Pulled the trigger...TSAR on the way

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    Pulled the trigger...TSAR on the way

    I finally got onto topspecus' website and scored on of their on-sale TSARs.
    I've been on the fence whether to get the T- or the GSAR (bomb-proof quartz v. " cooler" auto), but for 30% off the lower TSAR price it was a no-brainer. Plus they had the sterile dial, which I really wanted.
    It should ship today, pics when it arrives!

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    Re: Pulled the trigger...TSAR on the way

    Congrats. I've got GSAR and I love it. BTW they look soooo much better in person than on the pictures. Great choice.

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    Re: Pulled the trigger...TSAR on the way

    Website came back up eh? Finally! LOL!

    Quote Originally Posted by Camguy View Post
    I finally got onto topspecus' website and scored on of their on-sale TSARs.
    I've been on the fence whether to get the T- or the GSAR (bomb-proof quartz v. " cooler" auto), but for 30% off the lower TSAR price it was a no-brainer. Plus they had the sterile dial, which I really wanted.
    It should ship today, pics when it arrives!

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    Re: Pulled the trigger...TSAR on the way

    you wont regret it. my GSAR is tough as nails.

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    Re: Pulled the trigger...TSAR on the way

    Way to go camguy. It is, as bdbrad says, tough as nails. It's interesting how the case and bracelet doesn't seem to get scratched even when I'm hiking, camping or anything else that scratches the heck out of my other bracelet watches.

    I hope you got it with the bracelet? If not, you NEED to get one.


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    Re: Pulled the trigger...TSAR on the way

    No bracelet, but it's going to live on a Zulu anyway. Ive got a leather NATO from C&B it'll look great on.

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    Re: Pulled the trigger...TSAR on the way

    I did too.

    I have a bracelet already, don't know if I'll keep it. My TSAR will be a true beater, I think it'll be a NATO-only watch.
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    Re: Pulled the trigger...TSAR on the way

    Congrats for your new T-SAR! The SAR's are great watches no matter if you go quartz or auto. I like the reasonable size and love the tall bezel, tritium is definitely the best lume you can get. The good thing with these, is that you can fit them on many different straps, even if for me, their is nothing to replace the original bracelet ; )

    Hope you enjoy it for many years to come!

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    Re: Pulled the trigger...TSAR on the way

    The price made me consider for a brief moment whether I should grab a quartz beater ( I came to my senses though). It's a great looking rugged watch. Congrats on your incoming TSAR!
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    Re: Pulled the trigger...TSAR on the way

    I've had 4 or 5 TSAR's... you won't be disappointed. I love them... I don't know why I never keep them, though.
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