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    Question T25-t100

    Does anyone know which models will have the T100 tubes?

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    Re: T25-t100

    I think the night train will be "T" and not "T25".

    I have never seen the picture of the moonglow. Very cool.

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    Re: T25-t100

    Quote Originally Posted by FOURFLUSHER View Post
    I think the night train will be "T" and not "T25".

    I have never seen the picture of the moonglow. Very cool.
    Hi FF,

    Yes, the Night Train will be a "T", and does have the T100 tubes.

    The EMII Moonglow is very cool, and if my AD had had one in stock at the time, I might have gone home with one, instead of my EMII Classic.

    BALL holds a patent on the first night readable illuminated calendar, and that's in the Moonglow.
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    Re: T25-t100

    :thanks
    Thank you for the info. It's helped me make up my mind.
    Tim

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    Re: T25-t100

    BrianS - That moonglow looks fantastic! How much do those go for?

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    Re: T25-t100

    I thought I had made up my mind on a new Engineer11 classic. That was until I saw that Moonglow. Sorta took my breath away. Now just need to either buy one from eastern Canada or drive down to Washington and sneek one back. Ideally, I would like to be face to face with the retailer but the cost of an airline ticket is almost as much as the watch.

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    Re: T25-t100

    Between the two, I like the Moonglow more. The tritium backlite calander is amazing.

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    Re: T25-t100

    Quote Originally Posted by BrianS View Post
    MSRP is $1499
    Thanks BrianS. That is the same price as the Diver. My local AD did not have a Moonglow in stock when I went by. I might have to drop by again to see if he got one in. Do you know if it has a solid case back and what is on it?

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    Re: T25-t100

    Quote Originally Posted by Kenage View Post
    Thanks BrianS. That is the same price as the Diver. My local AD did not have a Moonglow in stock when I went by. I might have to drop by again to see if he got one in. Do you know if it has a solid case back and what is on it?
    Hi Kenage,

    The EMII Moon Glow does have the solid case back, and the engraving on it is the same design as that on my EMII Classic--



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    Re: Casebacks

    Quote Originally Posted by Kenage View Post
    Thanks BrianS. That is the same price as the Diver. My local AD did not have a Moonglow in stock when I went by. I might have to drop by again to see if he got one in. Do you know if it has a solid case back and what is on it?
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