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Here is a my almost new PSR 10 , not too long ago I got the watch new on Ebay , however once I got the PSR 10 I saw tarnish hands , it really bother me, so I sent it to MCWW , also Jake did a fantastic job with the watch , he answer every mail and he is very knowledge . He replace the tarnish hands and he put a steel blue seconds hand like I ask , to make it look like a Grand Seiko , because it was to plain , it need it some color , here is the result :

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also I am thinking of installing the same blue hand on the Longines VHP , what do you guys think ?
 

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Tidy watch!
Nice and simple.

How the gold colored hands in the Seiko improve legibility!
If you're an old geezer and worry about those things of course.
 

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Well done, who is MCWW ?

I'd keep the Longines as it is especially since you already have a watch with a blue seconds hand. Which reminds me I need to wear my Seiko SD GMT with its "gliding" blue seconds hand ;-)
 

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Well done, who is MCWW ?

I'd keep the Longines as it is especially since you already have a watch with a blue seconds hand. Which reminds me I need to wear my Seiko SD GMT with its "gliding" blue seconds hand ;-)

the problem that the seconds hands for the longines is not working for me , i think the dimension don't make sense
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Your Pulsar truned into a beautiful piece with that lovely blue second hand, my friend, indeed.

Ever since, I love thoese blue second hands a lot. I think blue second hand will be a very good choice on your Longines. Or, a red paint at the tip of the hand?

Wear them in the best of health . . .

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It's a handsome watch overall, but that blue seconds hand really does something for the watch!
 
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