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Thread: Denim Blue Railmaster

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    Craftsman
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    Denim Blue Railmaster

    Any owners on here who would like to share pictures and thoughts on the watch?
    Tried one on today with the oyster bracelet.
    Fantastic watch.
    Preferred it to the older style.


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    Googled this...


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    Master
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    Tried one a while back and have to say I was impressed, the dial sand red second hand do seem to lift this version

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    I was underwhelmed


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    Pictures donít really do the watch any justice. They are so much better in person.

    My picture is a very poor one.

    The AR on theses is just superb. Even under the harsh spot lights in the dealer, especially the Denim Blue, the legibility was outstanding from any angle with almost zero reflections.

    I think the Denim Blue is also a limited edition?




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    As far as I know the denim blue is not a limited edition...it was released rather quietly by Omega though, without any fanfare or much information.

    I think the denim blue on steel bracelet looks great!

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    If I were thinking of spending that sort of money, I'd go with something more traditional unless I were absolutely certain.

    The denim dial looks nice enough but, with all such slightly more gimmicky designs (yes, I know it has precedent), there's a higher risk that you tire of them after a while.

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