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The only watch this serial-flipper has been able to hold onto for more than six months:
Damasko DA36 ||| Halios Delfin ||| Nomos Tangente ||| Seiko SRPA21
Here's my two - love 'em.
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"Don't give up. Never give up." Jimmy Valvano. 1993 Rolex "Thunderbird" model 16263; Tudor Black Bay Blue; Omega Seamaster 300 Coaxial; Omega Speedmaster MK II Racing Dial; Omega SHOM; Omega Bond 2531.80; 1972 Hamilton Diver; 1970 Movado Datron HS 360 Super Subsea (El Primero); Porsche Design Valjoux 7750, Eterna Super Kontiki 1973 Reissue; Dagaz Tsunami Caribbean; Vintage Scubapro 500 (blk dial); Vintage Scubapro 500 (White dial); another vintage Scubapro 500; Vintage Super Squale 20 atmos diver; vintage Seiko 6309-7049; vintage Seiko Monaco 7016-5011; 1970 Bulova "Surboard" Chrono Valjoux 7733; 1968 Bulova Snorkel 666 ft. Diver; 1971 Bulova Snorkel 666 ft. Orange Dial Diver; Seiko 6105-6005 (Gold); Seiko 6105-6009 (Blue); Seiko 6309-7049 Suwa dial; Seiko 6309-7040 non-SUWA; 6106-8227 Rallye Diver, Le Jour Valjoux 7750.
"Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm."
Blasted, blue, Bluering on an Isofrane.
Yesterday I acquired my first Halios, a Delfin, from a forum member. Really really like it :). And I've got a Tropik SS Blue on the way now.
This is next on my hit list. Just missed a new one but still hunting-
"Either he's dead or my watch has stopped"
Patiently awaiting the next Delphin release, but it's a little easier when I get to look at the Tropik SS.
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