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 Posted: Mon Jan 11th, 2010 11:49 pm
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Hey guys (and gals),

Contemplating a possible mod project and considering the Aqualuna cause the case and overall look seems cool and very toolish.

Anyhow, can anyone please tell me the dial diameter as Im researching potential aftermarket dial options.

Note: Wish Anders would come out with a tritium option for this watch! Hint Hint Hint!!!

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 Posted: Tue Jan 12th, 2010 02:42 am
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bigrustypig wrote: I have 2 Aqua Lunas. The dial diameter is exactly 44mm. Height is 18mm and lug width is 24mm.

The AL is among my top 5 favorite cases with it's ding-concealing knurling and burger-thick height. The only drawback I have, and this I've discussed with Anders previously, is that I find the 44mm case smalltoon1.gif. If only it were 48mm, this would be the perfect one.

Thank you for your response...Alhtough, by dial diameter, I meant will any of the MKII aftermarket dials fit as a dial replacement. I think the watch width is 44mm-Maybe I'm wrong!

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I have 2 Aqua Lunas. The dial diameter is exactly 44mm. Height is 18mm and lug width is 24mm.

The AL is among my top 5 favorite cases with it's ding-concealing knurling and burger-thick height. The only drawback I have, and this I've discussed with Anders previously, is that I find the 44mm case smalltoon1.gif. If only it were 48mm, this would be the perfect one.

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 Posted: Tue Jan 12th, 2010 01:27 pm
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prince of time wrote: bigrustypig wrote: I have 2 Aqua Lunas. The dial diameter is exactly 44mm. Height is 18mm and lug width is 24mm.

The AL is among my top 5 favorite cases with it's ding-concealing knurling and burger-thick height. The only drawback I have, and this I've discussed with Anders previously, is that I find the 44mm case smalltoon1.gif. If only it were 48mm, this would be the perfect one.

Thank you for your response...Alhtough, by dial diameter, I meant will any of the MKII aftermarket dials fit as a dial replacement. I think the watch width is 44mm-Maybe I'm wrong!

Ooopppssss! Me bad! Mea culpa. Dial diameter is exactly 31mm.  If your replacement dial has a rather rectangular date window, it may fit. If your replacement is squarish, maybe you won't have a perfect date exhibition. ;)

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