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    We are proud to announce the launch of the Feynman Cove micro-site.

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    Re: The first and most versatile dive watch by Feynman Timekeepers

    I applaud the originality. This one isn't for me, but I see some interesting details that make me think this company will produce some exciting stuff.
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    Re: The first and most versatile dive watch by Feynman Timekeepers

    Are you sure this is a dive watch?

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    Re: The first and most versatile dive watch by Feynman Timekeepers

    ^^^ Ditto, It's quite fashionable and may appeal to a different market. Worth exploring that aspect on your part...
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    Re: The first and most versatile dive watch by Feynman Timekeepers

    Hmm, it is interesting, I sort of like it, case design looks nice, not just your ordinary slab sided case, sort of has a Sumo look, dial and hands are certainly unique, I am however hot and cold on knurled crowns, sort of wished it had better executed crown design but all in all, it's a neat piece imo.

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    Re: The first and most versatile dive watch by Feynman Timekeepers

    Quote Originally Posted by Biginboca View Post
    Are you sure this is a dive watch?
    They must have got mixed up and meant to call it something else.
    Theres no dive watch here.
    But good luck regardless OP, hope you sell many.
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    Re: The first and most versatile dive watch by Feynman Timekeepers

    I like the looks of these. While not a dive watch, it’s an attractive alternative in the Aqua Terra vein.
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    Re: The first and most versatile dive watch by Feynman Timekeepers

    Does have a rotating inner bezel, looks very dressy though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Biginboca View Post
    Are you sure this is a dive watch?
    May I know why do you say so?
    As it has every aspect of a dive watch from our specs.

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