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I usually stay far away from anything called homage but where you use a classic design and try to stay as true to the original as possible with top class Seiko movements and other parts that are as good or better than the original, it is a very different concept.

It took two years for Jake to get these ready but they were really worth waiting for. I choose very classic and traditional with the original style hands, bezel and crown but could not resist the exceptional blue dial.



Quality case and caseback with the dagaz swirl, fat springbars and drilled lugs. Properly embossed printing and swirl that will not be worn out.



As I keep this on the Nato, no pics of the bracelet but that was seriously high quality with solid end links and screwed links.

- martin
 

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Wonderful. I also have been waiting since the first preorder. Mine will have a similar set up, but I went with the gray dial.

Very nice pics!
 

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I have a silver T2 and I love to wear it. The Typhoons really do feel nice both in the hand and on the wrist.

I was going to wait for a TII with bracelet but am happy with mine on rubber as the soft straight vent (22mm cut to 20mm) is so comfy.
 

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Nice! In my opinion it has enough personality of its own to be a true homage and not just a lookalike.
 
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