Scratch that, it is green, just looks blue in the photo.....
Love it, Had no idea it actually had some Lume. It must be because i am still getting used to seeing it as is still less than 2 weeks in mo collection
I guess they don't call it the Night Diver for nothing. The lume is not too shabby for a 37 year old watch.
Great lume on this, wow
Testing out the lume on my "new" Colt GMT. I know - not a TAG Heuer! But so far I love the watch. The lume works quite well, but not nearly as well as my Classic 2000! LOL.
That will give the Timex Indiglo a run for the money! Even after 37 years!
Darkness lume shot of the new PD. Little strange not having all points lit but hey ho.
I've never checked the lume on this Monza model before. It's been quite a while since I've had this one on the wrist. An ode to the olde with a nod to the present, Cal. 36 flyback.
I really like the blue hands (when the light hits them just right), and your picture captures it perfectly, @HoltzPlatz!
My lume shot was a little blurry. I must do a better job in the future.
They always come out like that. (at least they do with me!) One day I'll solve it hopefully........one day.....
Just got it this week in Vegas.
Buy with casino winnings? or did you need spend your own cash.
Lol, not much of a gambler, spent my own dough.
They said Seiko lume is not bad. So i tested it.
Not the best shot but here's the new Aquaracer 300 Nightdiver in lume.
My wifes new favourite ( possibly fake) 1500... Apologies for quality of pic - as poor as watch? - taken in under stairs cupboard, which is as full as a tetris board about to complete..... I'll get me coat....
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