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Old 05-17-2019, 02:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default New Glashutte Original SeaQ watches

Has anyone had time to catch the news of Glashutte Original's SeaQ
watches?

The new Spezialist collection reminds you of the Spezimatic, and is
made up of three models in the 39.5mm SeaQ, the 43.2mm SeaQ
Panorama Date, and then SeaQ 1969 Limited Edition. With just some
of the other details including unidirectional ceramic bezels, black, or
blue galvianized dials, painted, or applied luminous markers, and
numbers, 200-300 meter water resistance, calibre 39-11, or 36-13
automatic movements, and nice nylon, or rubber strap, or bracelet
options.

Some pictures for you...















Monochrome, and Glashutte Original with more everyone...

https://monochrome-watches.com/glash...ion-live-pics/

https://www.glashuette-original.com/homepage
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Wow, very nice looking watches. I particularly like the last two photos!
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Tom, clear you desk, hand in your entry pass and leave the building Wow, just wow! The first picture encompasses all what I like and want for a vintage dive watch. The essence, like the Seiko 62MAS and a few others. The price however is blood curdling and will turn this watch into an instant pipe dream Or bloody nightmare
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There's a surge of re-editions, let me hijack this thread a wee bit wit this one, the Blancpain Air Command:


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Tom, clear you desk, hand in your entry pass and leave the building Wow, just wow! The first picture encompasses all what I like and want for a vintage dive watch. The essence, like the Seiko 62MAS and a few others. The price however is blood curdling and will turn this watch into an instant pipe dream Or bloody nightmare
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There's a surge of re-editions, let me hijack this thread a wee bit wit this one, the Blancpain Air Command:


Liking these to guys !! ..Well, everything but the price like you said
Frans. It's the same thing for the Air Command. ..So impressive, and
well done, but not that well done right?!

I think that's why we always gravitate toward brands like Seiko, or
the brands that give you a lot for not too much. ..Even finding a
less known vintage watch with a similar style is a great thing, or
idea.

While these above are just meant to stare at at the end of the
day for most of us !

Which isn't so bad I guess.

Thanks a ton guys, and thanks a lot for the pic of the Air Command
too Frans !
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Simply beautiful, the only thing I would change would be the Tropic strap I think it would look better on Sailcloth.

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Lovely and their build quality and reputation is beyond reproach. SeaQ looks the business on the bracelet - being picky, just not crazy about too many numerals on the dial.
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What beeautiful watches!!!!

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