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Don't get me wrong, but I just can't understand why they ruin the design of their SDs with that unfitting power reserve indication.
I should be happy about it, as it for sure prevents me from buying a SD, but what beautiful watches they could be without (or with a nicely integrated one - if they do not want to have it, or they can not do it, symmetrically, at least have the scale following the radius of the dial).

Sorry for that rant - obviously you like your watch and it's a great timepiece. A great photo as well!

Cheers,

Axel
 

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I agree with you to a certain extend. I am not a big fan of the power reserve indicator. But it's not too bad on the MMSD. There are some watches where it is really too much in the way. (GP Seahawk etc.).


Axel66 said:
Don't get me wrong, but I just can't understand why they ruin the design of their SDs with that unfitting power reserve indication.
I should be happy about it, as it for sure prevents me from buying a SD, but what beautiful watches they could be without (or with a nicely integrated one - if they do not want to have it, or they can not do it, symmetrically, at least have the scale following the radius of the dial).

Sorry for that rant - obviously you like your watch and it's a great timepiece. A great photo as well!

Cheers,

Axel
 

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Yes, it comes close. It is not a true diver though, as it doesn't have a dive bezel. The MMSD is one of the very very few true GMT divers out there that has the wrist presence and the accuracy and one of the best movements.


thianwong said:
No argument there..but my Seiko Landtrek comes close IMO....rated 200m, ti, quartz HEQ +-20 secs/year, GMT... :D
 

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seikomatic said:
The reason your's is not showing up properly is because the forum does have a max size for image posting. anything above it gets resized to the max. since yours are a not separate pictures, but a single very large image, the forum is simply resizing it to the max height and keeping the aspect ratio proportional, which is why your picture looks like a bunch of thumbnails. Try breaking it up into individual images and it will post correctly.
 
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