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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    I'd call that Tuna and avocado ;) Or maybe simply a Spring tuna?

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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    I refer to it as the Century Tuna :)

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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    More quick snaps of the 'Spring Tuna'....probably the best name as there doesn't seem to be a force stronger than the Emperor









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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    ^^
    Amazing pics.
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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    Amazing pictures and a very suitable strap

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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    My 007 in it's nest...
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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    Name:  day 2.jpg
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Size:  170.6 KBThis is the best thread or subject on this forum
    This Tuna searies of watches are the best out there, no exceptions. Although i do like the quartz SINN, but the germany battery change might be a deal breaker.
    You Tuna types are the best and the brightest. biggest, baddest and so on,
    Now that i have this tihng next to my joke -o- matic over priced cult wathc it really does shine even brighter, what a treamendous value proposition.
    Now that thats over.
    I have a SBBN 015 on the way, too me, clearly at under $1k these watches shine above the rest, and just to be clear i have a couple of sub mariner Rolys here, they fail and are high maint as they age and the Dallas Rolex center cant get it right, x3 visits for the sub i have worn for the past 15 years, three times for servce and it still stops and wont wind, unaccpetable on many levels,
    Anyway i am going to get another quartz 300m, i like back ups, dont carry just one magazine either, some of you understand that, so when the battery dies i have another on stand by, simple as that, at this price point these things are a treamendous value.
    Thank you for all the valuable insights and info over the past couple of weeks, this forrum really is an asset, i am not a collector, but a searious user, not abuser, but i do use my gear, daily.
    A couple of lower priced watches even seiko 200m types, a few bands and you are over half way to a really top rate SBBN 015, real fine right out of the box i suspect.
    So thx to all, you have all been a great help to me.
    Ill try to do a nice few .45cal watch pics of this thing when it shows up.
    As much as the Dive Springer sounds sexy and wonderful i dont think it will rule in any way over a quartz movement as good as the ones on these larger Prospex searies.
    Love and kisses,
    Gary
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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    scoured through the entire tuna thread and fell in love with the tuna awhile back. finally decided to pull the trigger on it last week and now it's on the way! haven't actually tried it on in real life but im quite sure i'll enjoy the feel of it when it arrives.
    thumbs up for all the awesome pictures!
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    The "Official" Tuna Thread

    You are not going to be dissapointed.
    If you use it hard like me, fixing car engines (hobby) with the watch on, and get scratches on the hardlex crystal, there is sapphire to buy and use as replacement.
    Profession is pilot, thats why I have a 12h bezel for GMT when working.




    Quote Originally Posted by nednil View Post
    scoured through the entire tuna thread and fell in love with the tuna awhile back. finally decided to pull the trigger on it last week and now it's on the way! haven't actually tried it on in real life but im quite sure i'll enjoy the feel of it when it arrives.
    thumbs up for all the awesome pictures!
    Last edited by krispilot; October 4th, 2013 at 20:39.
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    Longines Heritage Military 1938 GMT, Casio GW-5000-1JF

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    Re: The "Official" Tuna Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by krispilot View Post
    You are not going to be dissapointed.
    If you use it hard like me, fixing car engines (hobby) with the watch on, and get scratches on the hardlex crystal, there is sapphire to buy and use as replacement.
    Profession is pilot, thats why I have a 12h bezel for GMT when working.

    That 12-hour bezel looks great, especially for your profession. May I ask where you got it from? It looks engraved in the photo.

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