Rolex GMT II BLNR
Omega SMP 2254.50
Ulysse Nardin Classico
Hermes Slim d'Hermes
Audemars Piguet 15300
Vacheron Constantin Overseas
Jaeger LeCoultre Tribute to Deep Sea vintage chronograph
Rolex DateJust41 126300
Rolex Daytona 116500
IWC 3239 Laureus
Rolex Explorer II 216570
Speedmaster Co-Axial 9300
Omega Aqua Terra 2503.33
Omega Aqua Terra 2502.80
Speedy Pro 3572.50 w/ a Panda dial (three times)
Speedy Pro 3570.50 (several times)
There was a question earlier regarding if a PO Insert will fit in the bezel of a 2254. I myself would love to hear from that if someone tried it already. Someone already shared the 2254 insert being fitted in a PO bezel and mentioned about slight modification that He didn't elaborate much...
Great work looks good. Still on the fence on how I feel about modding a watch like this from its original state but theres no denying it looks great.
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I hope Omega is paying attention here on how to proceed with the Diver 300 and make it more best-of-Omega and less Submariner
With the In house Co-axial, I don't think Omega will be able to produce a slim watch like 2254 for the time being because this 8500 is just so thick...
very nice mod
I keep coming back to look at these pics. I'd want a second mod: the current Diver 300m black-laquered dial, with the hour markers of this dial. Can a watch maker pull it off if he/she is provided both dials?
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