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Water immersion a total non-issue. This piece never goes near water. I fact the only water my red sub will experience are my tear drops of frustration going back and forth between straps πŸ˜‰
Lol. Thanks guys. I appreciate the feedback. I think it's clear I need to get the steel back on pretty damn quickly. I think I preferred the steel but was looking for something new to do. Evidently a mistake. Comes back to 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it....'
My current line up; And hoping to hear some opinions. I'm struggling to know which way to go.....steel or leather?
Does this count?
Agreed totally. Patek blue 5711 and Rolex vintage 1680 single red πŸ‘πŸ». For me that's perfection. Now just need a g-shock for holiday's 😒
.....only 4 more years my friend. White face you can get. Blue face is the killer. Funny story but I'd bought a second hand one which id been wearing for a couple of years and then one day I was sat at my desk and got a call from the AD: "Your watch is in" "But I haven't ordered a watch? What watch?" "You're 5711 has come in..." "Pardon????" "You're 5711 has come in..." "Errrr....ok.....but I haven't ordered one...." "You put your name down in 2010 and it's just...
Thank you. I waited a long time to find one in perfect condition with all the paper work.Still kills me to see that $425 price tag 😊I've now got my two grails.One for smart, one for more relaxed..Heres the other one...gets mixed reactions, but to me these are the two sexiest sports watches around
Lol. Brilliant story. Tbh I'm seeing it done more on more on the vintage subs....also lets not forget that sea dwellers don't have a Cyclopse, so it's not that strange a thing to do.
I do still have it πŸ‘πŸΌJust prefer the profile and overall aesthetic of the dome plexi.
Some wrist porn for you 1971 Rolex 1680 single-red submariner with original inner and outer box, punched papers, service papers and all the bits. Swapped out the Cyclopse plexi and put in a domed plexi.
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