er.....a tunacanIsthmus said:which specific model are you asking about? an actual Tuna can, or one of the other shrouded divers? Most of them are quartz powered and they come in both vintage and modern.
which specific one are you asking about.
Ok, are you looking for a vintage 7549-7010; a modern (but discontinued) SBBN007; or the current SBBN015/SBBN017/SBBN019 (that last one being a limited edition).mrteatime said:er.....a tunacan
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yep....thats the one GabeIsthmus said:Ok, are you looking for a vintage 7549-7010; a modern (but discontinued) SBBN007; or the current SBBN015/SBBN017/SBBN019 (that last one being a limited edition).
I suspect you might be asking about the SBBN007.
The SBBN015 sports hands with a brushed finish, whereas the SBBN007's hands have a polished finish. Also, as Isthmus pointed out, the dials are slightly different. Can you tell me the movement-case number for the SBBN015? It's 7C46-7011 for the SBBN007.Jan-10 said:Buy a sbbn017 from Seiya for 7 or 8 bills. Or he sells sbbn015 which has MM clasp on the bracelet and a black bezel insert for 1100 bills. I got a headache looking for sbbn007. They're rare at 500, but common at 850 and above. I paid 748 shipped from Seiya for my sbbn017 and the only difference is it says marinemaster and has a signed crown.
Go for the SBBN013 - I promise you, you won't regret it! O0 1000m to boot....Jan-10 said:Seiya and Higuchi only specify 7c46 for sbbn015.
Actually I bought sbbn017 and it sort of killed my aspirations for sbbn007 because its sooo similiar, but now I realize its killing my aspirations for sbbn015 as well.
Actually I want sbbn015 badly. Currently trying to work out if 015 is needed since I have 017. Being repetative here, but 017 is locking me out of 007 and 015...