42 mm Planet Ocean
I would say maybe the fact theyre so distinct is why they got moved on. Theyre not as neutral as previous SMPs. The initial impact of those stunning dials has the reverse effect over time whereas the classics like the original SMP and submariner are more like keepers as theyre fairly neutral looking watches. Ive also found this to be true of watches with a lot of colour. I had a Tudor black bay red bezel version which I loved but as an every day watch the colour jarred slightly so found it better in a rotation. For me, this would apply to the SMP. Not a reflection of the watch in general. I keep teasing myself with the new SMPs and tried them on numerous times but it would have to be the rubber strap option as the bracelet looks wrong on such a modern watch, to my eyes at least. I love the look of the grey dial version on bracelet though and the ceramic case version is pretty cool too but it needs to be at that price. I have a feeling this watch may age fairly quickly.
Gentlemen I'm asking you to all STOP IT! By telling me there are a lot of pre-loved ones on the market and how much value for money the new SMPs are, your enticing me. I promised the family my new PO (for my upcoming 40th) was my last watch for many many many years. Your all being a super bad influencers
It’s not the watch but the nature of the new people in this hobby the last few years.
It is common for newly released watches that enjoyed an initial burst of popularity.
Small wrist no problem! This one is forever..
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1. Tissot PRS 200 Stainless Steel Chronograph (since 4/2004)
2. Tissot PRS 516 Blue Automatic Stainless steel (3/2015) —> SOLD
3. Tissot Automatic III Day Date (10/2019)
4. Omega Seamaster Diver 300m Co-Axial Master Chronometer 42 MM Blue Dial (10/2019)
No, I'm sorry, I REALLY don't need another diver, I mean, I don't even dive and I have so many already, ........oooh, how much did you want for that?
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