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    Finaly! My new CAF1111.

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    I really think they should make this without the date and without that 500m attached to it.
    That would make it perfect in my mind.
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    It would only be perfect if you didn’t use the date functionand and normally I do see people using there watch at one point or another to remember the date. As for the 500m, that really doesn’t matter, it’s just advertising a key feature to the watch, just like any other brand. Some people actually like it when those features are highlighted in their watches. These are just my thoughts.

    CMDrew6115, Nice watch by the way.



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    I really think they should make this without the date and without that 500m attached to it.
    That would make it perfect in my mind.
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    theres mine, just arrived, ive stayed scared reading about crown issue but having the watch just now i can see that is nothing wrong with mine. blue version its a looker :)

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    theres mine, just arrived, ive stayed scared reading about crown issue but having the watch just now i can see that is nothing wrong with mine.
    Not trying to ruin the enjoyment of your new timepiece. Crown issues develop over time. Sometimes as short as a few weeks. Sometimes after a couple of years. But no one ever complained that their 500M arrived with striped threads the day they got it.
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    Guys, this is a very rare peace! I spent over two moths trying to find a brand new one like this. No one had it, until a guy on eBay located for me after a wile.

    And it looks amazing.



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    - Tissot PRC200 T17.1.526.52

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    Re: The Aquaracer - 2000 Club

    Just picked up my Aquaracer Caliber S yesterday
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    Been lurking on WUS for a while (mostly in the Tissot forums since they were my first dabble into Swiss made movements). Been looking at Tags for quite sometime now and pulled the trigger yesterday and thought I'd join the picture posting party. Haven't seen this one posted yet but what sold me on it ultimately was the rose gold bezel. I can't explain why but to me it really makes it pop. SS bracelet for now but I'm sure I'll be experimenting. Excited for my first TH but scared all at the same time that this may become too addictive...






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    Re: The Aquaracer - 2000 Club

    nhimert,

    Congratulations on your first TH. You made a very good choice as it is abeauty.

    As for being too addictive, it sure can be. Many years ago I started with veryinexpensive non Swiss watches, then I purchased my first Swiss watch and Ithought that I would not want anything else. I started to read and researcheverything I could into watch making and the different types of watches andbrands. Next thing you know I was looking for another watch and then anotherand so on. I have eventually sold many of my watches and have only kept a handfull that I feel are special to me. I am actually going out of town this nextweekend to find my next watch that I have been researching for some time know.I hope I find what I'm looking for.

    In any case, enjoy your wonderful watch to the fullest and make your futurejourney a happy and exciting one.


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