I've had the black and blue Seamasters before and always thought the blue were more interesting. I want to like the grey faced dial but I think it looks odd and looks much better on the new Aqua Terra models.
Seems the grey isn't really popular. I'm seeing the majority buying the black and blue dials.
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I have the black and absolutely LOVE it. I'd never trade it, but the blue is AWESOME, too. It's really a "six in one hand, half dozen in the other" situation.
Is the Metas movement pretty accurate?
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Love the black. I wear my watches on my right wrist and I'm a bit worried about the HE valve, so I'll have to try it on in person again.
Can anyone comment on the lume colours, and any differences between the grey dial and the others.
I have seen promotional videos that show blue/green mix in the blue dial (maybe black too) but the grey appears green throughout.
Does anyone have pictures or comments on this?
This is by far the best SMP made by Omega, congrats to the new owners for the acquisition.
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