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    Watches hard at work

    It may have been designed for diving, but I love how hard my Submariner works. I'm chipping mortar off over 2000 hand-made hundred year old bricks to use in a feature wall in the new house we are building. Of course, I still need to know the time, and my trusty SubC is there as always, covered in brick and mortar dust.



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    Re: Watches hard at work

    I like to wear the Gekota K3 @ work; excellent timekeeper and no aluminum/sapphire bezel to scratch or chip.

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    Re: Watches hard at work

    Quote Originally Posted by arcadelt View Post
    It may have been designed for diving, but I love how hard my Submariner works. I'm chipping mortar off over 2000 hand-made hundred year old bricks to use in a feature wall in the new house we are building. Of course, I still need to know the time, and my trusty SubC is there as always, covered in brick and mortar dust.



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    You're a braver man than most. I used to wear my explorer II while wrenching in the garage. Resulted in a trip to Rolex for a new crystal.
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    This thing used to eat up the laundry tasks without barely raising a sweat.

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    I'm working for the weekend, does that count?

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    Re: Watches hard at work

    Quote Originally Posted by arcadelt View Post
    It may have been designed for diving, but I love how hard my Submariner works. I'm chipping mortar off over 2000 hand-made hundred year old bricks to use in a feature wall in the new house we are building. Of course, I still need to know the time, and my trusty SubC is there as always, covered in brick and mortar dust.

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    I'm silly in the extreme when it comes to wearing watches but even I cast it off when I'm driving a hammer and chisel.

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    Re: Watches hard at work

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    I'm silly in the extreme when it comes to wearing watches but even I cast it off when I'm driving a hammer and chisel.
    It's a skill I have...I mean being silly. My hammer and chisel skills are pretty poor really.

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