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    Wink Do you have sub-categories of divers in your collection???

    I do!! I've created sub-categories of a sub-category of watches!

    I have Sport Divers, Dress Divers, and BEAST divers! (in reality, it's just an excuse to buy more divers!)

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    Sport Diver, Sinn U1-ST:


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    Dress Diver, Seiko MM600:


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    BEAST diver, Orient OSD300:


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    Re: Do you have sub-categories of divers in your collection???

    Chrono divers, GMT divers and 3 handers are about as far as I get.
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    Re: Do you have sub-categories of divers in your collection???

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    Re: Do you have sub-categories of divers in your collection???

    One’s I wear and ones I don’t are my two categories. I must have least 30 seiko’s, glycine, Casio, citizen and micro brands that never see the light of day.
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    Re: Do you have sub-categories of divers in your collection???

    Quote Originally Posted by Time4Playnow View Post
    I do!! I've created sub-categories of a sub-category of watches!

    I have Sport Divers, Dress Divers, and BEAST divers! (in reality, it's just an excuse to buy more divers!)

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    Sport Diver, Sinn U1-ST:

    Not to cause any distress, but the first thing I thought of about the picture of your Sinn is the slightly misaligned hour markers to the minute hashes. They look like they were printed ever so slightly counter-clockwise. If the watch is still under warranty, I'm sure they would fix it no problemo.

    As for watch categories I only have two: "beaters" (ones that I wouldn't blink if I lost, destroyed or damaged) and the rest I care more about.

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    Re: Do you have sub-categories of divers in your collection???

    Quote Originally Posted by BavarianZHP View Post
    Not to cause any distress, but the first thing I thought of about the picture of your Sinn is the slightly misaligned hour markers to the minute hashes. They look like they were printed ever so slightly counter-clockwise. If the watch is still under warranty, I'm sure they would fix it no problemo.

    As for watch categories I only have two: "beaters" (ones that I wouldn't blink if I lost, destroyed or damaged) and the rest I care more about.
    There is no mis-alignment to speak of - photos can be misleading. Furthermore, it is very poor form to point out deficiencies that you believe are present on someone else's watch - unless you were asked to do so.

    Please keep your OCD tendencies to yourself. Thank you.
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    Re: Do you have sub-categories of divers in your collection???

    ...and for the provocative WIS, UN offers some muff divers

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    Re: Do you have sub-categories of divers in your collection???

    Quote Originally Posted by Time4Playnow View Post
    There is no mis-alignment to speak of - photos can be misleading. Furthermore, it is very poor form to point out deficiencies that you believe are present on someone else's watch - unless you were asked to do so.

    Please keep your OCD tendencies to yourself. Thank you.
    I agree. Photo's can be misleading, that's why I said "look". I also agree that it can be rude to point out mistakes, but then again it wasn't my intention to be rude. From my point of view I saw two photos from two different perspectives and came to a single conclusion. They certainly can be perfectly aligned IRL, but to me they weren't from those two photos. Doesn't mean I have to keep all deficiencies to myself though, we all have the right to express our opinions on things (even "I dislike" or "I hate" that) as long as it's constructive or not overly offensive.

    EDIT: And finally, I apologize to you for pointing (incorrectly) that out. My mistake. Thank you for clarifying.
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    Re: Do you have sub-categories of divers in your collection???

    Quote Originally Posted by BavarianZHP View Post
    I agree. Photo's can be misleading, that's why I said "look". I also agree that it can be rude to point out mistakes, but then again it wasn't my intention to be rude. From my point of view I saw two photos from two different perspectives and came to a single conclusion. They certainly can be perfectly aligned IRL, but to me they weren't from those two photos. Doesn't mean I have to keep all deficiencies to myself though, we all have the right to express our opinions on things (even "I dislike" or "I hate" that) as long as it's constructive or not overly offensive.

    I fail to see how pointing out some nitnoid, petty things about someone else's watch can be considered "constructive."

    FYI, I did look at it very carefully, under magnification, after receiving the watch. There are no issues.

    And yes, you are free to express whatever opinions you have. I am also free to use the "ignore" function of this forum.
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    Re: Do you have sub-categories of divers in your collection???

    Quote Originally Posted by Time4Playnow View Post
    I fail to see how pointing out some nitnoid, petty things about someone else's watch can be considered "constructive."

    FYI, I did look at it very carefully, under magnification, after receiving the watch. There are no issues.

    And yes, you are free to express whatever opinions you have. I am also free to use the "ignore" function of this forum.
    You're taking this way too personal man. To be clear, it's constructive in the fact that if the observation was right (and pointing out a fixable manufacturer defect) you'd be able to get it corrected. Like "Oh, I see that and never noticed that before. I'll get that fixed". See? People pointing out errors that the photographer missed happens ALL the time. It can be helpful and constructive. Like pointing out spinach between someone's teeth. Sure, it can be rude but come on. Like I said, your follow-up message cleared it up. They are in fact all aligned - so it's my mistake. I admit to it, I apologized for my error. But don't go telling me what I did is harmful and should not ever be done.
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