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Old 10-06-2009, 06:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Going with my new Pro Diver today! THANKS guys!!








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Can't believe it has been almost a week since I wore my SAN III


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I can't wait to see that watch in person at the GGT in PA Tuna. I love that watch and how it looks. Do you have a wrist shot of that watch on you?
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10 year old g-shock. beat to hell, but still running.
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I can't wait to see that watch in person at the GGT in PA Tuna. I love that watch and how it looks. Do you have a wrist shot of that watch on you?
I guess that means that I had better bring this one out if I can make it. I'll pack it just for you James. I can get a wrister for you.
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words cannot describe this piece



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Its a heavy piece -but well balanced -you know its there but its not uncomfortable -which i was concerned about due to the height



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It is VERY evenly balanced which is one of the things I like most about my SAS
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It is VERY evenly balanced which is one of the things I like most about my SAS
Agreed....very comfortable due to the balance I think.
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andrema - interesting photoshop filter for your picture. which filter did you use?
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