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    Neiton 43mm GMT II Master Review

    Just a very quick review of a watch which I consider incredible value for money! I recently purchased this Neiton sterile GMT II Master from a well known Chinese internet seller. I'm not an expert in any way but this watch oozes quality for the money. It has a sapphire crystal, ceramic bezel, independently setting GMT hand and a lovely uni-directional smooth clicking bezel. The bracelet is super chunky and solid with screwed links making it a pleasure to adjust and it even has a quick set micro adjustment like genuine high end watches. Just to finish it off it has a lovely blue lume. Apologies for the rubbish shots but I can't rave enough about this watch because it was $80 delivered to the UK!! That's about £50! And before you ask I am not on commission from Neiton!

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    Re: Neiton 43mm GMT II Master Review

    Looks great, good purchase!

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    Re: Neiton 43mm GMT II Master Review

    Really nice watch. I like your "Coke" version. I got the same deal. My "Pepsi" was delivered an hour ago. Fantastic value.

    I bought the black ceramic GMT 40mm version back in March this year and it keeps excellent time. Last I checked it was consistently doing +5 spd.
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    Re: Neiton 43mm GMT II Master Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete_JBK View Post
    Really nice watch. I like your "Coke" version. I got the same deal. My "Pepsi" was delivered an hour ago. Fantastic value.

    I bought the black ceramic GMT 40mm version back in March this year and it keeps excellent time. Last I checked it was consistently doing +5 spd.
    Cheers. Can't believe the accuracy on these things. Might have to add your Pepsi version and start a fleet of them!

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    Re: Neiton 43mm GMT II Master Review

    How is this different from a sterile dial Parnis GMT ?

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    Re: Neiton 43mm GMT II Master Review

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    How is this different from a sterile dial Parnis GMT ?
    Honestly, I don't know. Maybe the size?? My Parins GMT is 40mm, while the Neiton GMT is 43mm and has the micro-adjust clasp. I have no idea what movement is in either of them.

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    Re: Neiton 43mm GMT II Master Review

    Post up your Parnis!

    My post in # 299 towards the end . There are many posts so look for Post # 299

    I now see that I reviewed a Neiton 43mm and not a Parnis in the above review. I confirmed it is a Neiton on two separate BIG Sellers on Ebay that sell BOTH Parnis and Neiton. The Parnis is the 40mm and the Neiton is the 43mm. The clasp on the Neiton is a glide Lock clasp and is far better than the one on the 40 mm parnis. The lume is SO SO and only on the Hour and minute hands. I paid $80 delivered to the USA total and that is a steal in my opinion.

    Today I met a customer who has a GENUINE Rolex GMT (all black bezel ) and he saw my Neiton. He checked my watch out and was really impressed at what you can get for $80. He paid about $ 6000. "Ouch".
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    Re: Neiton 43mm GMT II Master Review

    Love this watch. It comes in several different Bezel colors (combinations etc). Go on Ebay and do a search for "Sterile Submariner GMT"

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    Re: Neiton 43mm GMT II Master Review

    I said on my review the lume is only on the hands and I am wrong. If you wear the watch in bright sunlight then the hands are the brightest and the Indexes ( 1 - 12 ) are dimmer but do glow and is even. This is acceptable to me.

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    Re: Neiton 43mm GMT II Master Review

    Parnis also make the same watch in a sterile 43mm. I have the sub version in 43mm, sapphire and ceramic bezel with Glidelock bracelet.
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