Engineer II Moon Phase Dial Question

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    Engineer II Moon Phase Dial Question

    So I'm loving my new Engineer II Moon Phase with the blue dial--fantastic watch and I'm getting about -0.5 seconds a day on average. However, I noticed something unusual about the dial. In every picture I've seen of the dial, including the one from Ball's own web site, the mCi indication is "T25" (first photo below). On mine, the mCi indication is just "T" (second photo below). Did Ball issue two versions of this watch with different T-ratings?

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    Re: Engineer II Moon Phase Dial Question

    T is a US model and T25 is a European model. It has to do with how much tritium is in all the tubes total and the US allows more.

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    “T” is generally brighter. Be happy.

    You may glow a little as well :))

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    Re: Engineer II Moon Phase Dial Question

    Ah, that explains it. Thanks for the info.

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    Re: Engineer II Moon Phase Dial Question

    Correct.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Smyth View Post
    T is a US model and T25 is a European model. It has to do with how much tritium is in all the tubes total and the US allows more.
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