December 3, 2022

After 5 memoriable years, it was time for me to try something different. I had decided to let go of my beloved 15703ST & make room for a new member. I had struggled between the black ceramic, forged carbon & the steel models of the 44mm ROO during the selection process. I has tried all of them & decided to go for the steel one because to me i like the more readable dial & I think it has a well balance dial layout & color combinations. I love the black ceramic 26402CE & the 26405CE but the price is a bit much when comparing with the other two. The black& red combinations of the 26402CE seems to give more racing feeling over the steel. To give a bit more racing feeling to the 26400SO, I tried it with the Grand Prix calf strap. The watch definitely looks less subtle but at the same time gives a bit more facing feeling in my opinion. I know it’s not for everyone, but what do you guys think? Perhaps the Grand Prix strap with the black & grey would be better?? 
Cheers

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This message has been edited by exigesc on 2015-07-11 20:37:14 Congrats exigesc!!!
-MWNo message bodyThe gold and ceramic is certainly popular, but it is a bit too much for my tastes.  The black dial is so superb, I really like it and against the carbon case.  But this version would likely be my choice too.  It is a bit stark, but I happen to like that quality.
Long term, I do thing the black GP strap is the way to go, and is definitely what I would wear this monster on.  
Congrats!and I love that strap on it. The red in the strap really compliments the red details in the hands.

Well played, Sir!

Enjoy your great timepiece.

NickO