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January 14, 2014

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Damian

Hi, old post but can't resist. I have Sumo, turtle and pro saturation diver. And Orient in how you fill watch, wins in every aspect for me. It's not possible for anyone who knows watches at lower level to say it's similar to sumo. This watch have a lot of strong character. For really long time for me this watch was most beautiful diver watch that was done in Japan. Last year's they did few Grand Seikos and LX line, and those watches remain me in style OSD300 so much, off course they technically and financially kills OSD easily but they have a similar strong design. Sumo is just another diver from Seiko, with no fireworks.

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