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When does the Seamaster dial change?

I dragged my poor, long suffering wife over to the Westside Pavillion in Los Angeles and made her look at Seamasters, having spent many hours describing why this was the watch for me. She hated the GMT; so, that's out. We also looked at a titanium Seamaster; she liked the lighter blue face, but didn't like the stainless steel bezel. Like me, she loved the stainless steel Seamaster with its dotted face and skeleton hands. I think this is the way I am going to go, but I wanted to check in here first. Are the 2000 Seamasters going to have the lighter blue face, with the solid hands and blockier luminescent markings? If so, when is this new style going to be available?


Adam Rodman

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