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    Need info on Lineage LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF

    l'm thinking of buying this one instead of the Oceanus l wanted because it has Titanium and Sapphire for half the price. Anyone know the lug width? And anyone have a lume shot? And is the titanium carbide coated like the Oceanus?

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    Re: Need info on Lineage LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF

    I am guessing it is just polished titanium

    The watch looks like a nice watch. The big turn off for me is that it has a metal case back held on with 4 screws. I don't see how hard it could be to make one with a screwdown case back? I have several Casio solar waveceptors that have a screw down case back so it can be done. Plus those watches were cheaper then this one when new.

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    Re: Need info on Lineage LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF

    The lume on this watch, like most CASIO watches, is not great. The LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF in particular has little in the way of lume.

    It is designed for use with the built-in LED for illumination of the watch face.

    No idea on the lug width. Here is a thread on other lineage watches with aftermarket straps:

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/st...r-1078218.html

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    Re: Need info on Lineage LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF

    I own the LCW-100DSE steel model.
    The lug with is 20mm.

    Here with 20mm wire mesh strap! :)
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    Re: Need info on Lineage LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF

    I have 2 lcwm170 models and although I originally looked at them as my wanna be Oceanus pieces, they are actually thinner (9.2mm) than what I consider the best looking Oshi, OCWS100 (10.2mm). Top end lineages have MB6/titanium (no Ti Nitride coating however I think) and sapphire glass. For me, the 170 beats the OCWS100 functionally with the small, yet very useful LCD, but I just love the look of the S100 and the new S200, alas no LCD kills the deal for me personally

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    Re: Need info on Lineage LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF

    I know nothing about that watch...but I know if you want the Oceanus, settling for this is not going to make you happy. You'll still want the Oceanus.

    Get the Oceanus!
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    Re: Need info on Lineage LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF

    Thanks for the info. l decided on the Lineage instead of the Oceanus. Since l tend to flip watches, if l ever wanted to sell it, there will be much less depreciation on the Linage. And the non standard lugs of the Oceanus was a turn off because you can't change straps or bracelets. Also the digital display on the Lineage makes it a cool gadget. Here's the one l ordered.

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    Re: Need info on Lineage LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF

    Congrats!

    I like the high contrast in this color version!

    Quote Originally Posted by SeikoAutomatic_01 View Post
    Thanks for the info. l decided on the Lineage instead of the Oceanus. Since l tend to flip watches, if l ever wanted to sell it, there will be much less depreciation on the Linage. And the non standard lugs of the Oceanus was a turn off because you can't change straps or bracelets. Also the digital display on the Lineage makes it a cool gadget. Here's the one l ordered.

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    Re: Need info on Lineage LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF

    So the word is next year we won't have to pay the $695 penalty on our taxes for me not having health insurance. lf that turns out to be true, l'll celebrate by buying the Oceanus with our tax refund.

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    Re: Need info on Lineage LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF

    Quote Originally Posted by SeikoAutomatic_01 View Post
    l'm thinking of buying this one instead of the Oceanus l wanted because it has Titanium and Sapphire for half the price. Anyone know the lug width? And anyone have a lume shot? And is the titanium carbide coated like the Oceanus?
    Just saw this thread. I've had this watch for a couple of months.

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    I replaced the original bracelet with a black silicone band. With RC, solar, titanium, sapphire, ana-digi, thinner than most, the style, and swappable band, it hit all my check marks. It's exceeded my expectations so far. As you've noted it's much less expensive than the Oceanus, which also has blue highlights that don't appeal to me, and non-standard band, so for me the Lineage was a much better choice. The white one also looks good. I'm a serial monogamist watch owner, so I expect to be wearing this one for years. Good to see someone else appreciating it. Cheers.
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