Florijn Een dive watch

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Florijn Een dive watch

Postby koimaster » November 19th 2017, 10:41pm

Price never really played a part in my decision making or affected my overall opinion of a watch. Of course price played a part in what I can afford and what I can’t afford. Other aspects have directly influenced my decision making. When I look for a watch there are certain things that I personally look for, such as crown design/style, the case size, size of the hands in relation/proportion to the dial itself, etc… It makes me laugh when I think about how my preferences have changed over my years of collecting watches. I am able to look back as well at what certain watches have influenced me over the years. I find it very interesting to hear what influences watch designers and to see the final product.

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Re: Florijn Een dive watch

Postby foghorn » November 20th 2017, 4:40am


Finding out the time is about as difficult as finding a cheesburger.
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Re: Florijn Een dive watch

Postby biglove » November 20th 2017, 6:14am

foghorn wrote:meh

That’s being too kind.
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Re: Florijn Een dive watch

Postby TemerityB » November 20th 2017, 6:44am

It glows pretty bright after the initial charge, but fads quicker than I am normally used to.

As we all know, fads come and go.
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Re: Florijn Een dive watch

Postby conjurer » November 20th 2017, 10:16am

TemerityB wrote:It glows pretty bright after the initial charge, but fads quicker than I am normally used to.

As we all know, fads come and go.

Yup. And the writer's lack of commas brings to mind Robert Gattshall.
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Re: Florijn Een dive watch

Postby gerdson » November 20th 2017, 10:52am

Dang. When I read the title, I thougth this was geek speak. I spent about 5 minutes wondering what it might mean... :3
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