Engineer Hydrocarbon Mid size photos

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    Engineer Hydrocarbon Mid size photos

    Greeting.
    Took these photos some time ago using my handphone at my local AD. Sorry for the low picture quality (nothing to do with the watch, just my poor skills and the plastic wrap around the watch).



    This photo is showing the size difference between my "mad cow" and the mid-size engineer hydrocarbon.



    Another angle looking at it.



    Looking at the from the side.

    Its feel as buffy and as solid as my 'mad cow', just a bit smaller in diameter. The clasp and link is made of SS and just a bit thinner comparing to 'mad cow'. It only comes with date display between 4 & 5 o'clock. It is 100m water resistant rating.

    Thanks for looking.

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    Re: Engineer Hydrocarbon Mid size photos

    Looks pretty cool, I wonder if it would fit me better than the full size... I gotta try one on next time I go to Singapore!

    (There aren't any ADs in Australia)
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    Re: Engineer Hydrocarbon Mid size photos

    Quote Originally Posted by imtrbo View Post
    Looks pretty cool, I wonder if it would fit me better than the full size... I gotta try one on next time I go to Singapore!

    (There aren't any ADs in Australia)
    The Midsize is a 34mm stainless steel case. That means the Hydrocarbon collection now has 42, 40 and 34mm models.

    Sorry about the lack of Australian retailers, but that is a country on our horizon.

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    Angry Re: Engineer Hydrocarbon Mid size photos

    Quote Originally Posted by imtrbo View Post
    Looks pretty cool, I wonder if it would fit me better than the full size... I gotta try one on next time I go to Singapore!

    (There aren't any ADs in Australia)
    Hong Kong is the main distributor in Asia region. I believe Singapore is selling them now.

    There's not much information from the AD about this model, I assume that the shock & magnetic resistance is lower than the 'normal size' of engineer hydrocarbon series but also can withstand -40C to 60C temperature.
    When I look back at the photo, only the 1st one is clear. Sorry about that (stupid camera phone ).

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