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This would be a hard decision for me....

Kris, I had to choose between the X-33 and the GMT. I went with the X-33 for its plethora of functions and its soon to be (if not already) historical mark in space. I like the GMT for its looks, dial, hands, bracelet, nonhelium valve, markers, second timezone feature, everything about it.... The Seamaster JB is also nice, I like the hands on the GMT more. Other than that, the Seamaster Pro IMO, is going to be a benchmark in quality and value. The GMT although in its enfancy stage is going to be like the Pro. Which ever one you choose, they are both great. Try choosing the one you think will suit your needs. For me, I would choose the GMT for functionality/practicality purposes. But then again, I would choose the Pro for its dressier motif to wear any day and anywhere. Louis

: Which one would you go for?

: Thanks

: Kris

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