We still have that one on the backburner btu we have made several variations of it and have yet to be happy with how it came out. Still needs work.PS. I'm still a pretty big fan of the diver prototype case on the far right center with what looks like an internal rotating bezel and the off-center crown! I forget which thread had the renderings of that prototype, but it was several years ago and I can't remember why that project stalled out/got scraped. :sad:
Highly doubt it. I'd assume only production pieces are given serial numbers.Are the prototypes even numbered ?
Sort of. They don't always ship the watches out in numerical order and not all the watches from every series is assembled at once.I though I read on here LT doesn't number them in the order produced, watches are numbered randomly as they are completed.
Chris generally keeps all the #1's. I think the few exceptions are the collaboration pieces LUM-TEC has done with various forums including the WTF edition M61 and M62.But thats not to say first numbers aren't kept in house.
Yes.That being said does LT let you request the #?
No problem, it must be because these weren't discussed all that much on here.My mistake then. I didn't recognized the watch ... sorry :wink:
I think a rare moment of weakness :TWolf, I can't believe you don't know every single Lum-Tec ever produced, what is wrong with you
Not sure if it is a matter of want, or a matter of can...LT has mentioned numerous times in the past that they don't want to make another model using the 7750 or its Sellita equivalent. They are however interested in a Chrono version of the Miyota 9015 when that comes to pass.