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My Two Cents.


Personally I wouldn't like it on the current Semaster Pro. I like the skeleton hands on it since it kind of sets the watch apart from the kind of watches that I see everyday. I do however like the 150th Anniversary issue of this great watch and I find that the hands are suiting for the style and face color on it.

I have never had a problem seeing my Seamaster Pro in the dark and I like the way the hands glow. After all this watch was made with James Bond in mind so if his watch had the same hands as the 150th Anniversary then he could never do a night mission since his enemy's would see him coming from miles away. Just my two cent's worth, Damon

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