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The Seiko MM300 is, without a doubt, one of the classic divers but it’s also quite a difficult watch to do photographic justice to. I’ve shot a few of them over the years and never have I been completely satisfied with the overall result. When I photograph a watch I’m trying to translate exactly what I see into the image and this has been the problem with the MM300. This image, however, is probably as close as I’ve ever managed..

Seiko SBDX001 Marinemaster 300 « thirtyfivemill


 

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Nice, Thank you, it has the same blade shape as the native. Just the "business end" showing really accents it. Really really nice. Thank you!
No worries, Twitchy! I have one more of the Spydercos. It's a tiny little D'Holder Toad:

D'Holder Toad

Brilliant little knife that I always carry with me and never can tell it's in my pocket.
 
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