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    My first ICERC

    This arrived this morning, 1997 Australian dolphin and whale conference.




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    Re: My first ICERC

    Congratulations!

    I have a DW-9200K in soft yellow.The case is S.Steel.Its beautiful and great.
    Its a Mrg in ICERC.



    See in black...

    http://www4.ocn.ne.jp/~yama-g/gshock/dw-9200k-7t.htm
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    Hi Pete,

    Nice model!A pitty these boxes are so fragile.Where are your EL shots There must be a whale shown!

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    Re: My first ICERC

    Great looking model

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    Re: My first ICERC

    nice!

    i have two (2):

    (1) 2000 DW9701K Gulfman ICERC (but the name "Gulfman" is not on the watch, so maybe I shouldn't call it a "Gulfman" :-D ) it has a titanium caseback and that makes the G really light! (ti screws and bezel ringy as well?!)

    (2) 2003 G7000K ICERC with SS bracelet


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    Quote Originally Posted by stockae92
    the name "Gulfman" is not on the watch, so maybe I shouldn't call it a "Gulfman" :-D
    I have a Mudman without the name Mudman on it, but it definitely is one. Mine Gulfman does also not say "Gulfman", and also does my "Fisherman".








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    Re: My first ICERC

    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors

    that's the 2000 ICERC DW9701K i have

    i am still trying to make sure i got the tide graph set up right

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    "It's really quiet simple"...not, but you can. Find out when the moon is on it's highest point and when the local high tide is. The time interval is the lunitidal interval or whatever they call it. I know on the west coast the tide is lacking enormous from the moon pasage. I don't know for the East Coast though. With a DW-6100 and I believe the "Jason" too, you can calculate the highest point of the moon if you have entered the right parameters.

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    Re: My first ICERC

    what i did was:

    1. get the local time for high tide, and the local time for moonrise off some internet website

    2. and subtract the two,

    that's the number i entered

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    A GPS and a local paper can be handy... BTW, the Lunitidal interval is where I live +2h41m. Just 20 km North it is +3h15m, so you need to know your local tides...



    (for safety reasons, this is the location of my office, not my house!)

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