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    EHC Submarine Warfare

    First Ball Iíve seen in a hot minute that caught my attention. Two bezel variants, as well as a chronograph option. Clean, lot less derivative than what theyíve been putting out lately. I dig it.




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    Re: EHC Submarine Warfare

    Quote Originally Posted by dinexus View Post
    First Ball Iíve seen in a hot minute that caught my attention. Two bezel variants, as well as a chronograph option. Clean, lot less derivative than what theyíve been putting out lately. I dig it.




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    I have to agree. This one is very clean and striking. Some people don't like the big crown guard and locking mechanism that Ball uses on these, but I like it.

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    Pretty nice looking watch--I like the crown guard, and the way the handled the day & date (though I am sure some won't like the date placement)--definitely like the balanced used of Tritium even at the 3 o'clock!!

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    Re: EHC Submarine Warfare

    Here's the chronograph version on bracelet: titanium with a steel bezel.



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    Re: EHC Submarine Warfare

    Are they still using T25? The price point demands T100 and a Chronometer function. I donít mind the crown guard but canít justify their pricing for a glorified eta 2824-2.

    Perhaps the eta 2892 Chronometer and T100 and then Iíd give it a look.


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    Re: EHC Submarine Warfare

    Quote Originally Posted by Rhorya View Post
    Are they still using T25? The price point demands T100 and a Chronometer function. I donít mind the crown guard but canít justify their pricing for a glorified eta 2824-2.

    Perhaps the eta 2892 Chronometer and T100 and then Iíd give it a look.

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    Agree with you for what they're asking for but the odd thought crossed my mind that maybe they couldn't contain all that radiation or that it will be too bright in total darkness with all that lume.

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    Re: EHC Submarine Warfare

    Quote Originally Posted by dinexus View Post
    First Ball I’ve seen in a hot minute that caught my attention. Two bezel variants, as well as a chronograph option. Clean, lot less derivative than what they’ve been putting out lately. I dig it.




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    Where did you see this watch? I don't see it on the website nor their Facebook advertising which is now that Fireman Night Train III.

    By the way, this watch looks like a re-hash of the Silver Fox with a Hunley/NEDU bezel on it. IMHO - please put the pitch fork back, thanks.

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    Re: EHC Submarine Warfare

    That is nice. Not over cooked and a nicely balanced dial.


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    Re: EHC Submarine Warfare

    Quote Originally Posted by Rhorya View Post
    Are they still using T25? The price point demands T100 and a Chronometer function. I don’t mind the crown guard but can’t justify their pricing for a glorified eta 2824-2.

    Perhaps the eta 2892 Chronometer and T100 and then I’d give it a look.


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    I don't see how retail $2350 "demands T100 AND a Chronometer" grade (COSC) movement--in fact, nigh unto impossible. T100 has never been reserved for mid or higher end watches, and is used simply to fit the intended applications of the watch (see the Night Trains and original Aviator), and honestly, I would rather not pay the additional bucks needed to put a COSC-grade movement in a field watch, myself--nice, but not necessary. (Both my Ball 2824s operate within COSC anyway...)

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    Re: EHC Submarine Warfare

    Looks like the WUS system is double posting again--such fun...

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