Its what we've all been waiting for . . . .. .

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Squalus wrote: Thu Oct 08, 2020 9:12 pm Are there any lume pictures yet?
I haven't seen an official photo with lume yet, but the promotional video has a few frames showing the lume, about 24 seconds in. Here's a quick screen shot...

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Height issue aside for a moment.... it's hard to not like it.
The unmistakable Trident characteristics, the light catcher case, the symmetry of the dial, the judicious use of colour accent..
A good offering IMHO..
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Lochinvar wrote: Thu Oct 08, 2020 11:32 am There is nothing remarkable about this watch, just another generic offing in a market already overpopulated with chronograph style watches from any number of watchmakers. I think it would be better proportioned in a 43mm case as there is a lot of detail on this dial which seems to me a tad cluttered. Perhaps a different dial coloured variant would be more aesthetically pleasing to the eye 🤔😊😉.
Well, this saved me some writing time! I agree 100% with what you have written. A perfectly fine offering that doesn't shout out from the crowd.
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Laird wrote:
nbg wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 5:20 pm
It looks good. Whilst I don’t mind a 30 minute counter on a more dress style Chronograph, I have always viewed a full 12 hour counter as far more useful on a tool watch Chronograph such as this.

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Agreed - but pleased that the previous Micky-Mouse 'small seconds' aka 'Breather' has been abandoned !
Lol I quite liked the previous "breather"! At least it set the watch apart from others.

I think you had to view it as a stylised indicator that the watch was running, rather than anything else. Getting the lume charged up on it was a bit tough, mind....

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willttqs wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 6:14 pm I like where the brand name is positioned !
:lol: I'm not sure it could have been anywhere else :lol:
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This is the first CW I've really liked in ages. Shame about the height (and cost) but nice to see summat else instead of yet another military collection.

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The dial is stunning and the watch looks fantastic but 17.2 mmm Is a bit crazy for thickness.
I don’t even see the necessity for that thickness
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richtel wrote: Sat Oct 10, 2020 6:04 pm
willttqs wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 6:14 pm I like where the brand name is positioned !
:lol: I'm not sure it could have been anywhere else :lol:
I had wondered if they were considering a 12 & 6 bicompax with the logo at 9! Perhaps for the C65s...
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Toph wrote: Sun Oct 11, 2020 1:06 pm The dial is stunning and the watch looks fantastic but 17.2 mmm Is a bit crazy for thickness.
I don’t even see the necessity for that thickness
Is it due to the 600m WR maybe?
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