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    I need some green!

    Not money...well I need that too but what is really want is a green watch or a watch that has a touch of green. Has to be less than 1000 dollars. Anything besides the LE Reef Ranger that is green? (Photo from Boschett site.) Thanks.

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    Re: I need some green!

    The ALPHA tourbiwheel (tourbillion) jumping day/date auto has a bright green dial and matching leather band for just $73! The Seiko model SNDA69 quartz chrono has a military green dial & canvas strap for $130 street. My choice for standing out from the crowd in a well-made auto chrono would be the closeout Michele Men's Turbina XL Automatic Chronograph (MWW10B000005) which features a dark green dial with three green subdials which can be found for 70% off retail at less than $800 online. It's large (47mm), SS, uses an ETA 2894-2 with 37 jewels, has a see-through skeleton case back, and is 100m water resistant. Erin-go-Bragh!

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    Re: I need some green!

    Quote Originally Posted by rnyland View Post
    The ALPHA tourbiwheel (tourbillion) jumping day/date auto has a bright green dial and matching leather band for just $73! The Seiko model SNDA69 quartz chrono has a military green dial & canvas strap for $130 street. My choice for standing out from the crowd in a well-made auto chrono would be the closeout Michele Men's Turbina XL Automatic Chronograph (MWW10B000005) which features a dark green dial with three green subdials which can be found for 70% off retail at less than $800 online. It's large (47mm), SS, uses an ETA 2894-2 with 37 jewels, has a see-through skeleton case back, and is 100m water resistant. Erin-go-Bragh!
    Thanks so much. The last one sounds great but would look like a clock on my small wrist. I'll look for an alpha. Where can I find one?

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    Re: I need some green!

    How about a Seiko Diver with Green Plongeur hands?

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    Re: I need some green!

    Quote Originally Posted by Spaceman Spiff View Post
    How about a Seiko Diver with Green Plongeur hands?
    Which models?

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    Re: I need some green!

    How about Rado.
    Just under $1000

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    Re: I need some green!

    Quote Originally Posted by om-4 View Post
    >> Very cool!




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    Re: I need some green!

    Look on this Invicta:

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    Re: I need some green!

    Seiko Alpinist.

    Seiko Marinemaster SBDX001
    My Father's Hamilton Khaki Automatic

    My Grandfather's Movado Sub Sea Automatic

    "That's what character is-It's in the tryin'" Eric Taylor.

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    Re: I need some green!

    bernhardt globemaster - the bezel is silver and green and the second hand and independent fourth (GMT) hand are both green. I have owned a Globemaster and the quality is top notch for the price. And Fred Amos is a really great guy to deal with!

    Pic is borrowed from the Bernhardt watch site...
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    It's always 5 o'clock somehwere...

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