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Old 01-15-2013, 05:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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All 4 models will be available in 40mm and 44mm (XL) sizes. All new luminous technology on these! The dials are 3D. I am working on a drawing to demonstrate the technology but rest assured, its amazing! The cases are solid Cobalt Chromium material. The actual scratch resistance is similar to tungsten carbide but the strength of the material is much greater. Weight is slightly heavier than stainless steel and it has the appearance of platinum. Its a very bright metal. All will be 9015 automatic powered. All will have standard sapphire casebacks and will include a high quality leather and rubber strap. Pre-order will open for all new models later this month.

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Old 01-15-2013, 05:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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dang those are BEAUTIFUL! Love the font you're using on the dial on these and 3D dials to boot....WINNER!
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Old 01-15-2013, 06:19 PM   #3 (permalink)
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These and the new case material are very interesting.
Looking forward to these.
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Old 01-15-2013, 06:22 PM   #4 (permalink)
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The Vintage is awesome.
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Old 01-15-2013, 06:44 PM   #5 (permalink)
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The Vintage is awesome.
Vintage or black and white?
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Stunning!!
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finally some 40mm lumtec!!! GO SF Giants!:l :l:l


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Really like #2 and #3. Time to save some more money!
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I must say that this one has caught my eye. I'm interested in how the Cobalt Chromium will perform on the wrist!
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2 & 3 very nice.
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Does this mean Lum-Tec will be offering 40mm size in this type of case? Would love to see a bronze.
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I'm stoked they will have auto movement. My favorite is the last one pictured. What's the suggested price? I didn't know Lumtec was so close to home.
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Very interesting.....40mm.....great size!

Question though.....what is a 3D dial?
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Very interesting.....40mm.....great size!

Question though.....what is a 3D dial?
Iobviouslydon'tknow for sure, but I am guessing instead of being just a straight sandwich dial, that the numbers and the markers areactuallyraised, or jumping off the dial if you will.If that makes any sense, which Idon'tthink it does. LOL

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very niceeee zazkar36!

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Very interesting.....40mm.....great size!

Question though.....what is a 3D dial?
I¬*obviously¬*don't¬*know for sure, but I am guessing instead of being just a straight sandwich dial, that the numbers and the markers are¬*actually¬*raised, or jumping off the dial if you will.¬*If that makes any sense, which I¬*don't¬*think it does. LOL


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Very interesting.....40mm.....great size!

Question though.....what is a 3D dial?
Iobviouslydon'tknow for sure, but I am guessing instead of being just a straight sandwich dial, that the numbers and the markers areactuallyraised, or jumping off the dial if you will.If that makes any sense, which Idon'tthink it does. LOL


Ok...that's even cooler than I thought it was. SAWEEEEEEEEET :c

The lume on that thing has got to be "burn your eyes out" bright. I can't wait to see some real world lume shots of the prototypes.
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That is pretty much what I was thinking.
That is very cool.
I agree, cant wait to see real world lume shots.

Awesome stuff coming out of lum-tec this year.
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Very cool stuff and the watch looks awesome. 40mm would be perfect for this design.
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