I did the thickness side shots as best I could as I don't ever remove bracelets unless I have to. I also did some times lume comparisons.
But first . . .
After a night of wearing it, I'm even more impressed. Good weighty feel without feeling like I'm wearing a training weight. I could see the time easily all night and at dawn (lume is usually exhausted by then) sans eyeglasses. The twin tubes show as one larger light source in the bleary hours, and there is no trouble distinguishing it from the hour hand.
Looks like I've find a new travel watch so I can see a trusted time source in dark motel and guest rooms as we will be back and forth looking for a second home this year.
Time now, to start taking photos of what I'm flipping to finish funding it . . . and flipping to fund the 800Ti Pro.
I bought the Sharkhunter as I didn't have a SS Sharkhunter, only a PVD model. My old OCD requires me to have a Doxa with each color dial that they make, but I think the Pro is nicer looking- in some respects. I might even consider trading my 5000T Pro.
First, is a shot of the 750 and 800 side by side:
I added my 5000 to the pile:
Next to another new favorite for comparison:
And now, the lume face-off:
I charged the 5000T for thirty seconds with an LED flashlight and set them in semi-darkness. You can follow the time elapsed on the dial.
I covered my photo-booth to make it as totally dark as possible.