"Five is right out. Once the number three, being the third number, be reached, then, lobbest thou thy Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch towards thy foe, who, being naughty in My sight, shall snuff it."
"I do like that, but still feel Tina Turner’s “What’s love but a second hand in motion” is more appropriate for us" ~Brother Sogeha
Got 50 foot of fencing up.
Got up to 16.46 for 3 days at work.
Wearing the Eco Diver just like I said.
I took a different route on the hands. Since the rhodium dial isnt a big popper like the gold, and as the lume markers are thin, I wanted the hands to carry the duty so i went all white.
The Yuki's set had flat hour hands while ebay ones had a light curve to them not sure why.
The Yuki's set had the second's lume marker closer to the center and hit the 369 dial's better.
Ignore the C3 & C5 from the bottom left hand corner.. means nothing important.
Bulova: Accutron II Blue Surveyor, Accutron II Blue Lobster
Seiko: 1971 LM Special 5206-6070, SNZH5X FFF Vintage Mod, SBCD063 Baby MM200, 6105 Mod, MM300 Mod
BSHT: 369 Ranger, Polar Explorer II, Gilt Ocean-Mariner,
I think making the white hands pop detracts from that silvery rhodium goodness
Polished hands would disappear without light and flash up the same as the dial
Just a theory and no disrespect brother!
P.S./ edit: polished hour/minute with a white seconds would be hotttttt
21 minutes til boarding. Always compliant.