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    Smaller Snowflake?

    I've always wanted the SBGA211 as a grail watch. I recently had to opportunity to try it and unfortunately I think my puny wrist might not be able to support the 41mm size of it

    I was wondering if the SBGY002 dials are smaller and thus might hint at the possibility of a future smaller snowflake

    IE the factory production of a smaller snowflake dial has already been achieved

    what do you guys think? am I just dreaming/projecting now?

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    Re: Smaller Snowflake?

    SBGA129
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    Re: Smaller Snowflake?

    129 is a great choice for smaller wrists.
    "Either he's dead or my watch has stopped"
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    Re: Smaller Snowflake?

    129 is great; stainless steel and fit my 6 1/8 inch wrist great. But is not easy to find.
    Had a chance to try one on in Japan and buy at a decent price (don't ask where, it was in 2018) and I sometimes kick myself a little for not taking it. My rationale being I already had the Snowflake and was happy with it. Which I am, even on my pretty thin wrist.

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    Re: Smaller Snowflake?

    Thanks guys never knew about the sbga129, looks like it might be a good fit but hard to track down and also in stainless steel?

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    Re: Smaller Snowflake?

    SBGA129 is stunning as well with that red accent.

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    Re: Smaller Snowflake?

    yup i agree SBGA129.. i have the 211 it is a bit big especially owning a Sub and BB58... there are some people who likes 211 because it eliminated the
    SEIKO on 12... the 129 have the grand seiko on 6...

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