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Just received this sterile version of Marine Master Tuna Homage.
Got to say I'm very impressed by the quality.
Sapphire glass, NH35 automatic movement.
The crown and bezel operation on this watch is very smooth.
And for only $150 USD.
The only criticism I would have would be the sharp corners on the shroud, pretty minimal though.
It's certainly a lot of watch for the money.
 

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Just received this sterile version of Marine Master Tuna Homage.
Got to say I'm very impressed by the quality.
Sapphire glass, NH35 automatic movement.
The crown and bezel operation on this watch is very smooth.
And for only $150 USD.
The only criticism I would have would be the sharp corners on the shroud, pretty minimal though.
It's certainly a lot of watch for the money.
As homage watches go, I like that. very simple, not sterile. Looks nice.
 

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Just received this sterile version of Marine Master Tuna Homage.
Got to say I'm very impressed by the quality.
Sapphire glass, NH35 automatic movement.
The crown and bezel operation on this watch is very smooth.
And for only $150 USD.
The only criticism I would have would be the sharp corners on the shroud, pretty minimal
though.
It's certainly a lot of watch for the money.
As homage watches go, I like that. very simple, not sterile. Looks nice.
Thanks, I think they are remarkable value for $150 USD.
 

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Thanks,
I have thought about this.
How should I do this, with what tools.
All you need is a piece of wooden chopstick and a strip of 800-grit sandpaper.

Best if you could remove the allen screws to separate the shroud from the case.

If not, you could just cover with Scotch tape all areas you don't want to be affected, then sand-down gently the sharp edges of the shroud with a strip of sandpaper attached to the wedge-tip of the chopstick. I prefer to use one-way 'brushing' strokes to do this. Just take your time...you want that sandpaper to touch only those sharp edges of the shroud!

Good luck!
 

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Thanks,
I have thought about this.
How should I do this, with what tools.
All you need is a piece of wooden chopstick and a strip of 800-grit sandpaper.

Best if you could remove the allen screws to separate the shroud from the case.


If not, you could just cover with Scotch tape all areas you don't want to be affected, then sand-down gently the sharp edges of the shroud with a strip of sandpaper attached to the wedge-tip of the chopstick. I prefer to use one-way 'brushing' strokes to do this. Just take your time...you want that sandpaper to touch only those sharp edges of the shroud!

Good luck!
Awesome, I'll give it a try.
Thankyou.
 
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