Lets see 'em!
Lets see 'em!
"From birth, man carries the weight of gravity on his shoulders. He is bolted to earth. But man has only to sink beneath the surface and he is free." Jacques Cousteau.
JLC MC Diving Chrono & GMT * GP SH II Pro (X2) * Breitling Avenger Seawolf * Panerai PAM 243 * OMEGA Planet Ocean * OMEGA Ploprof 1200M * Rolex DEEPSEA * UTS 4000M * H2O Kalmar * + Many Others
ENNEBI Fondale (appreciation society) membership = 1 (you)
Joking... I'm sure more will be along soon
I don't have one yet, but you can definitely count me as a member.
Contemporary: AP Royal Oak Offshore Diver ref. 15703, AP Royal Oak Offshore Forged Carbon Diver ref. 15706, AP Royal Oak "Jumbo" ref. 15202, IWC Aquatimer 2000 ref. 3538, IWC Aquatimer Chrono "Galapagos" ref. 3767, IWC Ingenieur ref. 3227-01, IWC Top Gun Big Pilot Perpetual Calendar ref. 5029, JLC Navy SEALs Diving Alarm Incursion, JLC Tribute to 1931 Reverso US Edition, Panerai PAM 372, Rolex Submariner 16800 matte-dial, Seiko SSC021, Sinn 142St PVD
Vintage: Doxa, Omega Seamaster DeVille (2), Tudor Submariner 9411/0 "Blue Snowflake", Benrus/Bulova/Elgin
G-Shock: DW-5600BB-1ER "Basic Black", DW-6900MT-7ER "Be@rbrick", DW-6900CL-4CR "Clot", DW-6900KR-8JR "Krink", DW-6900FS "Ultraseven 45th Anniversary", DW-9100BJ-2A "Riseman", GA-110DR-1A "Dee and Ricky", GA-111DR-7A "Dee and Ricky", GDF-100BB "Basic Black", GLX-150-4DR "G-Lide", GT-000 "G-Cool", GW-5000-1JF "Origins", GWM-5600TH-1 "The Hundreds", GXW-56-3JF "Khaki Green", GXW-56-4JF "Orange King"
An early one, from a few years back.
Add one more member. Unfortunately, I'm preparing for a move and most of my watches have already been packed away. However, I'll take shots of my Decima MAS once I'm moved and settled in.
This thread is gonna get me into trouble.
Extra touches include gold crown, blue dial, gold second hand, black gaskets and engraving.
Suprised to also recieve a spare unengraved case back (not that I expect to need it as this is a keeper)
Actually, I do have one photo of the Ennebi next to my Korsbek Ocean Explorer. The OE is a substantial watch and the Ennebi is even bigger!
I have owned two, sold them at the time for what I thought was an important purchase, now I cannot remember what was purchased, but miss the Ennebi's.
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