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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Bacus View Post


    The lume on this model is ridiculous!

    Sweet shot. Love the way the lumes light up the Rolex on the inner circle
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    Good lord, that thing GLOWS.

    I <3 that watch. It will undoubtedly by my next watch.

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    Solid writeup! I hadn't considered the GMT-IIc (the "daily driver" on my wrist is a 2-tone Yachtmaster), but I might if one gets offered my way at a good price.
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    Very nice watch. Rolex is just a classic watch, never gets old!

    Not feeling the lume, but other than that it really looks good and sounds like the perfect DD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TKDalumni View Post
    Sweet shot. Love the way the lumes light up the Rolex on the inner circle
    That is impressive. Just curious, but is that the result of standard where outdoors and around the house? Or did you give it a helping hand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StreetPreacher View Post
    That is impressive. Just curious, but is that the result of standard where outdoors and around the house? Or did you give it a helping hand?
    I just set it by the window in my office so it could absorb some sunlight, and then set up a tripod, turned off the lights and shut the shades and snapped the shot. I never shot a night shot like this but it looks like a several second exposure due to the travel of the second hand which is blurred.

    It's not like you are going to stop traffic with the thing, but it does glow.
    There is no reset button.

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    That's great for just being set on a window ledge. I find I have to feed my watch some bulb light if I want decent lume overnight. I guess that's due to the fact that it spends most of the day in darkness hidden under my shirt cuff.

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    Jim, very impressive report. Love the watch!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by USAVEONTIME View Post
    my buddy got his PVD'd I will post pics when he gets it back.
    Looking forward to the pics!
    There is no reset button.

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    clean! Great write up!
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