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Blue is the new black. Especially with these liquidmetal dials. Mine looks grey/black in low light and then navy blue outside. I like white dials too but sometimes, the hands just blend in ...dark dials always fare well with polished hands for legibility. Another reason why real divers always have black dials so it's more legible in low light/underwater.
I have always preferred blue watches. I have only owned one truly black watch and it was gone a couple months later.
 
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I believe the blue does have blue hands. Just hard to see in that particular video. Google Tokyo Seamaster and it shows blue hands.
Yes, the blued hands are what put it on top for me.
 

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BOTH

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They are both stunning, but I'd go with the black bezel.
 

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Agreed that both are beautiful, but the black bezel edges out the blue one due to the red-tipped seconds hand, and lack of Olympic decal obstructing the view to the movement.
 
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