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post #76 of 363
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
It's really swell. Love mine.


- B

Yep I have one too. It's standard equipment in the Junior iGent Membership Pack
post #77 of 363
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Originally Posted by Roger View Post
Yes, a dealer with a watchmaker out back, or a stand-alone watch-repair person, but it's the easiest thing in the world...takes about 5 minutes and shouldn't cost more than $10 or so. Be sure you save the links that have been removed, as you might want to add one later (if you gain a little weight) or have them with the watch if you ever decide to sell it. You can have a link or a few removed, try it, add a link or have another removed, etc., until you get it exactly right--as loose or tight as you prefer.


I used to go the jewelers for this, they charge about $10 per watch. I got tired of this and bought a cheap watch tool kit from ebay (around $10) and now I do everything myself. It's easy.
post #78 of 363
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Yep I have one too. It's standard equipment in the Junior iGent Membership Pack

Oh, good.
post #79 of 363
Gonna get me a Seiko Spirit scvs013 when I find for less then 300.
post #80 of 363
I got mine during the MSN live days. It was $315 - $100 in cashback.

The prices seem to be going up since then
post #81 of 363
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Gonna get me a Seiko Spirit scvs013 when I find for less then 300.

Hope this helps. Even if it's second hand
http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...=4233722&rid=0
post #82 of 363
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Yep I have one too. It's standard equipment in the Junior iGent Membership Pack

That would be a great concept for one of the SF resellers. You know, have a little logo at the top of the page: "iGent Membership Pack." Click it and get an instant starter package, and immediate elevation to Senior Member status on StyleForvm...an invaluable extra.

- B
post #83 of 363
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
That would be a great concept for one of the SF resellers. You know, have a little logo at the top of the page: "iGent Membership Pack." Click it and get an instant starter package, and immediate elevation to Senior Member status on StyleForvm...an invaluable extra.

- B

But would it include a BlazerSuit or a SwissArmySuit?
post #84 of 363
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Hope this helps. Even if it's second hand
http://forums.timezone.com/index.php...=4233722&rid=0

Ach.

Fortunately, the discount from new is not so great as to force me to jump on it right this second.

Thanks.
post #85 of 363
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But would it include a BlazerSuit or a SwissArmySuit?

SAS=vaporware
post #86 of 363
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But would it include a BlazerSuit or a SwissArmySuit?

Too advanced for the Starter Pack...the SP requires something safer with no possibity of the drape.


- B
post #87 of 363
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SAS=vaporware

Maybe I'll wear it to a Farm Feast.


- B
post #88 of 363
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
That would be a great concept for one of the SF resellers. You know, have a little logo at the top of the page: "iGent Membership Pack." Click it and get an instant starter package, and immediate elevation to Senior Member status on StyleForvm...an invaluable extra.

- B

It consists of Redwing GTs, Iron Heart 634, Seiko Spirit, Filson Bag, and a Flat Head Shirt. You can substitute a Red Moon wallet for any one item. Persols are not included but can be purchased at 30% discount.

(I keed, but I own the first 4)
post #89 of 363
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Maybe I'll wear it to a Farm Feast.


- B

Brown is better for that.
post #90 of 363
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Originally Posted by Roger View Post
Yes, a dealer with a watchmaker out back, or a stand-alone watch-repair person, but it's the easiest thing in the world...takes about 5 minutes and shouldn't cost more than $10 or so. Be sure you save the links that have been removed, as you might want to add one later (if you gain a little weight) or have them with the watch if you ever decide to sell it. You can have a link or a few removed, try it, add a link or have another removed, etc., until you get it exactly right--as loose or tight as you prefer.

Both Katsu Higuchi and Seiya Kobayashi would commit harakiri before cheating a customer or ever selling something that was not authentic. You should have absolutely no fears in this regard.

lol, thx for the reassurance. I'm just wondering how do I get the leather strap to fit my wrist perfectly? Does Seiko sell different kind of straps to accomodate the differences in wrist size or I just have to use the different holes in the strap to secure it on my wrist?
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