The Halios Seaforth

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The Halios Seaforth

Postby koimaster » August 9th 2017, 3:28pm

Despite my eager and bleary-eyed attendance at both SIHH and Baselworld this past year, the release of the Halios Seaforth has nevertheless become a highlight of my 2017 horological calendar. Halios, a darling of the now-maturing internet micro-brand dive watch scene, launched the Seaforth this past July in a mix-n-match format, offering multiple dials and bezel options to maximize appeal for the widest possible audience. From black dials and black sapphire bezel inserts to pastel blue dials and fixed sterile bezels, the handful of options makes for a wide range of possible Seaforth expressions. For the purposes of this review, I’ll be focusing on this lovely pastel blue Seaforth and its steel 12-hour GMT bezel.


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Re: The Halios Seaforth

Postby foghorn » August 9th 2017, 4:08pm

Except for the dial color I like like the Seaforth, and so forth.
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Re: The Halios Seaforth

Postby biglove » August 9th 2017, 4:14pm

foghorn wrote:Except for the dial color I like like the Seaforth, and so forth.



Actually the dial color is the most appealing feature to me.

That name just sucks. "Seaforth." WTF is that?
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Re: The Halios Seaforth

Postby jaw » August 10th 2017, 2:02am

I like the other options available gilt hands/markers on black or the darker blue dial with fixed plain bezel would be kinda nice. Wish they offered gilt on darker blue.

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