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Old 01-04-2018, 03:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Dive hands with white lume.

I fixed my SRP733K1 rally diver.

I went from this:

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While the new hands are far more proportionate to the dial, they are green, and don't match the LumiBrite on the dial.

Where can I find some hands that will better match the dial?
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I would think if you want that style of hand, just straight as you show in the second photo, you might try the Sbdc027 LE Sumo hands.

I've purchased a couple sets of these from time to time here on the sales forum.

They're not the least expensive handset, but they are similar to the hands used on the marinemaster 300 {8L35 auto}, and are a bit slimmer.

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Why not just re-lume them with white lume?
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Why not just re-lume them with white lume?
Yes, I may have to do that, but I'd rather find a pair that are an exact color match with the dial.

The hands themselves are beautiful. I bought them here: https://www.thewatchsite.com/8-seiko-...ern-62mas.html

If I were restoring a greenish vintage piece, these would be ideal. The newer lume is white though.
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