IWC 3777-10/ Rolex Explorer II 16570/ Tag Monaco Calibre 12/ Longines Heritage Conquest/ Vintage Omega Speedmaster MK II / Baume & Mercier Capeland/ vintage Tag Heuer Professional 1000 Diver/ Apple Watch Series 3 Nike
Previously owned (Most Notable, not all): Omega Seamaster Chrono, Omega Seamaster PO, Omega Speedmaster Panda, Rolex Submariner, Bremont Supermarine s500 Blue, Ball Spacemaster Hydrocarbon, Ball Stormchaser, Ball Madcow, Bell & Ross BR126, Hamilton Jazzmaster, Hamilton Khaki King Pilot, Hamilton Pilot Pioneer Chrono, Hamilton Pan Europ, Tissot Seastar, Tag Carerra CV2010, Perrelet Seacraft Blue, Ball Master Engineer II, Sturhling Tourbillon Grand Emperor,
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Last edited by munichblue; October 20th, 2017 at 11:31.
cheers - mike
My wrist is 6.2“ so the LE clearly makes sense for me. The small and less shiny bezel makes a huge difference compared to the 300MC. The bracelet is also less blingy with the brushed centre links, and I prefer the new endlinks as well. As you prefer smaller watches the LE is definitely worth a try.
PS: there are some comparison pics 300MC/300LE in the trilogy owners thread and in the trilogy thread over at omegaforums. They show the difference between the two quite well.
Last edited by Sloopjohnb; October 20th, 2017 at 13:35.
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♛ 16610 / 18239
This, everyday. :)
Have a great weekend guys!
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