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Looks like someone went on a serious buying blitz. The M23 and M26 were also there a few days ago.
 

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I'm surprised it took that long too. Nice to see some of these "older" Lum-Tecs finally selling out.

Clearly Lum-Tec's following has grown, since the new series are getting larger in production #'s.
 

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Clearly Lum-Tec's following has grown, since the new series are getting larger in production #'s.
Which make my M6 even more rare:001_smile: I kinda regret not having bought a M7 too, back then, but I'll get one of the cobalt chronium ones for sure.

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and just recently, I finally succeeded in mounting the Tungsten bracelet.

Wow, what a work that was.

And wow, the total weight of the watch lets grow my muscles, I guess...

For sure, we all enjoy that nice timepiece!
 

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and just recently, I finally succeeded in mounting the Tungsten bracelet.

Wow, what a work that was.

And wow, the total weight of the watch lets grow my muscles, I guess...

For sure, we all enjoy that nice timepiece!
Wore mine on the bracelet yesterday. Hopefully you will get used to the extra heft pretty quickly. Enjoy!
 

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I can't believe they lasted as long as they did. I love mine! :thumbup1:

I'm surprised as well. I assumed they were long gone and was pretty shocked last year to learn there were still some left. If collectors ever seriously get Lumtec on their radar the M24/25 is going to be one everyone wants. I know I sure like mine.
 
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