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!
thianwong said:No argument there..but my Seiko Landtrek comes close IMO....rated 200m, ti, quartz HEQ +-20 secs/year, GMT...
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.seikomatic said:not mine