Project Build a Camel - Round 2e - The Case Concludes

So, after 4 Case polls, we reach the final, dramatic, some may say "epic", conclusion. The chosen few are:- 1. Seamaster Diameter - 43.5mm Lug to Lug - 46.5mm Lug Width - 22mm Depth (without caseback) - 10.5mm 2. MM300 Diameter - 42.5mm Lug to Lug - 48mm Lug Width - 20mm Depth (without caseback) - 11mm 3. Sub Diameter - 40mm Lug to Lug - 47.5mm Lug Width - 22mm Depth (without caseback) - 11mm 4. 62MAS (Smaller Version) Diameter - 38mm Lug to Lug - 46.5mm Lug Width - 20mm Depth (without caseback) - 9.5mm This vote will determine what we build the rest of this marathon project on. As always, choose wisely my friends. I'll close the vote after 48 hours.

38mm! 馃コ

What are we choosing in the next poll??

Deeperblue

38mm! 馃コ

What are we choosing in the next poll??

It's dials next. There are about a trillion to choose from so it might be useful to lay some principles down first.聽

Day , day date, no date? For example聽

I've picked 16 dials for your deliberation. I've tried to give lots of different options; I have my favourite but the choice isn't mine to make. I'll post the first lot once I'm sure all those who want to vote on the case have voted. I know there's lots of polls... but it'll be worth it in the end when we have built either the greatest watch in history or the biggest turd since the moonswatch.聽

40mm max. Otherwise, I won't wear it. 馃檹馃槩馃槀

Ok. So, after 4 preliminary rounds and 48+ hours of votes on the final round, the winner of the WatchCrunch build a Camel Project Case is.....

馃専馃専The 38mm 62MAS 馃専馃専

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So..... now we move on and it's onto the dials. 馃榿馃榿馃榿

I'm filled with hope that we can build something that actually looks decent 馃榿鉂わ笍