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    San Martin looks great

    Just saw this San Martin watch with some awesome specs
    Model: SN064
    Movement: SW200 / PT5000 [Automatic movement]
    Case: Material-316L stainless steel, two sandblasting options
    Diameter: 44mm (excluding crown)
    Thickness: 12.6mm (including mirror)
    Lug Width: 22mm
    Mirror: single domed sapphire crystal
    Bezel: 316L stainless steel chronograph bezel, luminous scale
    Dial: Silver sun pattern, gun color sun pattern optional
    Hands: steel needle, filled with luminous
    Luminous: C3 Super Luminous (Emitting Color: Green)
    Crown: screw-in
    Bottom cover: screw-in bottom cover
    Strap: 316L stainless steel
    Width 22mm
    Buckle: diving buckle
    Waterproof: 200 meters waterproof
    Warranty: Two-year warranty
    (The above data is subject to errors due to manual measurement. Please refer to the actual product

    Time to get out my credit card lol

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    Re: San Martin looks great

    I haven't had an itch for another dive watch yet but I am a firm believer in how high a quality San Martin delivers for such a relatively low price. These San Martin pilots have been perfect.


    I also have a strong suspicion they adjusted the movements as they seem way too accurate otherwise.

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    Re: San Martin looks great

    That is a nice solid looking watch! Does anyone have an opinion as to the better of the two movements from which to choose?

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    I'm certainly a fan. Had and flipped two pilot watches -- no issues, just didn't gel with the size (42mm sterile dial) or style (39mm, no date) of them.

    This one is currently a favorite of mine.

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    Re: San Martin looks great

    Quote Originally Posted by il giramondo View Post
    That is a nice solid looking watch! Does anyone have an opinion as to the better of the two movements from which to choose?
    I chose the Sellita SW200 in this one, as it is a smoother beat rate than the Seiko....



    ...but the Seiko is the only choice TMK in the 62mas homages:











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    Re: San Martin looks great

    Quote Originally Posted by mconlonx View Post
    I'm certainly a fan. Had and flipped two pilot watches -- no issues, just didn't gel with the size (42mm sterile dial) or style (39mm, no date) of them.

    This one is currently a favorite of mine.

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    how is the bronze case ? no crack or pitting? i plan to get one of those

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    Re: San Martin looks great

    I have the 42mm sterile dial pilot that mconlonx mentioned. That one has the ST2130 movement. I like it.

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    Some of those, a few of these and a couple of the others.

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