C60-42 Trident COSC 600

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C60-42 Trident COSC 600

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As promised....

Some quick shots of the C60-42-Trident COSC-SWKS

I have had for 1 week now and worn it for 5 of the 7 days. Gave it full wind to start and it is -4 for the week.

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Enjoy it Kip, a beautiful piece indeed !
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Great Pics. How long would you say that lume lasts into the night?

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Is the lume blue or green on the COSC version? It looks more bluish in Kip's photos. However, it is definitely green on my non-COSC white version.

I'm just wondering if the lume is another subtle difference between the COSC and non-COSC versions (along with the black second hand, black hour small markers, deeper caseback, slightly different date placement, etc).
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I'd say the lume looks green in the pic to be honest?

Another nice CW for you anyway Kip, and I love he deeper caseback with the chronometer wording.
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It looks great. The outward date doesn't look so bad here...it bothers me in other pictures. How many Tridents all together is this for you, Kip? Also, does this one wear higher due to the deeper caseback?
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Absolutely beautiful watch!

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welshlad wrote:Is the lume blue or green on the COSC version? It looks more bluish in Kip's photos. However, it is definitely green on my non-COSC white version.

I'm just wondering if the lume is another subtle difference between the COSC and non-COSC versions (along with the black second hand, black hour small markers, deeper caseback, slightly different date placement, etc).
Tooks wrote:I'd say the lume looks green in the pic to be honest?

I too would call the lume green, but whatever you call it, it is the same on the COSC and regular pro 600 models.
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Looks great. Thanks for the pics.

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Just A quick update....

Over the past 3 weeks I have worn this watch about 60% of the time. I have not reset the time or wound it since its initial full wind. When not worn it goes in the box dial up.

Checking it last night, I find that it is at -5 since its initial setting. :thumbup:
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Very good to hear this Kip 8)
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Kip that does look tasty also now I've seen these pics the black and white combo is the business :)
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Now 5 weeks in and still not wound since initial winding. The longest time between wearing has been 4 days in a row. Now running at +6 seconds total. :thumbup:
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So the in-house movement seem to surpass the COSC requirement of +6/-4 per 24hrs standards. I'm really impress by it...

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Now 6 weeks in and still not wound. Worn two days this week and it is now at +5 since initial setting and winding.

This watch just continues to impress me!! Talk about your grab and go watch. :thumbup:
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