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    submariner or seamaster 007 limited

    i will buy one of them
    which u guys suggest for me?
    which is more luxury and better
    the seamaster limited




    or

    the submariner



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    Re: submariner or seamaster 007 limited

    Rolex Sub. No comparison


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    Re: submariner or seamaster 007 limited

    I like everything about the sub except for the clasp.

    I own a sea dweller, and after wearing a Planet Ocean for a while, I actually removed the bracelet on the Sea Dwelller and replaced it with a Nato band just so I don't have to see the clasp anymore.

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    Re: submariner or seamaster 007 limited

    #1 Submariner
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    Re: submariner or seamaster 007 limited

    Sub.

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    Re: submariner or seamaster 007 limited

    The Rolex, by far. I do not like the 007 hand, seems like a gimmick to me. Omega makes great watches but between these two, the sub wins by a mile.

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    Re: submariner or seamaster 007 limited

    the SUB definitely!

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    Re: submariner or seamaster 007 limited

    I like the Omega but since I am not a James Bond fan I'll take the Rolex. Get rid of the 007 thing and it would be back to the Omega.


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    Re: submariner or seamaster 007 limited

    i like jamed bond very much, also great idea to wear a limited edition only 10007 persons have only this watch,
    but when i c rolex , really veryyyyyyy good
    still dont take my decision yet
    what u thinbk guys?

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    Re: submariner or seamaster 007 limited

    Quote Originally Posted by gan1hck View Post
    I like everything about the sub except for the clasp.

    I own a sea dweller, and after wearing a Planet Ocean for a while, I actually removed the bracelet on the Sea Dweller and replaced it with a Nato band just so I don't have to see the clasp anymore.
    Sad but true, gan, Omega do a really nice clasp. The one on my Seamaster is exemplary. Fortunately (fortunately?) I don't like the looks of the oyster so I swapped to a strap on my Sea-Dweller like you.

    Essawi, there's a big difference in price, but you are getting a better watch with the Submariner (except for that shite bracelet as discussed above). I have two Omegas and they are fine timepieces but frankly not in the same league as Rolex.
    Steve

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