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    Aviator GMT

    Am currently checking out watches from Ball.
    Just wanted to get opinions about the Aviator GMT.
    How does the watch stack up with the competition?
    Any current owners out there?

    Any comments/feedback would be much appreciated
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    Re: Aviator GMT



    I have the Aviator GMT and love it. It joins my Moonphase and my NightTrain.

    The Lume is unreal, almost as bright as fully charged SL and then it just remains that bright all night. It is like wearing a flashlight.

    Fit and finish are Ball's usual excellence, accuracy out of the box is superb...it's a great watch.

    I posted some thoughts in a previous thread along with some pics:

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=199861
    Last edited by scottw44; December 14th, 2008 at 14:09.
    kind regards,

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    Re: Aviator GMT

    nice looking watch you got there....i am veering more towards the brown dial though...
    so what should i be expecting with the package? Box, tools, warranty...and what else should i expect in the full package?
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    Re: Aviator GMT

    No tools, it only comes with one strap. Nice packaging, pretty much the same as all Ball Watches.
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    Re: Aviator GMT

    As of this week, the Aviator GMT one of the most requested models this season in my store. Handsome item, attractive package. Three dial colors to choose from.

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    Re: Aviator GMT

    thanks guys for the advice/feedback
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    Re: Aviator GMT

    on another topic....would you recommend a more refined leather strap with deployant to go with the aviator gmt? the supplied strap looks a bit too bulky...but maybe it's just me...
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    Re: Aviator GMT

    the supplied strap is not at all thick and I think really works well with the watch. It takes a little time to break in but is a very comfortable strap.
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    Re: Aviator GMT

    Quote Originally Posted by scottw44 View Post


    I have the Aviator GMT and love it. It joins my Moonphase and my NightTrain.

    The Lume is unreal, almost as bright as fully charged SL and then it just remains that bright all night. It is like wearing a flashlight.

    Fit and finish are Ball's usual excellence, accuracy out of the box is superb...it's a great watch.

    I posted some thoughts in a previous thread along with some pics:

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=199861

    I never get tired of seeing that pic! That is my grail watch for sure

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    Re: Aviator GMT

    That's very nice Scott. - J

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