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    Re: OCEAN7 LM-7 Mil-Spec "Tribute" November Deployment…

    I like it and I have to say that it is way more original than any Rolex homage. While the shape is close to the Omega there are many differences.

    I can not think of even one Ploprof inspired watch other than the LM-7. I can't even count how many Rolex copies there are.

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    Re: OCEAN7 LM-7 Mil-Spec "Tribute" November Deployment…

    Yikes. Not what I expected based on thread title!
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    Re: OCEAN7 LM-7 Mil-Spec "Tribute" November Deployment…

    Definitely a crazy looking thing but I actually think it's kind of cool. The ploprof inspired case and red/orange/lume green color combo makes it look like something out of a video game.

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    Re: OCEAN7 LM-7 Mil-Spec "Tribute" November Deployment…

    I'll just say it's not...at all...my taste. Big kudos for donating to the WWP, I can think of few more worthy causes.

    "Mil-Spec," though? It's been "Mil-Prf" for years, and I most seriously doubt that watch meets MIL-PRF 46374 G. A tacky poser, complete with obligatory photo of models in dive gear looking as if it's the first time they've ever held an M4 carbine.

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    Re: OCEAN7 LM-7 Mil-Spec "Tribute" November Deployment…

    Wow. No thanks, not for me. My thought is that the only thing that should look like a Ploprof is a Ploprof. But they are welcome to exploit the market, if such one exists.



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    Re: OCEAN7 LM-7 Mil-Spec "Tribute" November Deployment…

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    I like it and I have to say that it is way more original than any Rolex homage. While the shape is close to the Omega there are many differences.

    I can not think of even one Ploprof inspired watch other than the LM-7. I can't even count how many Rolex copies there are.
    The other one I've seen is from Helson. Not made anymore though :

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    Re: OCEAN7 LM-7 Mil-Spec "Tribute" November Deployment…

    Fortis inspired Ploprof? Pretty cool by the way....

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