Recommendations for a yellow dial.

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    Recommendations for a yellow dial.

    Any recommendations for a tool watch with a yellow dial? Not the brite yellow of a dive watch, but something more muted, darker, or gold like.

    I need something in the mid range for price: Longines, Tag, Oris, Fortis, Ball, etc..

    Thanks.

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    Re: Recommendations for a yellow dial.

    Try the Benarus Sea Devil or new Haliox/Halios (sp?). Both utilize the Miyota 8215, I believe, but are amazing looking watches and well worth checking out!

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    Re: Recommendations for a yellow dial.

    You can also try Boschette, not sure if the new line offers yellow, but their original Reef Ranger, which is highly regarded, had a beautiful yellow... if I remember correct, and it comes with an ETA 2824-2.

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    Re: Recommendations for a yellow dial.

    My favorite yellow watch:

    Lots of dive watches.

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    Re: Recommendations for a yellow dial.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric L. View Post
    My favorite yellow watch:

    Holy ba-jesus, Eric, how could I have forgotten that one!!! Such a beautiful timepiece, and I'd be you'll find most would recommend this watch as the top-notch choice! Orient actually offers two of these, one which is the 300m diver, and the 200m diver, which is a bit less expensive but I believe with the same exact movement! You can't go wrong, check out Seiya Japan for pictures and specifics, great place to get them from!

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    Re: Recommendations for a yellow dial.

    Certina DS-3. Seiko offers it in some of the lower-end lines.

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    Re: Recommendations for a yellow dial.

    Quote Originally Posted by Beyond 'The Box' View Post
    Certina DS-3. Seiko offers it in some of the lower-end lines.
    A yellow dialed DS-3 will carry some $$$ - they were never reissued and therefore only vintage versions will be available. Pretty rare.
    Lots of dive watches.

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    Re: Recommendations for a yellow dial.

    That's a good point, Eric. I see you like the #8, nice that you could get that from the Benarus you ordered. I, unfortunately was undecided until too late and wasn't able to get the #18 like I try to always get, so I got stuck with #29.

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