Seatime with Carbon dial

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    Seatime with Carbon dial

    Hi All,

    I'm trying to make a decision on the dial for a Seatime I'm going to order. The blue dial looks great but I think a black dial will go with more bezel/strap combinations, so it's between the standard black and carbon black dials.

    Does anyone own or has seen a carbon black dial on the Seatime and can share opinions or photos?

    Thanks in advance!

    Nigel

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    Re: Seatime with Carbon dial

    I don't own a Seatime but I must say that the carbon fiber dial looks spectacular. That would be my choice ahead of the others.
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    Re: Seatime with Carbon dial

    Thanks Peter. I'm leaning toward the carbon fibre dial too. The only problem is I can't quite make out how it really looks and I'm hoping somone on the forum has some pictures or has seen it in the flesh.

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    Re: Seatime with Carbon dial

    I'd love to see a picture from a forum member as well. It looks super good on Stowa's site. Exciting stuff your going to be receiving one soon. Look forward to your pics!
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    Re: Seatime with Carbon dial

    i think the blue dial and bezel looks awesome, but only if you could live with no date

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    Re: Seatime with Carbon dial

    MHO, I don't like the red date wheel. That would be my reason for choosing the black dialed Seatime if I were to choose.

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    Re: Seatime with Carbon dial

    Quote Originally Posted by stockae92 View Post
    i think the blue dial and bezel looks awesome, but only if you could live with no date

    There is an option for for the date with the blue dial.
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    Re: Seatime with Carbon dial

    I believe these pictures will help your decision :)
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    Last edited by BenMac; October 11th, 2008 at 00:18.

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    Re: Seatime with Carbon dial

    Quote Originally Posted by BenMac View Post
    I believe these pictures will help your decision :)
    WOW!!!! Looks awesome!!!
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    Re: Seatime with Carbon dial

    Quote Originally Posted by BenMac View Post
    I believe these pictures will help your decision :)
    Love it! Thanks for sharing.
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