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    Re: Squale Owner's Club (Unofficial)

    AlphaWolf777- i see from your sig you have both the classic and maxi 20 atmos models, do you find there is enough difference between them to each hold down a place in your collection and can you see yourself holding on to the both of them for a long time ? the reason i ask is i painfully decided my DLC had to make way once i picked up a heritage. Cheers, Chris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay MT View Post
    Yes. I'm glad this little gem is safe and sound on my wrist.

    Now I see a 50 ATMOS in my future thanks to some one cough...cough (Legion681). Maybe even a yellow one!


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    Ahahah...maybe Squale ought to give me a commission on this (future) sale then! Ahahahah
    Commission? I thought you were giving me yours ;)
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    My Maxi on the same crocodile strap that I had my Classic on:



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    Quote Originally Posted by tatt169 View Post
    AlphaWolf777- i see from your sig you have both the classic and maxi 20 atmos models, do you find there is enough difference between them to each hold down a place in your collection and can you see yourself holding on to the both of them for a long time ? the reason i ask is i painfully decided my DLC had to make way once i picked up a heritage. Cheers, Chris.
    Yes, there is definitely enough of a difference for me to keep both. To me, the Classic is like a 16610 homage, and the Maxi is like a 1680 homage. Therefore I can easily keep both since one is modern looking and the other vintage.
    I am 99% sure that I am going to be holding on to all 6 of my current collection forever because I have no plans to buy any new watches for quite a long time so I am very happy and comfortable with what I have.
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    Just picked up this perfect condition Squale Atmos 50 from another forum member. Can't stress enough how great looking of a watch it is and how comfortable it sits on my wrist. Happy to be a member of the Squale Club.
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    Commission? I thought you were giving me yours ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaWolf777 View Post
    Yes, there is definitely enough of a difference for me to keep both. To me, the Classic is like a 16610 homage, and the Maxi is like a 1680 homage. Therefore I can easily keep both since one is modern looking and the other vintage.
    I am 99% sure that I am going to be holding on to all 6 of my current collection forever because I have no plans to buy any new watches for quite a long time so I am very happy and comfortable with what I have.
    Way to have what you love and love what you have, AlphaWolf.
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    Re: Squale Owner's Club (Unofficial)

    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaWolf777 View Post
    Yes, there is definitely enough of a difference for me to keep both. To me, the Classic is like a 16610 homage, and the Maxi is like a 1680 homage. Therefore I can easily keep both since one is modern looking and the other vintage.
    I am 99% sure that I am going to be holding on to all 6 of my current collection forever because I have no plans to buy any new watches for quite a long time so I am very happy and comfortable with what I have.
    Thanks for the response mate, glad to hear you have a complete collection that you are happy with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatt169 View Post
    Thanks for the response mate, glad to hear you have a complete collection that you are happy with!
    Yes, very happy. I pretty much obtained all of the watches in my price range that I had lusted after. There's always a few more that I will always want, but I am content with just enjoying what I have and saving money. Of course in the future I will definitely be exploring my options some more.
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