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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

    #6/7: the Blackwater! On a blue nato by Watchbarn*Com22 (I only use these: they are a little longer than most and it's easier to tuck the 'loose end' under the buckle.

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    Spending some time in the sand this week near our house. Brought a couple of my watches with me to ride the surf. Will it be my TR-1000 today, or my Stingray? Kingston? Nah, I think today this puppy is gonna get a little face time.
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    The Line-up:

    Tudor 7928, Bunch of beat-up old Rolexes, MKII Custom Stingray 50, MKII LRRP, MKII TR-1000, MKII Kingston, Benrus Type I, Benrus Ultra-deep Super-compressor plus other super-Cs, 60's Zodiac Seawolfand Super Seawolf, Breitling Chronomat, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpotters View Post
    Thought my TR-1000 should go out in its "preferred habitat" today, so here's some pictures that I captured "in the wild"....
    I really need to track down one of these TR-1000s!
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    Homage watches democratize history for the common wrist.

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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

    ... and here's #7/7. One week with different MKIIs.

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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

    And today.....my Stingray.
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    The Line-up:

    Tudor 7928, Bunch of beat-up old Rolexes, MKII Custom Stingray 50, MKII LRRP, MKII TR-1000, MKII Kingston, Benrus Type I, Benrus Ultra-deep Super-compressor plus other super-Cs, 60's Zodiac Seawolfand Super Seawolf, Breitling Chronomat, ...

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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

    Kingston is at work on the Hadley Roma Bracelet -

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    I'm enjoying the Hadley heft - It's nice

    - Best to all - Great to see all the TR's and Stingrays out - Thanks Guys...
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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

    Quote Originally Posted by ........ View Post
    Dear OmegaCosmicMan,

    Thank you very much for your precious time and lovely reply.

    When it comes to singing, no one can compete with me! I am that terrible! Trust me

    All of the MKII owners are amazed with the accuracy of their gorgeous MKII timepieces! Me? Well, I am amazed with my MKII UTC's accuracy!!! It has been spot on so far, too. I am badly obsessed by brutal accuracy, and now I can say I am satisfying my accuracy mania / ego quite well.

    And yes, your awesome fotos make my fingers itchy again. You know what this means quite well, I am sure

    What is the difference between Type I and Type II dials? Does it come with the day / date combination? Does any type of Paradive have day / date feature?

    Yes, I noticed that gorgeous lume, and it is awesome!

    I am still continuing my UTC LRRP 48's accuracy test:

    Happy and Healthy and Accurate Sunday, Everybody . . .

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    Hey Capt. Serdal.

    The Paradive can have a Stealth date window at 4:30 (like mine does) or it can have a conventional day-date window at the 3 o'clock position - They're all great looking.

    Thanks to 'm. and's' posting and pictures in the MK II parts thread, this is what a Type II dial and hands look like-

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    -Best, Enjoy those MK II's

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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

    Quote Originally Posted by OmegaCosmicMan View Post
    Hey Capt. Serdal.

    The Paradive can have a Stealth date window at 4:30 (like mine does) or it can have a conventional day-date window at the 3 o'clock position - They're all great looking.

    Thanks to 'm. and's' posting and pictures in the MK II parts thread, this is what a Type II dial and hands look like-

    -Best, Enjoy those MK II's
    Glad my pictures have been helpful.

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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

    And, the above photo reminded me that I need to wear this watch more often. I swapped the white seconds hand with an orange one and now it really pops.


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