More pictures please! It looks awesome on that bracelet.Here's mine on a gloomy day.
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Sorry, but did you mean 70000 yen? Just trying to get an idea how much this costs. Thanks!I picked it up at Yodobashi as well, a brand called Mie. It is very well made, cost about 7000 yen. Seems to be a Japanese brand, although I haven't found a whole lot on the web.
Note: the lugs on this are 21mm, but i just squeezed in a 22/20 mm strap. Seems ok so far.
If you are talking about the blue version of the GMT, it certainly does have very similar ribbing:Love that one as well. I wish the blue version had that ribbing as well.
Love that one as well. I wish the blue version had that ribbing as well.
More pictures please! It looks awesome on that bracelet.
Not enough real life pics of this watch, please more pics!! haha
The GMT is a really solid and well made piece. If you manage to get past the psychological barrier of 1k, you may find yourself loving it a lot. It's a bang for buck timepiece.Adore the new blue GMT. But meant the Standard Date with blue ribbing (love the current flat dial as well - all good.) Sadly, I don't see that GMT making its way onto NA shores and the current $1K price tag is hard to swallow.
The GMT is a really solid and well made piece. If you manage to get past the psychological barrier of 1k, you may find yourself loving it a lot. It's a bang for buck timepiece.
I switched out the bracelet for a black leather for suit wearing days.
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I just put mine onto the bracelet, I think I prefer it that way. The springbars sit pretty low in the lugs, leaves a lot of vertical gap (imo), between the top of the strap and the top of the watch (crystal). But that is just me obsessing.
I think it is pretty representative. Depending how you look at it, a lot of the dial can look almost black, with sort of blue highlights (as in my picture above). I like that, as it contrasts much less then with the black chapter ring. BTW, the black one is pretty awesome in person as well, the glossiness of the dial is more obvious and really works well.That blue GMT is glorious. Question: is the photo you attached representative of the shade of blue?
As promised. Totally worth the extra $300 for the Hirsch Viscount blue real alligator strap. It's like original OEM designed for it down to the thickness. I don't desire the Omega Aqua Terra anymore...
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