'm not in on this project, I've followed it from the beginning, and if there is any news on this I'll make sure to get it up here on this thread....
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    Re: Project 300: Dial design (thread reboot)

    Hello Bill,
    I'd love an update. Are there questions we should be chiming in on? Any news on moving forward? Are you at the stage of lining up manufacturers, and if so how is it going?
    Take care,
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    Any news?


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    hope you folks see some progress.. Your pain is very understandable..
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