Does a tritium watch of this description exist???
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    Does a tritium watch of this description exist???

    Hi everyone, I have been looking for a quartz T100 tritium watch with case size 40-42mm but I have had no success. And after toiling on the Internet for weeks and weeks, I came to the conclusion that such a watch doesn't exist. They are either all automatic or too big. But before I give up, I thought I would ask the experts too. There are no other requirements and cost is not an issue. I just want to find out if such an option exists. Thanks.

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    Re: Does a tritium watch of this description exist???

    Well just as an example my Traser Chrono Big Date is quartz and 40 mm dia.

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    Oooops ... I now notice that you are looking for T100 tubes while my Traser has T25 tubes ...
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    Re: Does a tritium watch of this description exist???

    Yes T100 is what I am looking for. There are several T25 but no T100 in that size with quartz movement that I can find.

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    Re: Does a tritium watch of this description exist???

    I believe that there's only Ball and Deep Blue that use T100 vials so the choice is actually rather limited.

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    No sales posts please!
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    Re: Does a tritium watch of this description exist???

    Actually armorlite, nite and android are also using T100 in some their watches so ball and DB are not the only one.

    I don't believe any of my posts in this thread are sales post. Please let me know if I am breaking any rule somehow in this thread. Thanks

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    Re: Does a tritium watch of this description exist???

    Quote Originally Posted by novedl View Post
    No sales posts please!

    Kindly clarify your remark because I too fail to see where we were wrong.

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    Re: Does a tritium watch of this description exist???

    Quote Originally Posted by Kilovolt View Post
    Kindly clarify your remark because I too fail to see where we were wrong.
    That's because they've been deleted

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    Re: Does a tritium watch of this description exist???

    Oh ok. So I am assuming that it was someone else who posted something questionable. Thanks for the clarification.
    Anyway back to the topic. So I guess the watch of my description truly doesn't exist as I haven't received any qualifying suggestion yet.

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    Re: Does a tritium watch of this description exist???

    marathon TSAR?

    Why is the T100 important?
    The t100's doesn't shine any brighter from what I understand? Or do they?

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