I see them sporadically in the USD $6K range. I think they're awesome but for me the original will always be 'the one'.How's the liquid metal LE pricing compared to the non LE with the same movement ? Do they still command a premium seeing that only 1948 were made?
Yes, you're both correct. ceramic dial, ceramic bezel, applied numbers, red 'Seamaster' writing, and despite it being called the Liquid Metal, the only part of it that is, is the numbers in the bezel. Aside from that... case, movement, bracelet is the same. I miss it when I see great pictures of it on here. But, when it was on my wrist it didn't look as good as the pictures do. I now wear the 2500 probably more than the 8500, and sometimes miss my LM, but not that much.The BGW9 all-blue lume?
PO LM LE is holding its price well. I have this the classic 2500 and an 8500 TI I converted to black. Problem for me is since making the PO 8500 the LE is getting less wrist time these days.How's the liquid metal LE pricing compared to the non LE with the same movement ? Do they still command a premium seeing that only 1948 were made?
You mean like this.....
Rocking the OG today with some bold shorts! I sadly also just traded my 2500D 42mm for a watchco seamaster because I was getting tired of having two of almost the same watch. Hopefully the new piece can bring a little variety! I'm thinking of making my collection a seamaster lineage theme... maybe pick up a 2254.50 to go with my watchco and my remaining planet ocean... cool idea?
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Anytime my wife raises an eyebrow because of my 'obsession' with divers (all looking the same in her eyes), I'll show her these pics and assure her it could be worse...hahahahaYou mean like this.....
Or like this
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