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September 04, 2014

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Gary

That's a cool looking watch, Jeff. I like the orange and black-ish (gunmetal) look. This color scheme is perfect for Halloween, too.

Casio is introducing high-end G-Shocks in the $3K price range. For that kind of dough I'd probably buy three micro-brand divers and have money left over for a few nice, cheaper G-Shocks or Protreks. I can't see spending as much for a G-Shock as a lower-end Omega, but I guess there are a lot of G-Shock fanatics out there.

http://www.ablogtowatch.com/casio-g-shock-mr-g-titanium-mrg-g1000-watch/

Angelo

I like the look a lot. They got it right----the orange isn't bright and shocking----it's a soothing orange (to the extent that orange can be understated). The yellow trim on the hands looks great as a compliment to the orange and gunmetal. And Jeff, you save money since there's no need for you to go buy a new bracelet----this one is perfect I'd say and you'd never get a matching gunmetal anyway.

Angelo

Two other quick points: 1) I am in agreement with you on Kinetics in a large collection. I sold my Kinetic to end the stress. 2) I think this watch works perfectly within your collection because it's a big departure from the other styles you have. I love the diversity this brings. You put this on and probably feel like you can pilot a 747 or Stealth.

Ulysses

Wow, it looks amazing. At first I thought I was looking at one of those good-looking vintage watches; it has that sort of style.

Gary

I really like the styling of the Seiko SBDN001 diver. It reminds me a little of the Sumo SBDC001 diver, but with a silver bezel. Unfortunately, the SBDN001 is rather small, with a diameter of only 39mm. Seiko should make a version with a 42mm or 43mm case.

www.amazon.com/ProspEx-titanium-rotation-prevention-SBDN001

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