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    Inspector II pics

    Hi Guys.

    I have read on a few other posts about the lack of good pictures of this model. I am not a great photographer but maybe a few of mine can help show the beauty of this one.

    Enjoy,

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    Re: Inspector II pics

    That is one DIFFERENT watch!

    I especially like the date position. They probably had to have a date wheel specially made. Thank you for posting these pictures, a now a member or two who will really enjoy them!
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    Re: Inspector II pics

    Looks good... Now how about some wristshots...

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    Re: Inspector II pics

    Hi David,

    Thanks a lot for sharing these great pics of your Inspector II!

    The Inspector II is a very cool and unique looking piece. And, as with the EMII Moon Glow, the Inspector II has the patented tritium tube illuminated calendar date.
    Take care,
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    Re: Inspector II pics

    I've been offered the opportunity to give David's Inspector II a new home. I have accepted.......wrist shots will be posted once it arrives.
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    Re: Inspector II pics

    Quote Originally Posted by CalDiver View Post
    I've been offered the opportunity to give David's Inspector II a new home. I have accepted.......wrist shots will be posted once it arrives.
    Wow, congrats, Chris!

    You, Sir, are on a TEAR!
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    Re: Inspector II pics

    Quote Originally Posted by Time2watch View Post
    That is one DIFFERENT watch!

    I especially like the date position. They probably had to have a date wheel specially made. Thank you for posting these pictures, a now a member or two who will really enjoy them!
    It's different, but it's also an interesting meld of several models. The dial is essentially that of the Engineer Hydrocarbon Classic. The illuminated Moon Glow date is shared with the Engineer Master II Moon Glow. And the hands match up with the Engineer Master II Classic.

    But the case and bracelet really put this one out there!

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