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^^ So, from 1d4 dam to 1d6.
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Congrats on the duo, B. I hope you both wear them in great health
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Nice pick up BG!  As for the water resistance for a Khaki...it should be 100M.  I can't recall mine taking a dip in the water though.

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That big one officially crosses from dagger to short sword territory.[/quote]

Hahaha! Yea... I guess it sort of does cross the line.
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Nice pick up BG!  As for the water resistance for a Khaki...it should be 100M.  I can't recall mine taking a dip in the water though.

Hey JB, I finally got to try on a BLNR GMT2 this past weekend...really great watch! If I pick up another Rolex at some point, it could be the one. Even Mrs. Dino liked it and for some reason she wasn't a fan of the Pepsi GMTs. Anyway great watch, hope you are enjoying yours.
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So we're playing with knives today? I like Spydercos smile.gif I have a Chris Reeves Sebenza and other goodies, but I almost always choose a Spyderco if I carry a folder.

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Just a few pens, not many. Mostly Mont Blanc and a couple of Watermans.

 

The Mont Blanc are my favorites. I have many. I have the limited editions and classic. Beautiful.

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The Mont Blanc are my favorites. I have many. I have the limited editions and classic. Beautiful.

Gianni do you have a bordeaux MontBlanc too?

I find them very elegant.
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So we're playing with knives today? I like Spydercos smile.gif I have a Chris Reeves Sebenza and other goodies, but I almost always choose a Spyderco if I carry a folder.

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NS, the Spydercos are a great all purpose knife.  The Reeve's knives are very nice, my father has one or two of them.  Great photo, I like the Sub and Spyderco on the worn bench/table surface.

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Went to the place where my sister work cause she told me there where some watches with 50% discount. Huge mistake! biggrin.gif

Bought one for my mom. It's ready nice and automatic.



And one for me. I wanted something in bracelet. Also the guy from Hamilton told me that he will keep me updated to see if in December he can get me the Hamilton Regulator with a 60% discount. biggrin.gif



This will go well with the spitfire cufflinks. biggrin.gif

What do you think?



Those look nice, Betel.....especially at such a steep discount.

I have a lot of respect for Hamilton. Love my Khaki chrono.

And as you can tell from my avatar, I really dig white rubber straps LOL. Maybe your mom will let you borrow it biggrin.gif
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And as you can tell from my avatar, I really dig white rubber straps LOL.

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Those look nice, Betel.....especially at such a steep discount.

I have a lot of respect for Hamilton. Love my Khaki chrono.

And as you can tell from my avatar, I really dig white rubber straps LOL. Maybe your mom will let you borrow it biggrin.gif

Thanks! This is my second Hamilton and I have been very pleased with them. I love how they treat their leather straps. biggrin.gif

I hope to add the Regulator in December.
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Looks great betel! Wish I could find one of those sales here. I would love one of their classier jazzmasters on a leather strap. I love my khaki auto chrono!

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NS, the Spydercos are a great all purpose knife.  The Reeve's knives are very nice, my father has one or two of them.  Great photo, I like the Sub and Spyderco on the worn bench/table surface.

Thanks, Dino! Yeah, great knives. Sturdy and affordable. Very easy to like. I have a few. Prefer the light, plastic handled ones, but the larger G10 handled are really something. But the knife you bother to drop in you pocket is better than the one at home. I'm usually one for fixed knives when out in the wilderness, Scandinavian style, but a folder has its place when a knife on your belt is too much.

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Dug up a very ... orange ... watch and knife pic happy.gif Watch gone, knife still in my emergency kit.

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Thank you for the compliments Gents,

 

There are some great Pie Pans out there.

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@Betelgeuse - nice Hamiltons!

 

I don't have any knife / watch combo pics, but for any knife fans who aren't whooping it up at the Blade Show in Atlanta right now, here is a group pic for you of hand forged knives from one of my fave makers:

 

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