A diving watch? Going airborne?
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    A diving watch? Going airborne?

    As promised, here's two shots of my sub750 SH GMT getting some parachute action. So far one of the best duty watch I've used.

    Exit fast, land soft, hit hard.

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    Re: A diving watch? Going airborne?

    I love my Doxa but for a bullet proof deployment watch it has to be a Sinn EZM .

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Tapatalk

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    Re: A diving watch? Going airborne?

    That 750 is as comfortable in the air as it is in the water!!

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