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    This dial is so deep, you could...

    ...just jump inside and walk around!





    WOW!!!
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    Re: This dial is so deep, you could...

    agree.."WOW"...wonderful photos....

    I have to stop hanging here so much....in addition to Night Trian
    I am already thinking about adding more

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    Re: This dial is so deep, you could...

    Spectacular photos! Really makes you appreciate the fine workmanship that goes into these fine timepieces when you see the dial detail that close up. Thanks for posting those.
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    Re: This dial is so deep, you could...

    WOW! Good eye, I hadn't noticed it!

    You'd think they would have caught that before using these pictures for marketing purposes. Mind you, it's probably not as noticeable in person. Think about it, those pictures are super blown-up.

    Wonder what it looks like in person. Hum...

    I would like to volenteer to inspect it! Just send it on over...
    Marc Levesque
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    Re: This dial is so deep, you could...

    Quote Originally Posted by BrianS View Post
    I couldn't help but notice that the tritium vial on the second hand is crooked though..
    Oh, that only happened because Marc bumped into it, when he jumped in and walked around that dial.
    Marc, please be more careful!

    That is a gorgeously detailed dial. I especially love those applied Arabic numerals!

    Great pics, Marc! Thanks for posting 'em up!
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