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A Phoibos Sports Watch? Green Phoibos Nebula Review ( The Green Arrow )

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First Impressions

As far as Phoibos goes, the Nebula might be their most interesting release yet. While they normally focus on divers, the nebula is more of a sports watch. It’s almost like they took a look at the success of Seiko’s Dress-KX line, and said: “We can do that better.”

It has an interesting mix of elements. You have a horizontal brushing like an Omega Railmaster, combined with a sandwich dial, and lume dots that remind me of some of the older Orients. Plus Phoibos kept this thing relatively thin, and they did so by using a Miyota 9015 movement.

There is a lot to like here, and I’ll try to get a review out soon. So far the only concern I have is with the lume. It looks great, but doesn’t seem to have much staying power. The other thing I noticed is that with the linear gradient, some angles the dial can look very dull. Almost washed out at times. Yet turn it a bit, and the emerald green comes through brilliantly.


Case Material: Steel
Crystal: Flat Sapphire
Movement: Miyota 9015
Strap: Steel Bracelet
Aprox Price: $390

Width: 40 mm
Lug to Lug: 46 mm
Thickness: 11.2 mm
Lug Width: 20mm
Water Resistance: 150m

Where To Buy

It’s currently not up, but you can find it on Phoibos site.
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Straps Used

Grey Perlon (on Amazon):
Grey Cordura / Silicone Hybrid (on Amazon):
Black Sailcloth (on Amazon):
Alpine Tan Leather (on Amazon):
Silicone Strap (on Amazon):

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