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    Re: ****Official 1957 Trilogy Owners Thread****

    This watch is really surprising the Hell out of me. I never thought I would like it so much. And it is supremely comfortable on the bracelet. Anyway, I cannot say enough about this watch!









    It actually appears smaller than the Railmaster, even though it is 1mm larger. Biggest of the Trilogy at 39mm.

    Sorry if I keep repeating myself: This watch is a work of art. In spite of the fact that I have a great collection, I seem to take the most pride in wearing the Trilogy Railmaster and Seamaster 300. I even dare to say that I am liking the Seamaster 300 even better than the Railmaster by a slight margin.

    I am so fortunate that I came across this watch the other day, never expecting to even see one. And I realized that, at least at my stage of life, these are not likely to reappear again in my time.

    Sometimes, I just sit and gaze at the bracelet. So beautiful with the ends of the links polished, and the center bits brushed. The narrow links make it very comfortable. And the two micro adjustments in the clasp are perfect.

    Like Sloopjohnb, I made mistakes with both the new Seamaster 300 and the Speedmaster (2x). Each beautiful watches, but just not suitable in the end. Even though I have a good size wrist at 7.25in, this one just fits better. It's actually fairly heavy and fairly thick, but hugs my wrist beautifully and never seems top heavy. But I like the weight on my wrist.

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    Re: ****Official 1957 Trilogy Owners Thread****

    Quote Originally Posted by carlhaluss View Post
    This watch is really surprising the Hell out of me. I never thought I would like it so much. And it is supremely comfortable on the bracelet. Anyway, I cannot say enough about this watch!









    It actually appears smaller than the Railmaster, even though it is 1mm larger. Biggest of the Trilogy at 39mm.

    Sorry if I keep repeating myself: This watch is a work of art. In spite of the fact that I have a great collection, I seem to take the most pride in wearing the Trilogy Railmaster and Seamaster 300. I even dare to say that I am liking the Seamaster 300 even better than the Railmaster by a slight margin.

    I am so fortunate that I came across this watch the other day, never expecting to even see one. And I realized that, at least at my stage of life, these are not likely to reappear again in my time.

    Sometimes, I just sit and gaze at the bracelet. So beautiful with the ends of the links polished, and the center bits brushed. The narrow links make it very comfortable. And the two micro adjustments in the clasp are perfect.

    Like Sloopjohnb, I made mistakes with both the new Seamaster 300 and the Speedmaster (2x). Each beautiful watches, but just not suitable in the end. Even though I have a good size wrist at 7.25in, this one just fits better. It's actually fairly heavy and fairly thick, but hugs my wrist beautifully and never seems top heavy. But I like the weight on my wrist.

    Cheers,
    Carl
    Congrats on the pick up, Carl! Still very much in love with my 60th anniversary seamaster!


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    Can someone enlighten an ingnorant soul on the bezel of the seamaster trilogy. Why is the 10 on the left with the 50 on the right? And how do you use this bezel? My submariner and seamaster 300 non-trilogy have it the “standard” way.

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    Re: ****Official 1957 Trilogy Owners Thread****

    Quote Originally Posted by Aureliano View Post
    Can someone enlighten an ingnorant soul on the bezel of the seamaster trilogy. Why is the 10 on the left with the 50 on the right? And how do you use this bezel? My submariner and seamaster 300 non-trilogy have it the “standard” way.
    Count down timer. I like it much better myself.
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    Was at the OB for a quick pressure test yesterday, and they told me that the leather strap originally for the Speedy 60th LE had arrived. I had once expressed interest.

    I liked it instantly and took it home. It is very similar in colour to the Nato, and I prefer the darker colour to the original lighter brown leather strap that came with the watch. The comparison pic should capture the difference pretty good.

    I will leave it on until I go on holiday Tuesday, and then it could well become my preferred strap for the winter months.

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    Re: ****Official 1957 Trilogy Owners Thread****

    Although not a fan of leather straps, it does look very classic and suits you too John. I’m guessing the NATO will be on for the next trip?


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    Re: ****Official 1957 Trilogy Owners Thread****

    Thanks Dan but for the upcoming trip I have just put it on the bracelet. Should feel better in the water than the Nato which probably takes quite a while to dry. Enjoy the Alps.

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    Re: ****Official 1957 Trilogy Owners Thread****

    Quote Originally Posted by Sloopjohnb View Post
    Was at the OB for a quick pressure test yesterday, and they told me that the leather strap originally for the Speedy 60th LE had arrived. I had once expressed interest.

    I liked it instantly and took it home. It is very similar in colour to the Nato, and I prefer the darker colour to the original lighter brown leather strap that came with the watch. The comparison pic should capture the difference pretty good.

    I will leave it on until I go on holiday Tuesday, and then it could well become my preferred strap for the winter months.

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    Looks great John! Enjoy your trip. Hope to see some photos


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    Re: ****Official 1957 Trilogy Owners Thread****

    Have been wearing my 60th more and more as of late. Some fresh shots:





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