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    Invicta 52mm Russian diver Nautilus

    What do you think of this? I have no words to describe how I feel.
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    Re: Invicta 52mm Russian diver Nautilus

    Another abomination contributing towards horological he%$...
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    Re: Invicta 52mm Russian diver Nautilus

    Wow that's so bad


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    Re: Invicta 52mm Russian diver Nautilus

    I don't typically pile on these threads but that's wrong on too many levels.

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    Re: Invicta 52mm Russian diver Nautilus

    Would make a great door stop.

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    Re: Invicta 52mm Russian diver Nautilus

    Quote Originally Posted by locolockman View Post
    What do you think of this? I have no words to describe how I feel.


    "Nauseous" is a relevant word in this situation.
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    Re: Invicta 52mm Russian diver Nautilus

    I'm not sure that I'm looking at a watch any more....

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    Re: Invicta 52mm Russian diver Nautilus

    Not the Nautilus I had in mind.....
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    Re: Invicta 52mm Russian diver Nautilus

    Well, beyond the appearance, I'm not sure how I'm supposed to extend my wrist with that crown in the way. And if you wore it on the right hand that little buzzsaw at 8 o'clock would hurt the wrist. Maybe Invicta's trying to be patriotic buy designing a really butt ugly crappy Russian?
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    Re: Invicta 52mm Russian diver Nautilus

    Is that an ankle monitor?

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