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Bummer about the thinly applied lume. In today's market with most boutique watches with nuclear lume like Armida, Helson, and Halios, it is a shame to see a company try to save $$ and skimp on lume application, especially for a 1000m diver. And no lumed bezel? Sorry guys, the the bar of boutique divers has been raised.....
 

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Bummer about the thinly applied lume. In today's market with most boutique watches with nuclear lume like Armida, Helson, and Halios, it is a shame to see a company try to save $$ and skimp on lume application, especially for a 1000m diver. And no lumed bezel? Sorry guys, the the bar of boutique divers has been raised.....
I don't think the lume is great, but crappy lume is rarely a deal breaker for me.

I like this watch but it's far too big for the small wristed like me.
 

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Bummer about the thinly applied lume. In today's market with most boutique watches with nuclear lume like Armida, Helson, and Halios, it is a shame to see a company try to save $$ and skimp on lume application, especially for a 1000m diver. And no lumed bezel? Sorry guys, the the bar of boutique divers has been raised.....
It has to be sufficiently lumed...but the emphasis on more and more and more seems to have gone a bit too far. I for one have no interest in the bezel being lumed - as long as it has a lumed pip.

I agree with you in general terms though. There is no reason for poor lume on the dial indices and the hands. My DWatch Stingray is a 1000m diver that also has quite thin indices and the lume on that watch is better.
 
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