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domecurb
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Ocean 7 LM-2AD

on Wed Jul 19 2017, 16:35
Ocean 7 LM-2AD
double domed sapphire crystal
chrono
alarm
multi time zone
compass
PVD coated Titanium case
47mm wide inc crown

these were sold a while ago by Ocean 7 and shortly after they dropped all support for them and wouldn't even answer an email requesting operating instructions, fortunately the ISA websites have or HAD the instructions
the issue with watch seemed to be faulty movements where the hands would suddenly lose hours then you would have to go through the reset procedure......bad show from Ocean & IMHHO Shocked
anyway mine now has the upgraded ISA 9012/7000 which hopefully will be reliable

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Re: Ocean 7 LM-2AD

on Wed Jul 19 2017, 16:55
Very nice.

I like the military "sector clock" type dial design and with the titanium case imagine it will be light and comfortable on the wrist. I would find the digital display tricky with my eyesight though out of bright sunlight (which is rare in Scotland anyway) it would no doubt be fine. Very Happy
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Re: Ocean 7 LM-2AD

on Wed Jul 19 2017, 17:00
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Very nice.

I like the military "sector clock" type dial design and with the titanium case imagine it will be light and comfortable on the wrist. I would find the digital display tricky with my eyesight though out of bright sunlight (which is rare in Scotland anyway) it would no doubt be fine. Very Happy

its a negative display so the brighter the sunlight the brighter the read out which is handy Very Happy

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Re: Ocean 7 LM-2AD

on Wed Jul 19 2017, 18:08
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Very nice.

I like the military "sector clock" type dial design and with the titanium case imagine it will be light and comfortable on the wrist. I would find the digital display tricky with my eyesight though out of bright sunlight (which is rare in Scotland anyway) it would no doubt be fine. Very Happy

its a negative display so the brighter the sunlight the brighter the read out which is handy Very Happy



I haven't seen a watch with a negative display before so have learnt something new. Very Happy
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Re: Ocean 7 LM-2AD

on Wed Jul 19 2017, 18:35
It is very military looking as though it should be worn on the wrist of a SAS person , I like it though especially the negative display and the contrast of yellow against the black is really good .

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