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The "toolest" of tool watches.:thumbup: An evolution of the Sub., the mighty SD presents such a great utilitarian look that says " I'm all business". Such a great reference with a wonderfull history!





I love this!:thumbup:

 

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I agree with Boscoe. I have the LV, and am considering having the cyclops removed. If a person's eyes are that bad they can not see the date, more than likely they can not see the hands either. Just MHO. Besides, it would save Rolex some money by removing it and giving the watch a much cleaner look.
 

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Stunning pics Guys:thumbup1: I consider the Seadweller the ultimate dive watch:001_cool:



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Bob:D
 

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I like the SD..I had the choice to either get the LV SUB, GMT II or SD.

I went for the SD due to it's robust build and clean lines (No Cyclops)

I've ony had it for around 5 weeks and still have no regrets :thumbup:



 

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I think, the Seadweller is an nice watch, if you can wear it. Sometimes I recognizing people with really small hands, where this beauty is just overdone.
 

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The SD was the first Rolex I ever bought. I still like the way it is over-engineered and it's got a great history behind it. The LV Sub is no slouch though........
 

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Pete: Interesting comments. I was reallyl torn between the two. I liked the clean look of the SD; but, I liked the history and uniqueness of the LV. I eventually went with the LV due to the uniquness and history; but, someday, I may go with an SD. Both are phenomenal watches and you really can't go wrong with either one.
 

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Yup, the perfect watch (well, almost perfect... :wink: ). If the LV wasn't around the SD would have definitely been the one I got! :thumbup1:
 
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