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NameJuha aka (Johny) Niemi
Date2007-09-22
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MessageHello from finland,land of snow and ice,very dark waters.
Summer is allmost over and winter is knocking on the doors,but diving newer ending...

I use finnish watch maker,and the watch i use is suunto stinger.

i say to ewerybody have a nice time in the h2o! smilie


NameEd Breaux
Date2007-09-08
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MessageGreat site, wonderful watches. Keep up the good work.


NameTim Fram
Date2007-08-31
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MessageNice website!


NameTommaso Pratesi
Date2007-08-13
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MessageI HAVE VISITED YOUR WONDERFUL SITE FEELING A THRILL, AS WHEN I WAS A YOUNG BOY (NOW I AM 39) I HAD A NUMBER OF SIXTIES AND SEVENTIES DIVERS WATCH, THAT I ALWAYS THOUGHT WERE FAR BETTER THAN SOME SELF-SAYING ELEGANT WATCHES WORN BY MANY PEOPLE. I'M TALKING ABOUT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN ASPIC SANDWICH AND WOOD-OVEN BAKED BREAD WITH PATA-NEGRA HAM!
NOW I ONLY WEAR BASIC DESIGN SWATCHES, BUT ONE DAY I WILL JOIN MY PASSION AGAIN.
WHAT ABOUT CLASSIC IWC AQUATIMER?


NameMike
Date2007-07-29
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MessageGreat site! I have always loved dive watches and didn't realize there was such a variety of these unique watches. It made me pull out my very modest collection and reminisce a little. Keep it up so the rest of us can watch and drool.


NameMichael Clemmons
Date2007-07-22
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MessageVery interesting site. I too have a great interest in dive watches though my collection is a humble one. I have a Rolex Submariner(LV), a Seiko Black Monster, a Citizen titanium Eco drive, a St. Moritz Momentum with quartz movement and with a depth rating of 500m. Really enjoyed the site.


NameFran├žois Dermaux
Date2007-07-14
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MessageI like your website. I visit it regularly to take a break, and dream of the next dive...
I think the Auricoste on your home page looks great. The Spirotechnique company in Paris is about to release a new version of it (available from next September. Pre-orders possible), with new box, new bands...and new price. It's worth it.
Kind regards
Fran├žois


NameJeff Jenkins
Date2007-06-28
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MessageDropped in from the OCEAN7 forum on WUS. Glad you got your LM-2. I have the LM-1,2 and 3 along with a Bathys, a Luminox and a Rolex GMT. You've got a great site here. I'm not going to take it all in at once. I think I'll check out a few of your watches at a time to stretch it out. Anyway, you have a VERY nice collection! smilie I'm so jealous.


NameTrevor or Karmatp on the forums
Date2007-06-23
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MessageReally enjoyed your site, I have a few of those watches and their is a few more I would like to have, nice reference place for me. Take care my friend...Trevor smilie


Namebobby arroyo
Date2007-05-15
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MessageGreat site, I thoroughly enjoyed myself. As a proud owner of a Tudor Submariner (79190) this site just beckoned to me.

I will definitely be coming back time and time again to enjoy this.

Thanks. BTW, hearing again the theme song of 'Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea' brought back quite a few memories.

BobArroyo


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