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Old 10-04-2019, 03:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Nodus Watch's Duality

Did anyone by chance catch Nodus's new Duality?

This new dual crown diver will have a 40mm stainless steel case, 300
meter water resistance, sapphire crystal, dual knurled crowns, inner
rotating bezel, dials in Unity White, and Chasm Black with luminous
hands, markers, and numbers, Miyota 9015, and H-link stainless steel
bracelet.

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W&W, Two Broke Watch Snobs, and Nodus with much more info...

https://wornandwound.com/introducing...l-crown-diver/

https://twobrokewatchsnobs.com/nodus...wn-300m-diver/

https://www.noduswatches.com/
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I really like the white sandwich dial with the 60 minute bezel here. BGW9 lume is a plus. But its green. I really love the blue and think it would look better here. At first I didn't care much for 6 o'clock dates. But as time moves on, they've been growing on me as of late. Love the internal bezel and the lumed crowns. Drilled lugs and a mostly brushed finish on the case and bracelet will keep fingerprints to a minimum. Sapphire crystal and a nice handset are always welcome items. Overall, IMO there is not a whole lot here not to like. Except... Microbrands that crave a thin case seem to all fall in line for the Miyota 9015. Not a fan. Especially at $6/700.00. Another case of a great watch with a bad heart. Too bad, because otherwise it's a really nice piece.
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I like it, and I can appreciate the thinner case, but at $600-$700 I would expect a sellita or other ETA movement as the thinner movement and not a miyota.

i would consider one of these on the used market at $500 or less

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Can see what you guys mean about the movement. ..For the price can
understand that a lot of people might be looking for a different movement
option. Not that the 9015 isn't probably great, but still see what you are
saying. ..As usual honestly am mesmerized by the design of this one
guys, and the neat balance between past, present, and maybe even
future with details like those cool looking lumed crowns !!
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