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The 300 MC ownership here (and on other forums) is growing and it's time we had a thread to share information, insights, reviews, photos, and accessory suggestions; i.e., straps, etc.

If you are blessed with a 300 MC, please make yourself at home, subscribe, and contribute to this thread. (Others are welcome to drool but try to keep your keyboards dry. :))

 

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With all the threads popping up I seriously doubt will be contained :)
You may be correct but I'm having difficulty keeping up with all the different threads. Just trying to consolidate.

I'm not great at watch photography so throw all your photos over here. Can't have too many photos of this beauty.
 

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I am a little disgusted with the 300MC to be honest. I spent most of the day wearing another watch, doing my best to ignore the SM300MC today. Well I just gave up and put it back on the wrist and it just felt right.
Is it possible this one will ruin my flipping hobby?
 

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I am a little disgusted with the 300MC to be honest. I spent most of the day wearing another watch, doing my best to ignore the SM300MC today. Well I just gave up and put it back on the wrist and it just felt right.
Is it possible this one will ruin my flipping hobby?
I feel your pain.

Many a day, I have left the house wearing something else only to come home at lunch to retrieve the SM300MC.
 

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Hi All,

I am happy to join the group. Mine is still in Seattle at the Service Center but I am hopeful I will have it back within a couple of weeks. To quote a Tom Petty Lyric "The Waiting is the Hardest Part", especially when your Seamaster 300 is off your wrist. Stephen- Here are some of my shots:


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I'm not much for taking pictures, but I sure enjoy looking at everyone's photos. I've had mine for exactly a week and it remains dead on accurate. It really is a very subtle watch in many ways that is also amazing to look at. I choose to have the center links brushed and am very glad that I did. Polished or brushed, it's a great watch.

Mark

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Great pictures, guys, and thanks to the OP for starting this thread!
 

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I'll join in on the fun too! I've had mine since November. I preordered it during Basel last year and it arrived one day before my 30th birthday. Perfect timing!!!
I've already posted some of these pictures too many times probably, but here's one again:



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I choose to have the center links brushed and am very glad that I did.
Btw: those who had the PCLs brushed, where did you get that done? Does the AD do that, or even the Omega service center? I'm not a huge bracelet fan anyway, but the 300mc's with the quick adjust clasp is awesome. Just can't get over those PCLs myself.

I asked three watchmakers here and all of them said they wouldn't work on bracelets. The AD said they're not allowed to modify original parts.
 

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You guys are gonna make me buy one, even though it will sit on a winder or in the safe most of the time, while I wear my Ti PO 8500 LM or Rolex GMT II BLNR, etc...

I almost pulled the trigger two weeks ago, and my son talked some sense into me.
 
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