Tate. Shield in japanese.
Desmond is a nice name.
What's with all the pressure to come up with a nick name before it's even in anyone's hands?
And if one must be place on it, why would it change away from the turtle? Both the monster and tuna underwent far more drastic changes to the dial and hands, and yet they still carry their names. I can't think of a logical reason to change it. Why hide it's heritage?
Yertle the Turtle.
"I'm Yertle the Turtle! Oh, marvelous me!
For I am the ruler of all that I see!"
Never mind that Yertle was a jerk. Or do mind. I'm just joking around anyway.
Hey, wait. Someone suggested sticking with "S" names. Seiko Seuss? Too many degrees of separation? Might be worse than Yertle.
names shouldn't be listed and picked by vote it should come through a natural process after the watches have been out there for a while.
a time tellin' noob
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7002-7000 (7/91 Loy), SRP227, SNXS79, SSC031, SNKL45, SNX993, SARB033 SPIRIT,
SRP775, SRP773, SNXS77, SNKE79 -- CASIO EFA-124 World Time -- CITIZEN NY2300 Pepsi
DEEP BLUE All Purpose 1K -- KARLSKRONA Baltic Shield Gray -- scurfa Diver One ND513RD Black
HEIMDALLR Sharkey 62MAS Green -- NEWEST: HELM Komodo black/lt blue
We could also call it the Seiko Excalibur after the sword-like logo at the 12 o'clock. To call it a Pogo is a definite NO NO. I know i know we already have a Citizen Excalibur but i find this name much more appropriate for this watch.
Ok it's settled...... I hereby call it the Seiko Excalibur.
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