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    Re: Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Owner's Thread

    The lume on my PO's and old SMP are all far superior to that of my 300MC. Not really sure why that is; would've expected something on par or better.


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    Re: Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Owner's Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by om3ga_fan View Post
    The lume on my PO's and old SMP are all far superior to that of my 300MC. Not really sure why that is; would've expected something on par or better.
    As for the lume, I feel like I haven't really charged mine up yet. In the summer I would be spending more time outside wearing a lot of short sleeved shirts, so any watch would charge up pretty well. My previous Seamaster GMT 50 years would glow like a torch. But the weather is not as nice and I'm mostly wearing long sleeves. Also, I'm in the office way too much. So I don't think I have been able to really charge it up. However, I will say that with the little charge it does get, the watch is still glowing in the morning when I wake up. It's very dull, but it was also very dull when I went to bed. To me, it seems like the duration of the glow is quite long, but the intensity may not be as high as other dive watches. The 50 years has so much lume material that it would be very strange if it didn't glow like a torch. The 300MC simply has less material to glow.

    As for the adjustable bracelet that was mentioned earlier, I'm a huge fan. I sized my bracelet a couple of times to get the fit right. Right now it's perfect, and the adjustable clasp is on the second to last setting. So I can shorten the bracelet by 1 click if needed (like when it actually gets cold around here), or I can let it out 5 clicks when it gets hotter (although that would be way too long).

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    Re: Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Owner's Thread

    Is this lume intensity lesser than other vintage lumes?

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    Re: Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Owner's Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by EPmac View Post
    As for the lume, I feel like I haven't really charged mine up yet. In the summer I would be spending more time outside wearing a lot of short sleeved shirts, so any watch would charge up pretty well. My previous Seamaster GMT 50 years would glow like a torch. But the weather is not as nice and I'm mostly wearing long sleeves. Also, I'm in the office way too much. So I don't think I have been able to really charge it up. However, I will say that with the little charge it does get, the watch is still glowing in the morning when I wake up. It's very dull, but it was also very dull when I went to bed. To me, it seems like the duration of the glow is quite long, but the intensity may not be as high as other dive watches. The 50 years has so much lume material that it would be very strange if it didn't glow like a torch. The 300MC simply has less material to glow.

    As for the adjustable bracelet that was mentioned earlier, I'm a huge fan. I sized my bracelet a couple of times to get the fit right. Right now it's perfect, and the adjustable clasp is on the second to last setting. So I can shorten the bracelet by 1 click if needed (like when it actually gets cold around here), or I can let it out 5 clicks when it gets hotter (although that would be way too long).
    Thanks for all the replies on the lume. Mine is still glowing but dull in the morning, like you said. I took both the PO 8500 and the 300 out into the sun and the PO easily outshines the 300. As for the accuracy, after a full two days of wearing, and synching up a little over 24 hours ago, I'm running at about +.5 sec so I am very happy with that.

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    Anyone seen Spectre? It's our moment guys, go and watch it if you haven't. ;)


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    Quote Originally Posted by typericey View Post


    Anyone seen Spectre? It's our moment guys, go and watch it if you haven't. ;)


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    Re: Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Owner's Thread

    It's a while I have, finally find the time to shoot a picture. Great great watch, I'm really loving it.

    I'm liking it everyday more and more. The PCLs are just beautifil, they match the case and I think they're fine. I wonder if white indeces instead of yellowish would have been better, but it's not bad. No worries, it's almost perfect: only thing I don't like are the 21mm lugs, I can't really see a value for the customer having odd measure.


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    Re: Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Owner's Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by pk_diver View Post
    It's a while I have, finally find the time to shoot a picture. Great great watch, I'm really loving it.

    I'm liking it everyday more and more. The PCLs are just beautifil, they match the case and I think they're fine. I wonder if white indeces instead of yellowish would have been better, but it's not bad. No worries, it's almost perfect: only thing I don't like are the 21mm lugs, I can't really see a value for the customer having odd measure.


    Fabulous pic! I agree the PCLs are stunning..

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