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    Re: Seamaster 300 White Dial

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    Re: Seamaster 300 White Dial

    Looks really nice!

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    Re: Seamaster 300 White Dial

    I am seriously considering buying this ceramic white dial Seamaster 300M when it is released this November, however I do not like the bracelet on this current model, and much prefer some of the other 20MM bracelets from prior gen Seamasters, and Planet Oceans, etc. If I bought the ceramic white dial Seamaster, I would get it on rubber, then purchase a different model bracelet separately ( through the AD or Ebay) With that said, I am trying to find out if any other 20MM Omega bracelets fit the 2018 / 2019 Seamaster 300. The bracelets I am interested in are ref# 1589/858 & 1580/952 from the Planet Ocean, 1998/849 from the older Seamaster, 1574/898 from the Railmaster. I reached out to Omega’s customer service inquiring back in Sept, and got no response, so hoping someone here could advise.
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    Re: Seamaster 300 White Dial

    Quote Originally Posted by heb View Post
    Someone earlier said it looked "plasticy". I'll go along with that.
    The indices and even the hands are outlined with black, so the theme is black/white which can look cheap if paired with a bracelet, though it looks better with the strap. The chrome/white PO definitely looks better on a bracelet.

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    Re: Seamaster 300 White Dial

    I have the blue/sedna version, and I love it, but I am drawn to the lighter-dial versions also.

    The gray/blue version looks fantastic, and the blue waves on gray/sunburst dial and blue surrounds for the hour markers are imho gorgeous.

    This white-dial version has great pop, but like others above, I'm a little unsure about how it'll look in the metal... white is ironically maybe the hardest color to nail, it's awfully easy to have it look cheap and crappy, and remarkably difficult to have look sharp and attractive.

    Looking forward to seeing it in person, just have to see what I think.

    My only other thought is on the orange-bezel PO... I adore my PO 8500 XL with the orange anodized aluminum bezel, but the current orange ceramic doesn't appeal to me - the orange is very red, and while it's not an unattractive color, it just doesn't speak to me. Unfortunately, same story for the orange numerals on other PO models.

    As much as I'm a huge PO fan overall, the current SMP's top notch look, size and finish makes it tough to argue in favor of the current PO, at least for me.
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    Re: Seamaster 300 White Dial

    Quote Originally Posted by Deanster View Post
    I have the blue/sedna version, and I love it, but I am drawn to the lighter-dial versions also.

    The gray/blue version looks fantastic, and the blue waves on gray/sunburst dial and blue surrounds for the hour markers are imho gorgeous.

    This white-dial version has great pop, but like others above, I'm a little unsure about how it'll look in the metal... white is ironically maybe the hardest color to nail, it's awfully easy to have it look cheap and crappy, and remarkably difficult to have look sharp and attractive.

    Looking forward to seeing it in person, just have to see what I think.

    My only other thought is on the orange-bezel PO... I adore my PO 8500 XL with the orange anodized aluminum bezel, but the current orange ceramic doesn't appeal to me - the orange is very red, and while it's not an unattractive color, it just doesn't speak to me. Unfortunately, same story for the orange numerals on other PO models.

    As much as I'm a huge PO fan overall, the current SMP's top notch look, size and finish makes it tough to argue in favor of the current PO, at least for me.
    The Omega Seamaster nice watch just too heavy to wear on the wrist

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    Re: Seamaster 300 White Dial

    Saw the white dial Seamaster 300 the other day in person and was able to try it on as well. I'm a sucker for a white dial diver but I think its my favorite of the bunch. Stuning crisp white dial. Looked great on a black rubber strap.

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    Re: Seamaster 300 White Dial

    Quote Originally Posted by greent54 View Post
    The Omega Seamaster nice watch just too heavy to wear on the wrist

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    I have never heard this before, are you confusing it with the planet ocean 600?

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    Re: Seamaster 300 White Dial

    Quote Originally Posted by GreatScott View Post
    I have never heard this before, are you confusing it with the planet ocean 600?

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    He's right, though. The modern Seamaster 300m on bracelet is significantly heavier than something like a 3570.50 Moonwatch. It's also heavier than the 8500 42mm PO. Something about the bracelet makes it so heavy.
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    Re: Seamaster 300 White Dial

    Quote Originally Posted by greent54 View Post
    The Omega Seamaster nice watch just too heavy to wear on the wrist

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    I'll of course grant that the current wave-dial SMP 300m is larger/heavier than the classic 300m's, like my beloved 2254.

    I also got the blue/sedna on strap, as the two-tone bracelets are remarkably expensive, and I wear most of my watches on straps anyhow, so I can't speak to the weight of the bracelet.

    I also have nearly 8" caveman wrists, so even my PO XL 8500 or Ploprof 8500 aren't ludicrously oversized on me, but that's obviously a very different situation from someone with a less-Neanderthal bone structure.

    All I can really say is that my blue/sedna SMP 300m is such a perfect mix of size/features for me that it's won a remarkably high proportion of my available wrist time since the day it showed up on my doorstep.

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