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    Re: Seamaster Diver 300 42mm: Blue or Black for daily wear?

    Quote Originally Posted by om3ga_fan View Post
    Congrats!! Enjoy and wear in good health. Post more photos. Enjoy the bracelet as well - the micro-adjust is splendid. When you can, try it in the OEM rubber and/or some NATO’s. Great fun!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan II View Post
    Congratulations on your new Seamaster Diver 300m!!

    To me it looks to fit exactly as a dive watch should...big enough to have a presence, but not overhanging the wrist.

    Be careful in your day-to-day activities, especially crossing the street, as that baby is going to steal a lot if your attention.

    Post more pictures when you're back down on Earth.

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    Thank you both! I know what you mean, Titan II, I'm often finding myself distracted looking down at my wrist. I struggle to use this watch to read the time, and it has nothing to do with legibility :P

    More photos and my thoughts on the timepiece going forward will be posted in this thread:
    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f20/fi...d-5110555.html
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    I voted black. It goes with more wardrobe options, and also accepts more strap options than a blue dialed watch.

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    Re: Seamaster Diver 300 42mm: Blue or Black for daily wear?

    As blue is my favorite color i was also ready to get it like that until i saw and tried the blue rubber strap & grey dial combination. As somebody said above blue rubber & blue dial is a bit to much, but if you want it on the rubber then i think grey is the perfect fit. Awesome looking watch at a very good price
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    Re: Seamaster Diver 300 42mm: Blue or Black for daily wear?

    Quote Originally Posted by vlpix View Post
    As blue is my favorite color i was also ready to get it like that until i saw and tried the blue rubber strap & grey dial combination. As somebody said above blue rubber & blue dial is a bit to much, but if you want it on the rubber then i think grey is the perfect fit. Awesome looking watch at a very good price
    I really like this watch.




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    Re: Seamaster Diver 300 42mm: Blue or Black for daily wear?

    It looks much nicer on the strap. On the bracelet the dial is engulfed by the colour of the bracelet. Looks great on you.

    Quote Originally Posted by vlpix View Post
    As blue is my favorite color i was also ready to get it like that until i saw and tried the blue rubber strap & grey dial combination. As somebody said above blue rubber & blue dial is a bit to much, but if you want it on the rubber then i think grey is the perfect fit. Awesome looking watch at a very good price
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    Re: Seamaster Diver 300 42mm: Blue or Black for daily wear?

    Quote Originally Posted by vlpix View Post
    As blue is my favorite color i was also ready to get it like that until i saw and tried the blue rubber strap & grey dial combination. As somebody said above blue rubber & blue dial is a bit to much, but if you want it on the rubber then i think grey is the perfect fit. Awesome looking watch at a very good price
    Agree that the gray on blue strap is absolutely superb. Better looking, for my taste, than the blue on blue strap. And I really don’t find the blue on blue to be too much. I just think the gray o blue looks better.

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    Re: Seamaster Diver 300 42mm: Blue or Black for daily wear?

    Out of blue or black, i’d go Blue. I myself went with the grey dial. But cant go wrong either way!
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