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domecurb
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Timeline

Post by domecurb on Thu May 10 2018, 16:31

Timeline 1000ft/300m WR
Swiss Ronda quartz Movement
screw down crown
Helium escape valve
47mm wide including the crown

This arrived some time back, but has been worn quite a bit since then and IMO its a lovely watch and great value [it was cheap  Very Happy  ], its surprisingly well made and so it should be with its claimed water resistance.
The watch was made by Mondia for Timeline which are based in Italy
i think my favourite part of the watch is the dial, there is such a high contrast between the hands and the matt black dial that its very easy to read with a quick glance, i particularly like the second hand which is as fine as a hair, but also stand out well and the lume glows like a torch at night.
all in all a worthy little dive watch which fits well into my collection









just need a stainless bracelet for it now Wink


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Re: Timeline

Post by SeikoJohn on Thu May 10 2018, 16:42

Liking the dial layout and easy to read numbers but the hands let it down for me IMO . I do not like how the hands nearer the stem are black and then the rest are white , I think they should be all white but that is just me . Apart from that its a great looking watch and a brand I had not heard of before .
A little question about the bezel insert does it have a "speckled" finish to it or is that just the photos ? It looks as though it is not a flat black colour which looks really good.


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Re: Timeline

Post by domecurb on Thu May 10 2018, 16:46

@SeikoJohn wrote:Liking the dial layout and easy to read numbers but the hands let it down for me IMO . I do not like how the hands nearer the stem are black and then the rest are white , I think they should be all white but that is just me . Apart from that its a great looking watch and a brand I had not heard of before .
A little question about the bezel insert does it have a "speckled" finish to it or is that just the photos ? It looks as though it is not a flat black colour which looks really good.

the bezel insert is an unusual slightly course matt black which works well IMO


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