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there are no words.
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there are no words.


Thank you sir.

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Awesome possum.

Which one is your favorite and why?
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Awesome possum.

Which one is your favorite and why?


Thank you sir.

 

The Nautilus because in my opinion it's the most elegant SS sports watch out there.

 

Then there's the Aquanaut because it's the easiest wearing watch I know of. Just like butter.

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Three of the four candidates for my next watch right there. Add a pp5035p and that's the full roundup
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Three of the four candidates for my next watch right there. Add a pp5035p and that's the full roundup


You really can't go wrong with either, just depends on which one you like the most.

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So maybe it is just a lovable sub-genre.

The most lovable sub-genre, though?

Dive watches.

I'll see myself out.
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Interesting that the RO is bottom of that list.
post #29709 of 38583
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The most lovable sub-genre, though?

Dive watches.

I'll see myself out.

I love my some dive watches, just not enough to drop any coin on them right now smile.gif. I still want a Marine Master one day.
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Interesting that the RO is bottom of that list.

That is not an easy list to compete in...
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Interesting that the RO is bottom of that list.


Just my opinion, your mileage may vary.

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Thank you sir.

 

The Nautilus because in my opinion it's the most elegant SS sports watch out there.

 

Then there's the Aquanaut because it's the easiest wearing watch I know of. Just like butter.

 

I've never worn butter on my wrist, is that what all the cool kids are doing these days?  I like cold steel (as I can't afford precious metals right now...)

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The most lovable sub-genre, though?

Dive watches.

I'll see myself out.

 

 

How about this one?

 

 

 

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Just my opinion, your mileage may vary.

I appreciate your answer to my silly question. I kind of figured that you might say what you did!
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ddd, what is your complete collection if i may ask?
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DDD - your collection is ridonkulous. I agree with stitches - Let's see it in its entirety please?

I've heard the Aquanaut and Nautilus are some of the most comfortable sports watches ever. And I really believe it!

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