We have normal filled hands if the buyer prefers. The skeleton hands look really good though.Typical informative and entertaining review, Curtis. Can't get behind -- with my dwarf imagination -- the idea of a stealth Lum-Tec that's intended to be hard to see at night, by design, yet features "MDV Technology." I guess I just don't get the whole "stealth" craze, truth be told. Maybe I can capitalize by making watch straps designed to cover the dial of the watch with leather; I could market it as my "SuperStealth Strap!" and guys could be stealthy when they didn't want to read the time, but peel back the leather, when they wanted to catch a plane or make a meeting. I know... these ideas just come to me, all the time; it's a curse.
"Stealthy lume" just seems oxymoron-ish to me, kinda like "anorexic Rosey O'Donnell."
If I were the recipient of the Bull45 -- and I could't persuade LT to take it back -- the first thing I'd beg Chris to do would be to either swap out the skeletonized hands, or somehow fill them with lume. I think the '45 would STILL look just as cool -- and be almost as stealthy -- if it had lumed hands, and it'd be WAY COOL to actually be able to read it in the dark.
Thanks, Chris. It's a great looking watch; no doubt about it.We have normal filled hands if the buyer prefers. The skeleton hands look really good though.