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 Posted: Mon Jun 15th, 2009 09:42 pm
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 Posted: Mon Jun 15th, 2009 10:12 pm
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I agree with Tony --- Anders, the Aqualuna is built on a fantastic case, bracelet, and BEZEL that really is outstanding.  There are some of us though who prefer something a bit more classic / conventional. Try simplifying by removing the orange part of the chapter ring, use white hands, brite blue second hand.

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A variant of this classic IMHO..................

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Nabco wrote: My 2 cents...

I'm with Elemental....the unique dial is what I liked about it in the first place....the dial is what makes it the AquaLuna "lunatic"!!

IMHO with a different dial it would no longer be an AquaLuna.

I would also agree with Oscar in that the hands could be modified, wore mine to play golf yesterday and in the sunlight it can be hard to see.

Also agree with Oscar, the lume on mine is incredible.


I hear ya' but I cannot deal with the original dial. May be we could have an Aqualuna for old squares...

Does it have to remain the Aqualuna? I love the case, bezel etc but can't wrap my head around the current dial. I'm liking the more conventional dials featured here.... Perhaps it is an all new model.Thumbsup3.gif

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Oh I like that #5 even better. ;)

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Paxman wrote: Nabco wrote: My 2 cents...

I'm with Elemental....the unique dial is what I liked about it in the first place....the dial is what makes it the AquaLuna "lunatic"!!

IMHO with a different dial it would no longer be an AquaLuna.

I would also agree with Oscar in that the hands could be modified, wore mine to play golf yesterday and in the sunlight it can be hard to see.

Also agree with Oscar, the lume on mine is incredible.


I hear ya' but I cannot deal with the original dial. May be we could have an Aqualuna for old squares...

Does it have to remain the Aqualuna? I love the case, bezel etc but can't wrap my head around the current dial. I'm liking the more conventional dials featured here.... Perhaps it is an all new model.Thumbsup3.gif

That's what I'm thinking Pax....a whole new model woohoo.gif

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Skipdawg wrote: Oh I like that #5 even better. ;)
yes #5 is unique cool10.gif

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Im liking #5. Keep it coming Eric.

The current AquaLuna will still be ongoing. Just thought Ill like another conventional dial so everyone can enjoy the superb built case.


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anders213 wrote: Im liking #5. Keep it coming Eric.

The current AquaLuna will still be ongoing. Just thought Ill like another conventional dial so everyone can enjoy the superb built case.




Ditto on dial #5!!

 

And Anders you must have been reading my mind!!;)

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I agree,  I really like 2,3, but #1 is really cool, it retains some of the origional dial by keeping the numerals..   The large , heavy triangles at 12 & 6, are a real nice accent

 

very nice graphic work...ThumbsUp02.gif

 

edit: The added #5 Oh yeah!!! really tweaked with this one..outstanding dial, yahoo.gif

Last edited on Tue Jun 16th, 2009 01:21 am by joecb

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here's a bit of a sideview of the Aqualuna which has one of the nicest cases I have seen....double o-ring caseback,knurled bezel and crown  and top grade eta....it's definetly a ground up design! ...I could imagine dial #5 in this awesome case!yahoo.gif

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 Posted: Tue Jun 16th, 2009 02:07 am
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oagaspar wrote: here's a bit of a sideview of the Aqualuna which has one of the nicest cases I have seen....double o-ring caseback,knurled bezel and crown  and top grade eta....it's definetly a ground up design! ...I could imagine dial #5 in this awesome case!yahoo.gif
I am really impressed with that bezel...very tall how many milimeters in height is it.

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 Posted: Tue Jun 16th, 2009 08:43 am
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Here's #6 and #7!

#6 is a variation on #5.
#7 is something a bit more minimalist. I was playing with the "D" shape...




:cool: Eric

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