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    Looks like the SBGN007 in blue without the 5 point star. This one slightly cheaper.

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    Re: SBGN009 GMT

    I like the color combo. Would be interesting to see one in person.
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    New Grand Seiko SBGN009 GMT


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    Looks like a good option for those who were complaining that the other SBGNs looked too much like like an explorer 2. I wonder why they limited it.

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    Re: SBGN009 GMT

    That dial with the contrasting logo is a bit distracting. Could have been a winner but decided on this weird branding on the dial. JMHO.
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    It’s the old Twin Quartz logo Seiko used when quartz pieces were new. I think it would have been more appropriate for them to have used the version of the logo found on the old King/Grand Seiko Quartz pieces that grouped 5 of those shapes instead of 3.

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    Re: SBGN009 GMT

    The dial looks like a pattern for socks :(
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    Re: SBGN009 GMT

    Quote Originally Posted by LRS View Post
    It’s the old Twin Quartz logo Seiko used when quartz pieces were new. I think it would have been more appropriate for them to have used the version of the logo found on the old King/Grand Seiko Quartz pieces that grouped 5 of those shapes instead of 3.
    This is just the regular quartz logo, the twin quartz was the doubled-up one that looked like a radiator. It's the 50th anniversary of their quartz, hence why they're using that logo.
    lol

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    Re: SBGN009 GMT

    I think I like the 007 better if you want to stay away from the numbered bezel and no crown lugs.

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    Re: SBGN009 GMT

    Not really digging the color combo on the SBGX339... but hey, at least they're trying something different.

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