INTRODUCING: the TWCO Salvage Diver

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    INTRODUCING: the TWCO Salvage Diver

    Introducing the TWCO Salvage Diver!
    Understated excellence is the name of the game for TWCO divers and the Salvage Diver is no exception to the rule!
    Same family, same breed but yet so different: the Salvage Diver design pays tribute to a classic diver and, at the same time, combines it with a stylish internal bezel and a glass ‘see-through’ case back. The Salvage Diver is a classic divers watch made ​​from surgical 316L Stainless Steel.

    Want to know more about the specs? Check: TWCO Technical Watches | SALVAGE DIVER





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    Re: INTRODUCING: the TWCO Salvage Diver

    Beautiful!
    The Collection:
    Grand Seiko SBGR083
    Vintage ('67) Omega Seamaster
    Seiko SBDC039 "Transocean" - My new love!
    Seiko SRP775

    Stuff that's going (make me an offer):
    Marathon GSAR
    Vintage ('65) Zodiac Seawolf - with the original stretch oyster bracelet
    BNIB Redux Courg T5 Titanium Zero Hour with the W&W strap

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    Re: INTRODUCING: the TWCO Salvage Diver

    What is the movement?
    The Collection:
    Grand Seiko SBGR083
    Vintage ('67) Omega Seamaster
    Seiko SBDC039 "Transocean" - My new love!
    Seiko SRP775

    Stuff that's going (make me an offer):
    Marathon GSAR
    Vintage ('65) Zodiac Seawolf - with the original stretch oyster bracelet
    BNIB Redux Courg T5 Titanium Zero Hour with the W&W strap

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    Re: INTRODUCING: the TWCO Salvage Diver

    Is there a US seller?
    The Collection:
    Grand Seiko SBGR083
    Vintage ('67) Omega Seamaster
    Seiko SBDC039 "Transocean" - My new love!
    Seiko SRP775

    Stuff that's going (make me an offer):
    Marathon GSAR
    Vintage ('65) Zodiac Seawolf - with the original stretch oyster bracelet
    BNIB Redux Courg T5 Titanium Zero Hour with the W&W strap

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    Re: INTRODUCING: the TWCO Salvage Diver

    Are there any online ADs?
    The Collection:
    Grand Seiko SBGR083
    Vintage ('67) Omega Seamaster
    Seiko SBDC039 "Transocean" - My new love!
    Seiko SRP775

    Stuff that's going (make me an offer):
    Marathon GSAR
    Vintage ('65) Zodiac Seawolf - with the original stretch oyster bracelet
    BNIB Redux Courg T5 Titanium Zero Hour with the W&W strap

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    Re: INTRODUCING: the TWCO Salvage Diver

    How is warranty work handled?
    The Collection:
    Grand Seiko SBGR083
    Vintage ('67) Omega Seamaster
    Seiko SBDC039 "Transocean" - My new love!
    Seiko SRP775

    Stuff that's going (make me an offer):
    Marathon GSAR
    Vintage ('65) Zodiac Seawolf - with the original stretch oyster bracelet
    BNIB Redux Courg T5 Titanium Zero Hour with the W&W strap

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    Re: INTRODUCING: the TWCO Salvage Diver

    I freakin like it! $880 and possible import duties.... For a Miyota 9015 movement hhhmmmmm seems a little steep. But she's a beauty.

    Need more info.

    How does the clasp work?

    Any video reviews available?

    Thanks!
    Last edited by bvmjethead; May 17th, 2016 at 02:21.

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    Re: INTRODUCING: the TWCO Salvage Diver

    Quote Originally Posted by Fyrdoc View Post
    What is the movement?
    A Miyota 9015

    Quote Originally Posted by Fyrdoc View Post
    Is there a US seller?
    Not yet, however you can buy directly from me, free FedEx shipping included, almost next day delivery.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fyrdoc View Post
    Are there any online ADs?
    Not sure what you mean with ADs

    Quote Originally Posted by Fyrdoc View Post
    How is warranty work handled?
    Just come to me for warranty, this has never been any problem. By the way in the past i only had very few warranty requests .

    Quote Originally Posted by bvmjethead View Post
    I freakin like it! $880 and possible import duties.... For a Miyota 9015 movement hhhmmmmm seems a little steep. But she's a beauty.

    Need more info.

    How owe does the clasp work?

    Any video reviews available?

    Thanks!
    No video review available yet! But stay tuned i will post it up here.
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    Re: INTRODUCING: the TWCO Salvage Diver

    Shipping Salvage Diver starts!

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    Re: INTRODUCING: the TWCO Salvage Diver

    Really nice watch. But like bvmjethead said, for a simple Miyota 9015 it's really expensive. A Miyota costs about 70 US$..........So where is this price based on??

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