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    Re: Personal Review: Speedmaster 3594.50

    Quote Originally Posted by oso2276 View Post
    Few years ago I assembled a Franken version of this watch, but used a 321 (from a seamaster I think)



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    Thats very interesting, and I think I might want a display caseback too, I mean, its a nice movement to look at, why not make it viewable.

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    Re: Personal Review: Speedmaster 3594.50

    Thanks for putting the time aside in providing a personal review of your Speedmaster 3594.50. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it for it was an excellent review and supplemented with excellent pictures.

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    Good review thanks

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    Re: Personal Review: Speedmaster 3594.50

    Thank you for the kind words

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    All this speedy talk is making me thing its time to get a new watch! Thanks for the review!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xliujames View Post
    All this speedy talk is making me thing its time to get a new watch! Thanks for the review!
    Welcome, now show us yours! Haha

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    Re: Personal Review: Speedmaster 3594.50

    Quote Originally Posted by carlhaluss View Post
    Great review and a model that is little known to me. It looks excellent, and glad you found just the one that suits you. Has a very vintage appeal, without the faux patina on the hands and markers like my Trilogy, and I admittedly prefer without the faux patina. Well done!

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    I actually looked at the model before buying the trilogy as this one is far better priced. But keep in mind it is 42 and I know you like the 39 on the 60th.


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    Re: Personal Review: Speedmaster 3594.50

    Quote Originally Posted by lo_scrivano View Post
    I actually looked at the model before buying the trilogy as this one is far better priced. But keep in mind it is 42 and I know you like the 39 on the 60th.


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    The extra 3mm is actually negligible, since the actual centre diameter (including bezel) is the same.

    The 1mm is on the left lower case, and 2mm is in the right case including crownguards.

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    Re: Personal Review: Speedmaster 3594.50

    Quote Originally Posted by NTJW View Post
    The extra 3mm is actually negligible, since the actual centre diameter (including bezel) is the same.

    The 1mm is on the left lower case, and 2mm is in the right case including crownguards.

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    Interesting. Perhaps that’s true but I could feel the different as the Trilogy wears smaller.


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    Re: Personal Review: Speedmaster 3594.50

    Quote Originally Posted by lo_scrivano View Post
    Interesting. Perhaps that’s true but I could feel the different as the Trilogy wears smaller.


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    It does wear smaller of course, the no "extra meat" around the bezel, and the no crownguard gives both a visual and literal impression that it is smaller. However the lug to lug remains the same despite a smaller lug width (19mm on trilogy, 20mm on normal ones), and the non-twisted lugs also gives a cleaner and leaner visual.

    Overall its a no brainer to get the trilogy, but I dont want to pay for the premium, and I hate 19mm lug width.

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