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domecurb
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HEXA F74

on Thu May 03 2018, 17:45
HEXA F74


Diameter - 42MM
Height - 13.5MM
Lug Width - 22MM
Case
316L Surgical Grade Stainless Steel
Screw Down Signed Crown
300M Depth Rating
Stainless Steel 3 Link bracelet
Ratcheting Diver Clasp
Sapphire Crystal with Anti-Reflective Coating Inside
Slight Dome Shape
BGW9 Superluminova
Sunray Dial FInish
Applied Markers
120 Click unidirectional bezel
Matte Ceramic Bezel Insert - Fully Lumed
Luminous Triangle
Miyota 9015 Automatic Movement

I bought this purely because of its links with the "Watch u seek " watch forum, i figured that a watch made for watch fans/ collectors with their input had to have something going for it especially as it cost over 500 dollars when new in 2015 Shocked
as you can see from the above list its a high spec watch and in the hand is a lot better than expected, but then with the buyers input it had to be a bit special IMO
the fit and finish is excellent and the dial is stunning with the grey sunburst effect, the crown screws down nice and smoothly with a very long reassuring thread.
i haven't really heard of Hexa before this, but will be keeping an eye out for other models.
this one is 43 of 100 so not one you are likely to see a lot of which is a bonus
here's some pics:












this a keeper Wink

http://w.hexawatches.com/f74/index.html


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Re: HEXA F74

on Thu May 03 2018, 20:49
Wow that lume is amazing , you cant beat a bit of blue lume
Great looking watch I can see why you bought it not just its looks but the history behind its creation.
One little interesting point I just had to mention is the date at 6 oclock I like the position.

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Re: HEXA F74

on Thu May 03 2018, 21:34
@SeikoJohn wrote:Wow that lume is amazing , you cant beat a bit of blue lume
Great looking watch I can see why you bought it not just its looks but the history behind its creation.
One little interesting point I just had to mention is the date at 6 oclock I like the position.

i must admit, there is not one thing i don't like about it Very Happy

another watch and another review tomorrow Wink

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Re: HEXA F74

on Fri May 04 2018, 12:16
Lovely looking well built watch. I also love the blue lume which is really striking & the calendar being at the six o’clock position. Unlike some other watches it really blends into the dial rather than being prominent.

Like yourself I can’t fault it in any way and it’s a great addition to your collection. Very Happy
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