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    Your Diver In The DRINK!!!

    Let's see it!!!

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    Re: Your Diver In The DRINK!!!

    You do not drink that, right ? Desinfected the Sinn and rubber strap before ?
    Unsavory to say at least.
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    Re: Your Diver In The DRINK!!!

    You couldn’t pay me to drink something after putting my watch in it. That’s plain gross
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    Re: Your Diver In The DRINK!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    Desinfected the Sinn and rubber strap before ?
    Ha! The watch was actually thoroughly washed first, after about an hour in the ocean this morning. The alcohol is for disinfecting. And frankly, I'd be more concerned about drinking seawater.

    As for savory - my tasting notes indicate that the beer did, in fact, taste the same...

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    Re: Your Diver In The DRINK!!!

    No thanks. I think I will keep mine on my wrist.
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    Re: Your Diver In The DRINK!!!

    I believe this thread died before it had a chance to get it's feet off the ground. hah!

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    Re: Your Diver In The DRINK!!!

    Umm,, No.

    Whats next ?
    Watch's in the toilet?

    Com'on guys .... lets see em in the toilets !

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    Hmmmm, not a bad way to disinfect. I'm sure that wrist cheese just gets lost in the head anyway.
    You'd never know the difference. I'll drop mine off for you later for a thorough cleaning. Bottoms up!
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    Re: Your Diver In The DRINK!!!

    Half these members do not even trust their watch in a hot tub let along in a drink glass.

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    Re: Your Diver In The DRINK!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by kelticSide View Post
    Half these members do not even trust their watch in a hot tub let along in a drink glass.
    For good reason. Hot tubs almost always will produce condensation under the lens due to "temperature shock" and ethanol (the alcohol in drinks) tends to destroy rubber gaskets depending on the material of course. Viton and Nitrile based rubbers such as Buna-N are fairly resistant but not polyurethane which essentially reacts and dissolves in contact with ethanol.
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