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I looked at all models, and this is the one that surfaced.... :LOL:

 
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馃榾Too funny Chaz, and Rob !! What will be really fun too Chaz, is you can
wear your newest pick-up whenever you are able to go see No Time To Die ! 馃槑
Or when it streams. I mean how many people will actually even have a
watch like this on while their seeing the new movie?! Not too many. (y)(y)

So so cool really !!!
 

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馃榾Too funny Chaz, and Rob !! What will be really fun too Chaz, is you can
wear your newest pick-up whenever you are able to go see No Time To Die ! 馃槑
Or when it streams. I mean how many people will actually even have a
watch like this on while their seeing the new movie?! Not too many. (y)(y)

So so cool really !!!
Too be quite honest with you, believe it or not, I have never seen anyone sporting a Seamaster 300 out in the wild, no matter what model???

I have seen lots of Subs, Breitlings, Planet Oceans, Panerai, IWC Aquatimer, and Blancpain 50 Fathoms but never saw one SMP. Most of these others I have seen on guys wrists at gaming tables in Vegas.
 

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Too be quite honest with you, believe it or not, I have never seen anyone sporting a Seamaster 300 out in the wild, no matter what model???

I have seen lots of Subs, Breitlings, Planet Oceans, Panerai, IWC Aquatimer, and Blancpain 50 Fathoms but never saw one SMP. Most of these others I have seen on guys wrists at gaming tables in Vegas.
馃檪Totally believe it Chaz, and can't say I have seen it either. Or many
of the watches we see here on the forum, or other forums. It's actually
really interesting, or intriguing. 馃懡馃榾 Have seen a lot of Rolexes, and
Breitlings, along with Panerai, and TAG Heuer models though like you
are saying sir.

Am going to start looking, or searching more now. Thanks !!! (y)
 

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That the great God Omega believed it was the optimum setting for the most accuracy. And it would help out old guys cause they would only have to wind it every 55 hours.;)

The ETA Powermatic 80 hour has an even slower beat rate than the Omega
 

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I know, I hate that movement. Why detuned a great movement just to get more run time. That's Swatch for you.
The Powermatic runs at 21,000 something the best rate of a Seiko 4R36.
 

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21,600vph to be exact. IMO, If it don't run 28,800 it isn't worth it.
Bullshit, if it's super accurate and has a longer power reserve, what's the difference?
 
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