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It'll either be a PO or 300m auto. Both beautiful watches.:-!

Does the Seamaster 300m come in different sizes? I think I saw them advertised at 36 or 41mm. I'm interested in the larger size if there's a choice. Thanks.
 

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Yes, there is a mid-size, and large Seamaster 300.

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I started 11 years ago with the SMP 300 Bond model which was pretty much my daily wearer for the better part of that decade and it now has the marks to show it.




Then, for my 39th birthday, my wife got me the 45.5 mm PO.



My advice is to get the SMP first, then the PO but do plan on getting them both.
 

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I know myself, and that's probably where it's headed:)

So I've got my eyes open for a Bond SMP, the larger size.

Do the newer models have Seamaster in red letters?
 

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It'll either be a PO or 300m auto. Both beautiful watches.:-!

Does the Seamaster 300m come in different sizes? I think I saw them advertised at 36 or 41mm. I'm interested in the larger size if there's a choice. Thanks.
1. You cannot go wrong with an Omega
2. Both watches you have narrowed it down to are pearlers
3. Get the SMP!
 
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