Thanks again very much
Here's the B1 I used to have. Assume it's the same L to L, but seems to fit OK - (sorry to detract from bronze folks)
It's a very nice addition and more surprisingly is that Chris has his guys tweak the 9015 so as it's accurate to COSC spec in 6 positions and I can confirm as others will as well that it's extremely accurate, mine is losing only 2s per day.
On a side note, It's nice they are starting to get into higher grade movements and working on getting the WR past 100atm's The original B1 ran a Seagull movement and was not for water use. Though it was also running within COSC specs.
I've had many watches, and very few are regulated properly, particularly micro's. ETA to Soprod
Sorry to get of topic again mates But I know you like it
Last edited by Riddim Driven; October 26th, 2015 at 21:11.
I have been a happy Lum-Tec owner since 2009 when I bought my Combat B3. I have owned several different models since and enjoyed them all. My latest L-T is my bronze Combat B18 which is a winner for sure!
Bes/Chris at Lum-Tec send me a box of display watches for our Atlanta GTG last Saturday. In it was the new bronze Combat B31 (top right in the photo). That watch, as did all of them, attracted a lot of attention from the lads at the GTG.
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How many of these bronze Zelos Abyss are in the wild? Any color.
Thought about it until I realized the dial and hands are very similar to my Helmsman:
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