My New Aquagraph!

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    Picture My New Aquagraph!

    Yay. Arrived today, at work. Waited until I got home to open it-- wasn't as hard as you might think, because it was so busy today. Just a few quick pics, sorry for the low quality:







    Regards.

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    Re: My New Aquagraph!

    Nice Tag!! Good health to wear.
    It takes 46 muscles to frown but only 4 to flip 'em the bird

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    Re: My New Aquagraph!

    Great looking!
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    Re: My New Aquagraph!

    This got Yamahakis vote in the "if you could only have one" thread. Was this a factor in you going for the aquagraph?
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    Re: My New Aquagraph!

    One of the best Current Tag's out there.




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    Re: My New Aquagraph!

    good buy..congrats!

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    Re: My New Aquagraph!

    Quote Originally Posted by Time5s View Post
    This got Yamahakis vote in the "if you could only have one" thread. Was this a factor in you going for the aquagraph?

    Truth is I had decided to buy it a day or two before I saw that post, and also his video review in the dive watch forum. But you could say that those posts sealed the deal for me. I get a kick out of wearing the same watch as the venerable Yamahaki! He's a good example to emulate! (except I'd go broke trying to do so)

    PS: I should add: it was one of his pics of the aquagraph from awhile back that turned me on to the model-- so credit where credit is due, as they say. Thanks Yama!
    Regards.

    Current Rotation: breitling cockpit -oris TT1 date black -seiko skx781 "orange monster" -seiko snm035 "landmonster" -citizen Promaster Titanium Eco-Drive 300m BJ8041-09E "ecozilla" -citizen ecodrive professional titanium BN0016-55L, blue dial "orca" -getat 44mm sterile rose gold luminor-style manual wind -getat 44mm sterile PVD orange "numbrels" manual wind --invictas: 8926c,8928ob,3712, 6410, 6024, 6924, 6926, 6927


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    Re: My New Aquagraph!

    seth, a very sharp watch you have there. the styling is "futuristic" sci-fi--cool and modern--if that makes sense.
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    Re: My New Aquagraph!

    couple of more pics from today, in sunlight (well, a bit overcast for a few of them):







    Regards.

    Current Rotation: breitling cockpit -oris TT1 date black -seiko skx781 "orange monster" -seiko snm035 "landmonster" -citizen Promaster Titanium Eco-Drive 300m BJ8041-09E "ecozilla" -citizen ecodrive professional titanium BN0016-55L, blue dial "orca" -getat 44mm sterile rose gold luminor-style manual wind -getat 44mm sterile PVD orange "numbrels" manual wind --invictas: 8926c,8928ob,3712, 6410, 6024, 6924, 6926, 6927


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    Re: My New Aquagraph!

    Congratulations !!!
    This watch is one of a breed combination of Chrono and diver.
    TAG did a very good job on this one:
    Regular chrono pushers won’t resist beyond 200M…. But this TAG can resist 500M !!
    It also got a Helum Escape Valve. (but to be honest, i'm not sure the helum "knows" it should exit from the valve rather than exit from the pushers.... just kidding.... )

    Enjoy !!!!!!!!!!

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