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I’ve got two slots open in the watch box. While I wait to find a Timex reverse panda weekender chrono, I started looking around for something different than what I’ve collected thus far. The white Beekman looks great in photos. Can anyone that actually has one comment on it? It seems I like watches that aren’t readily available. I have found the black one, but no dice on the white one. BTW- is the dial an aged off whitish color?

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I’ve got two slots open in the watch box. While I wait to find a Timex reverse panda weekender chrono, I started looking around for something different than what I’ve collected thus far. The white Beekman looks great in photos. Can anyone that actually has one comment on it? It seems I like watches that aren’t readily available. I have found the black one, but no dice on the white one. BTW- is the dial an aged off whitish color?

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I have the black one and passed on buying the white at the same time.....I regret this. It's been on the back burner since. I will probably get the original watch that inspired it tho.
 

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The "white" is an off-white, yes, really more of a cream. I have it; it was designed for looks, as the tachymeter scale is all but useless. The looks are certainly nice, but there's one aethetic problem: the highly domed crystal is mineral glass, and it scuffs and scratches easily. If they'd gone with acrylic you could use Polywatch but since they didn't the scratches can't be polished out. I've put mine in the back drawer because of that.
 

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The "white" is an off-white, yes, really more of a cream. I have it; it was designed for looks, as the tachymeter scale is all but useless. The looks are certainly nice, but there's one aethetic problem: the highly domed crystal is mineral glass, and it scuffs and scratches easily. If they'd gone with acrylic you could use Polywatch but since they didn't the scratches can't be polished out. I've put mine in the back drawer because of that.
Care to sell it?
 
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