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    Re: If you have been considering the Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial . . .

    Interesting, I've had the Seamaster 300 on my wrist a few times at various AD's and the lugs don't hang over my wrist at all. My wrist is about 7" but flat on the top.

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    Re: If you have been considering the Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial . . .

    I tried one on at the omega boutique in Vegas and for me it fits my 7.5" wrist perfect. It is next on my list.
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    Re: If you have been considering the Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial . . .

    Thankfully nothing about this watch appeals to me. The design IMHO is terrible, thankfully it will keep a few grand safely in my pocket
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toothbras View Post
    Thankfully nothing about this watch appeals to me. The design IMHO is terrible, thankfully it will keep a few grand safely in my pocket
    you are very lucky!
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    Love mine and the review in watchtime's newest issue!! They say it was one of the most accurate watches they've ever tested. Pretty cool.



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    Re: If you have been considering the Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial . . .

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    Love mine and the review in watchtime's newest issue!! They say it was one of the most accurate watches they've ever tested. Pretty cool.



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    If you have been considering the Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial . . .

    I don't like it that every product photo of the SM300MC has pronounced yellow lume. That is the color of my Steinhart OVM (wears EXACTLY the same considering case shape and lug to lug distance BTW!) and the real color is a muted cream color.

    When I saw it for the first time IRL I was surprised how different it looks. Way better IMO.
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    Re: If you have been considering the Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial . . .

    Looks beautiful and classy. What a great watch Omega has made.
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    WatchTime even yellowed up the bezel numbers in the photo attached to their review. Bizarre.

    On a similar note I'm guessing the blue of the new Pelagos will look quite differently in real life.

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    Re: If you have been considering the Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by izegrim View Post
    I don't like it that every product photo of the SM300MC has pronounced yellow lume. That is the color of my Steinhart OVM (wears EXACTLY the same considering case shape and lug to lug distance BTW!) and the real color is a muted cream color.

    When I saw it for the first time IRL I was surprised how different it looks. Way better IMO.
    Good points except I have had both and they do not wear the same IMO.

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