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Ahh yes, the Elvstom, equipped with the 1345 Regatta movement (which turns the discs from 10 to 2 progressively different colours in 5-minute groups to time for yacht race starts..).
To my mind, it is one of the least attractive Lemania-branded watches out there (imho). Sorry, but there it is.....
Not sure the coin-edged bezel goes with the modern case
Not a big fan of compass bezels anyway
Functionless decorative screws on the case corners
Needless dial script and way marks
I like the hands
Love the movement
I also like the fact that it is one of the only Lemania-branded watches to have a Lemania signed and engraved caseback.
But not for me, overall. At all
Actually, the one that I dislike more is the BiMetal version of the same watch
Thanks to modern vintage classic for the photo
If it's Lemania-powered, I'm interested. Tool Chrono - interested. Dive Chrono - interested. Interesting - interested