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  • sladew
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    Nope, not yet. I think that the metal bracelet is growing on me. I've got a spare brown strap but I've started to appreciate the worn, anodized gold colour, particularly where it's rubbing away on the back of the clasp and bracelet.

  • Don
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    Did you ever end up fitting this with leather straps, Slade?

  • Don
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    Another great shot, Leroy. Like how the bezel insert at the 20 minute mark looks Coke, and toward to top, near the lume pip, looks Pepsi.

  • LeroyC
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    How good are these things?

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  • Artemis12
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    Casio md-703 in white for tonight have a fantastic and safe weekend everyone Click image for larger version

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  • Kronos
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    Wonderful pics, deerworrier! And yes, Harlan. A jump track would be awesome! ;-)

  • Kronos
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    Thanks, Harlan! :-)

  • Kronos
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    Nice one, Don. And thanks for the description. This is going in the reference links :-)

  • Don
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    Harlan, you can see a photo of the Seiko PXD433 (Cal. 7N32) here... https://military-watches.net/pulsar-%2F-citizen ...Why so little info on PXD433? I'm not sure, but could be due to:
    1) The MoD's reply to the Freedom of Information Request stated the "Supplier" as Seiko, but the contract is fulfilled by Seiko's Pulsar division, and thus are branded Pulsar.
    2) The PXD433 has no equatable civilian version, unlike the MoD's dive watches that are off-the-shelf Citizen Promaster Eco-Drives whose model numbers, as provided by the MoD, are the same as the retail versions.
    3) Relative lack of interest among modern watch enthusiasts for quartz-based Japanese non-luxury brands issued by the MoD, e.g. nobody raves over the current British Royal Navy divers--Citizen BN0150-28E and BN0190-07E.

  • harlansmart
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    Classic + cool = Win

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  • lepo76
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    yes for me it's either this oyster bracelet or the grey zulu, just depends on my mood. Btw the picture quality is pretty bad... didn't realized when I was looking at it on my phone

  • lepo76
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    you are right! you have the newest version with the automatic movement

  • harlansmart
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    Noobie Query: Why is there so little info on PXD433 ?

    PS: Thanks for another typically learned post Sir.

  • harlansmart
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    Complications displayed include:

    1. Constant seconds
    2. Day
    3. Date
    4. Month
    5. Year
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