Size question for TX 730 owners.

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    Question Size question for TX 730 owners.

    All the info I can find on the TX 730 says that the diameter of the case is 46mm. Is this measurement all the way out to the crown? The bump-out where the crown guard and pushers rest? The bezel diameter?


    I'd love to know what just the bezel diameter is. Does anyone know??
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    Re: Size question for TX 730 owners.

    anyone?

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    Re: Size question for TX 730 owners.

    That's a good question, and though I'm not absolutely sure, I saw a review of the watch where a picture was posted of it next to an Omega SMP and they were damned near identical in size, so by that I'd say it's 46mm including the crown.

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    Re: Size question for TX 730 owners.

    Now this isn't too scientific but... lug width is 20mm... laying a ruler over my screen and doing a bit of mental arithmetic makes me think it is (around) dial:36 * bezel:42 * case:46 * with crown:49.

    ... and having stared at it for so long it has joined my wishlist ( which is now about 15 years long)
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    Re: Size question for TX 730 owners.

    I just measured my TX730:

    43mm case
    48mm to crown
    34mm dial
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