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    Re: My first Aquadive

    Wow.... That freaken beautiful with that yellow bracelet. Love it. Can't wait for mine to come.

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    Re: My first Aquadive

    This one will be a forever keeper. I will probably take this one to Scotland with me next year.
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    Re: My first Aquadive

    That will be such a great summer beach watch on that yellow strap.
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    Re: My first Aquadive

    (As posted elsewhere)

    Me too..., me too...

    First of all, some swag...



    Nice presentation...



    Don't forget to look under the cushion...



    Please forgive the shipping dust...









    Where's that Logo?



    I may have to do an unboxing thread. Nice box and packaging (which is important to me, if I pay a decent amount of money). Really impressed, very hefty! Was surprised that it is 1000 meter depth (originally, that was up in the air as.well). Only a couple of complaints... these old 60+ year old eyes really can't see the rehaut for the GMT... it's really just a guess, the bezel action is good but my big ol' fingers tend to slip off. I was surprised the Isofrane strap did not have the buckle marked as Aquadive or their symbol. It is ID'd as Isofrane on the backside. Was pleased that it came with the yellow strap mounted. You could say it POPS!

    Quality all the way. As mentioned, I had some ordering and Customs/FedEx problems that Aquadive CS didn't hesitate and jumped right in and helped!

    Thanx AD... great job!!
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    Re: My first Aquadive

    Quote Originally Posted by I Like em BIG ! ! View Post
    (As posted elsewhere)

    Me too..., me too...

    First of all, some swag...



    Nice presentation...



    Don't forget to look under the cushion...



    Please forgive the shipping dust...









    Where's that Logo?



    I may have to do an unboxing thread. Nice box and packaging (which is important to me, if I pay a decent amount of money). Really impressed, very hefty! Was surprised that it is 1000 meter depth (originally, that was up in the air as.well). Only a couple of complaints... these old 60+ year old eyes really can't see the rehaut for the GMT... it's really just a guess, the bezel action is good but my big ol' fingers tend to slip off. I was surprised the Isofrane strap did not have the buckle marked as Aquadive or their symbol. It is ID'd as Isofrane on the backside. Was pleased that it came with the yellow strap mounted. You could say it POPS!

    Quality all the way. As mentioned, I had some ordering and Customs/FedEx problems that Aquadive CS didn't hesitate and jumped right in and helped!

    Thanx AD... great job!!
    Awesome pictures. Thanks for posting. So they are 1000m. nice
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    Can’t believe I missed this one - great looking watch!
    Current collection: Rolex Sea Dweller 16600, Rolex GMT 16750 Pepsi, New Rolex Air King, Sinn 856 UTC Schwartz

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    Re: My first Aquadive

    Quote Originally Posted by mattconeill View Post
    Can’t believe I missed this one - great looking watch!
    You didn't, still 34 pieces left, grab one before they're gone: https://shop.aquadive.com/product/aq...-poseidon-gmt/

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