Sunday Dive: 07-04-2013 Woodman Point - Seiko SKX007

Sunday Dive: 07-04-2013 Woodman Point - Seiko SKX007

Postby bedlam » April 6th 2013, 9:11pm

A normal club dive but bedlam forgot to reset the white balance on his camera...so the slug is not happy. I managed to get a couple of useable pics of the SKX007 anyway! I wore the 007 to pacify jason_recliner after I said several low-end Seikos were poor dive watches

Visibility was crap and the surge was strong. 21C water and a depth of 8m

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Better luck next time!
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Re: Sunday Dive: 07-04-2013 Woodman Point - Seiko SKX007

Postby conjurer » April 6th 2013, 9:20pm

That slug looks like good eatin'.
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Re: Sunday Dive: 07-04-2013 Woodman Point - Seiko SKX007

Postby bedlam » April 7th 2013, 12:03am

conjurer wrote:That slug looks like good eatin'.

Mmmm...can't say eating them has ever occurred to me Image
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Re: Sunday Dive: 07-04-2013 Woodman Point - Seiko SKX007

Postby Kahuna74 » April 7th 2013, 3:50am

That slug is a pretty cool pic,,
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Re: Sunday Dive: 07-04-2013 Woodman Point - Seiko SKX007

Postby bedlam » April 7th 2013, 4:07am

Kahuna74 wrote:That slug is a pretty cool pic,,

He is only a little fella, about 4 inches long.
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Re: Sunday Dive: 07-04-2013 Woodman Point - Seiko SKX007

Postby conjurer » April 7th 2013, 6:33am

Nice pics, Carl, seriously. It's nice to see a watch meant for the proletariat can stand up to the rigors of the might ocean.
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Re: Sunday Dive: 07-04-2013 Woodman Point - Seiko SKX007

Postby JAS1125 » April 7th 2013, 6:43am

Coolest wrist shots ever Image
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Re: Sunday Dive: 07-04-2013 Woodman Point - Seiko SKX007

Postby ChronoMATT » April 7th 2013, 11:11am

Couldn't help but post your ball-busting, studly photo outtake here, too.

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Re: Sunday Dive: 07-04-2013 Woodman Point - Seiko SKX007

Postby bedlam » April 7th 2013, 1:37pm

ChronoMATT wrote:Couldn't help but post your ball-busting, studly photo outtake here, too.

You will have made eddie's day!
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Re: Sunday Dive: 07-04-2013 Woodman Point - Seiko SKX007

Postby wottime » April 7th 2013, 3:26pm

ChronoMATT wrote:Couldn't help but post your ball-busting, studly photo outtake here, too.

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The slug is cool, but this is awesome. And I agree with Conjurer's statement. Seeing these watches 'at work', doing what most of us desk divers don't do, is refreshing. Truth in advertising. Image

Also, really appreciate your dive adventure pics. Look forward to them. Thanks.
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Re: Sunday Dive: 07-04-2013 Woodman Point - Seiko SKX007

Postby Bluesbro » April 7th 2013, 10:21pm

Beautiful pictures. I have had the urge to learn how to dive. This really stokes the fire. Thank you for the photos.
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