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    Re: Project GMT: Design thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Yao View Post
    Do you think "Natural" SuperLuminova would fit the bill?
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    Re: Project GMT: Design thread

    Does anyone have an example of a watch with Superluminova "Natural"?
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    Re: Project GMT: Design thread

    This is all I have found:

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    Re: Project GMT: Design thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Yao View Post
    Do you think "Natural" SuperLuminova would fit the bill?
    If you are talking about C3; YES! (imho)
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    Re: Project GMT: Design thread

    What about BGW9 like the Nassau? C3 would also be good...
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    Re: Project GMT: Design thread

    I get worried that the dial will look very plain and flat with a white lume color and a white dial. If Bill goes with a gilt white dial, then you may not really be able to see anything on the dial in certain light. I know that my Kingston does that sometimes. Maybe its the black dial but at certain angles, the gold completely hides and you can only see the lume. Then a slight turn and it all comes to life but still, it could be strange.

    I would LOVE to see some better pix of the albino Kingston Bill made for his wife!!

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    Re: Project GMT: Design thread

    Quote Originally Posted by 66Cooper View Post
    I get worried that the dial will look very plain and flat with a white lume color and a white dial. If Bill goes with a gilt white dial, then you may not really be able to see anything on the dial in certain light. I know that my Kingston does that sometimes. Maybe its the black dial but at certain angles, the gold completely hides and you can only see the lume. Then a slight turn and it all comes to life but still, it could be strange.

    I would LOVE to see some better pix of the albino Kingston Bill made for his wife!!
    Oh, I didn't know that the Project GMT was to have a white dial. Then I think C3 would probably be the best way to go. That would contrast nicely with a white dial.
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    Re: Project GMT: Design thread

    May I add a pic of my first MarineMaster, a model year 2000 version. This pic is taken about 2.5 yrs ago. As you can see, the Seiko's lumen has turned into a 'coffee with cream (cwc)' color. Even modern style lumen paint can change over time!
    This color will look great if Bill decides to offer us a white dial/gilt lines version: the cwc will stand out on the white dial - especially with gilt contour lines.

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    Re: Project GMT: Design thread

    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaWolf777 View Post
    Oh, I didn't know that the Project GMT was to have a white dial. Then I think C3 would probably be the best way to go. That would contrast nicely with a white dial.
    Only as an option. Definitely black and white.

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    Re: Project GMT: Design thread

    Yes I do...

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