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    I think I would have to go with the blue dial



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    The blue does look nice. I had been leaning towards that one, but now I'm thinking silver.

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    Re: I think I would have to go with the blue dial

    42 is too big for an all dial watch. 38 is perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hchj View Post
    42 is too big for an all dial watch. 38 is perfect.

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    I'm not convinced it really is 42. Everywhere else I've seen the same watch posted, it's been listed at 40mm. I doubt they would make it in both sizes. I feel like it's probably a misprint on the Ball website. 40mm just makes sense for this watch.

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    Re: I think I would have to go with the blue dial

    I’d think the ball website is more likely to have it right...that’s all dial and far too big


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    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiWomble View Post
    I’d think the ball website is more likely to have it right...that’s all dial and far too big
    I agree that 42 would be too big. I just assumed that it had to be 40, since I had seen it all over the internet months before it was listed on Ball's site, and it was always listed at 40. Perhaps I'll send them a message to confirm. I really do like this piece.

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    Re: I think I would have to go with the blue dial

    I like the blue as well. I have a couple of 42mm and they don't wear quite as big as the numbers would suggest, IMHO.
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    Re: I think I would have to go with the blue dial

    From my personal view, the blue dial is flawless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smurfdon View Post
    From my personal view, the blue dial is flawless.
    The blue is gorgeous. I'm just picturing the silver really popping with a number of nice leather straps. Tough choice between the two.

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    Re: I think I would have to go with the blue dial

    Price is way ott, that white date wheel spoils it as does the 80powerhrs script.

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