your pictures made me think:
" do these TMTs come only with Farhenheit scale or are they
delivered in other parts of world with Celsius scale ?
If only Farhenheit - WHY?
Doesn't most of the world use Celsius since it is the official metric standard?
Very nice, however it is an Engineer Master II Diver TMT LE, DLC, not a Fireman series...
Need shots with the wrapping off....
And this is the only model using Fahrenheit, all the other models still use Celsius.
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Very nice pics! As Obie has suggested, the watch would look even sweeter without the protective plastic wrapping on it...and would give us all a chance to get a closer look at all of the great detail work.
Congrats if that's your new limited edition TMT Diver! The EMII Diver TMT LE is an awesome piece and will definitely be one of Ball's homerun hits this season.
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The USA will be supplied with primarily Fahrenheit dials, while the rest of the world will be supplied with Celsius dials. Of course, any market can specially order the other dial.
The older TMTs, the Trainmaster TMT and EH TMT, were only available on Celsius dial.
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