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Re: pics of the seal

Post by bedlam » December 15th 2014, 9:05pm

Nice looking watch Juan :-)

I found the lugs a bit long in the end...though you have a wider wrist.
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Re: pics of the seal

Post by 3Flushes » December 15th 2014, 10:06pm

iwasbanned wrote:
3Flushes wrote:I like the dial a lot, but overall, it looks kind of bezely.

Yes it is, no doubt. It works for me though. Looks great in my opinion.

Actually, in the second-to-last pic- with the contrast of the bezel to the dial, it recedes together a little bit and the proportions look different- and the looks look different also too- contrasty in a really good way. I initially thought it was the silver version, but it is actually very different from yours- I saw the pics when I went to their site to check out the dimensions, but I still couldn't say for sure about the bezelyness without wearing it in person. Have her back to you by XMAS.
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Re: pics of the seal

Post by TemerityB » December 15th 2014, 11:20pm

I get the impression that one actually plays a little smaller in real time than it does in the photos. I agree with lab - that watch looks rock solid to me. I'm really impressed; I think it's the first wrist shots I've ever seen of a Kobold.
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