Man, I like that small seconds model more and more. The black/silver combo is an absolute classic. 1000m, and a solid chunk of engineering without the usual weight baggage thanks to our friend titanium :thumbup:. I can't think of many divers that can do half as much for twice the price.My Titan "C" 47mm :biggrin:
Don't make me hunt you down for pics... :glare: :T.I didn't take pictures but I promise to take and post a few this weekend...
A classic in IMHO. So simple and elegant, easy to read even for people without 20/20 vision.
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Couldn't have said it better... :thumbup1::thumbup1: Simple and elegant indeed! I love the clean no frills case, the highly legible hands, the great dial layout-- including the clever position of the Day/Date. With the rubber strap it conveys the sense of, not a "tool" watch exactly, but rather of a precision instrument-- it looks down right German! :001_smile:
I thought as much. Many dress watches don't bother with lume, but it is certainly none the less stunning without it :thumbup1:No luminescent substance on dial.