What if we named it with no co-relation to it's ancestors.
Seahorse (that would rub omega seamaster fans the wrong way, which is good)
Toad (shape is about right)
Sea bear (which is tougher than diamonds)
We could also name it soldier names as it was famously worn in the viet war era i suppose?
Mick Jagger (cause he has the original 6309)
Just to be very different
Also I thought we had settled this in one of the other threads that these should be known as
by settled I mean I saw someone suggest that name and then I seconded it and I was pretty sure that was that
This looks to me like a fat kid's legs on a pogo stick :/
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Last edited by Chronopolis; November 18th, 2015 at 07:18.
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I think the Turtle works. I will say that I have always liked them called "cushion" cases over turtle.
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