First the "Viperfish" and now THIS?

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    First the "Viperfish" and now THIS?

    Is "Viper" the new water-sports watch marketing name lately? First the "Viperfish" and now THIS? About the most bizarre Croton I've seen in many moons......(from eBay) The "Seaviper"! Comes in two colors!
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    Re: First the "Viperfish" and now THIS?

    They left the case in the chamber too long when they heat tempered the watch and it melted.

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    Re: First the "Viperfish" and now THIS?

    Maybe they should call it, The Amoeba.

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    Re: First the "Viperfish" and now THIS?

    That picture is of such poor quality that I wonder if this is not an April fools day joke.

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    Re: First the "Viperfish" and now THIS?

    Quote Originally Posted by John MS View Post
    That picture is of such poor quality that I wonder if this is not an April fools day joke.
    Nope.



    * Not my pic. Borrowed from this post:

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    Re: First the "Viperfish" and now THIS?

    What would something like that retail for?
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    Re: First the "Viperfish" and now THIS?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stonechild View Post
    What would something like that retail for?
    No idea about the Croton, but Stauer makes one:



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    Re: First the "Viperfish" and now THIS?

    Good memory, Brandon! I thought I recognized that picture, and you actually found the thread that some of us skimmed some time ago. I actually had a band called Amoeba, and we sold our web domain (amoeba.com) to a small chain of record stores in California called Amoeba. I think I need to show this watch to the owners of the stores - they could hand this out as "gold watch" retirements. To me it looks like the designer found the shape by using the Photoshop warp filter.

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    Re: First the "Viperfish" and now THIS?

    Man, that Croton looks like all kinds of something... But nothing good!
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    Re: First the "Viperfish" and now THIS?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stonechild View Post
    What would something like that retail for?
    MSRP is $400. Street is $200 or so.

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