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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

    Sunny afternoon, here. Time for Vitamin D and Vitamin B(eer). Comfortable Paradive bracelet....Ahhhhh!

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    Double-up anyone ? Yesterday I enjoyed the Nassau on my left wrist and the Kingston on my right wrist. Felt great :-D

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    You know, the Kingston is a hard watch to photograph well. Looks even better in person!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Fullers1845 View Post
    Tthe Kingston is a hard watch to photograph well. Looks even better in person!
    Agreed.

    I have seen some fabulous photos of the Kingston on this forum. However nothing can truly capture the elegance and beauty of the guilt dial as seen by the naked eye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neily_San View Post
    Agreed.

    I have seen some fabulous photos of the Kingston on this forum. However nothing can truly capture the elegance and beauty of the guilt dial as seen by the naked eye.

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    It's the shiney gilt that's difficult to capture in all its glory. In some light it looks shiney golden, in others it's a dull gold colour, in other angles it is almost blacked out...that's the beauty of the dial
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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing?

    true enough...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neily_San View Post
    Agreed.

    I have seen some fabulous photos of the Kingston on this forum. However nothing can truly capture the elegance and beauty of the guilt dial as seen by the naked eye.

    :-D

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    Yes sir! (Oh well, another try...)

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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing? (Later on in the day....)

    I just got my Bonetto Cinturini HD strap in the mail, so it was swapped onto the Paradive for the afternoon. When I ordered this, I also ordered MKII's excellent rubber strap and buckle also, but because of the large wrists I have, I could only wear it with the buckle in the last hole. It is thin and super-comfortable, but I knew I had to look for something a little longer....So....

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    It's comfortable! Beefy profile matches this brute of a watch better, I think.

    -Enjoying it here, hope you are too. -Cheers!

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    Re: What MKII Are You Wearing? (Later on in the day....)

    I agree that the Mk II 20mm rubber strap is one of the most comfortable straps available. Luckily I have girly wrists and the strap fits me perfectly.

    Coincidentally, the Mk II strap is the same one Marathon used to include with the GSAR and TSAR. The one Marathon supplies now appears to be the one you have on your Paradive. Bonetto Cinturini makes excellent rubber straps and that one looks like a perfect match for the Paradive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fullers1845 View Post
    You know, the Kingston is a hard watch to photograph well. Looks even better in person!



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