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    103 St Sa bezel

    Hi folks - still in my internal 103 debate

    how many clicks does the new ratchet bezel on 103 St Sa have? 60 or 120?

    Info appreciated

    Cheers

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    Re: 103 St Sa bezel

    Quote Originally Posted by whifferdill View Post
    Hi folks - still in my internal 103 debate

    how many clicks does the new ratchet bezel on 103 St Sa have? 60 or 120?

    Info appreciated

    Cheers
    60 clicks. The only 120 click bezel I have owned has been on the Rolex 16610 Sub-Date and 16170 GMT II.
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    Re: 103 St Sa bezel

    Quote Originally Posted by pugridiron View Post
    60 clicks. The only 120 click bezel I have owned has been on the Rolex 16610 Sub-Date and 16170 GMT II.
    That makes a difference - I appreciate the info.

    Many thanks

    Minutes are the Milestones of Aviation - Fred, in 'Fools and Birds Fly'

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    103 St Sa bezel: my opinion w/scan

    Others with 120 ratchets: Breitling CSO, Breitling Chronomat, TAG-Heuer Aquaracer Chrono Auto, Certina DS-3 LE Chrono and many more. I wish the 103 and 757 had 120 ratchets too: very disturbing when minute hand stands between half-way between minutes, especially when timing short interwals, making tea e. g. Fortunately my 103 is friction-controlled with count-up 60 minutes! Great watch otherwise - I wear it on the Breitling new mesh bracelet, the Ocean Classic - fits perfectly! Use the Tutima F2 hands, which some may dislike, but I find it very stylish and visibility is much better, because I find the luminous part of the original hands a tad too short.
    Regards: Robertus
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    Re: 103 St Sa bezel: my opinion w/scan

    Quote Originally Posted by Robertus View Post
    Others with 120 ratchets: Breitling CSO, Breitling Chronomat, TAG-Heuer Aquaracer Chrono Auto, Certina DS-3 LE Chrono and many more. I wish the 103 and 757 had 120 ratchets too: very disturbing when minute hand stands between half-way between minutes, especially when timing short interwals, making tea e. g. Fortunately my 103 is friction-controlled with count-up 60 minutes! Great watch otherwise - I wear it on the Breitling new mesh bracelet, the Ocean Classic - fits perfectly! Use the Tutima F2 hands, which some may dislike, but I find it very stylish and visibility is much better, because I find the luminous part of the original hands a tad too short.
    Regards: Robertus
    very nice! love the custom hands.

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