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NameMike Kowalczyk
Date2007-01-23
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MessageBTW my email is KillerKowalczyk@hotmail.com just incase you didnt get my email address.


NameMike Kowalczyk
Date2007-01-19
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MessageIm about to get a Tissot Seastar 1000 (blue face)

How do I go about changing the watches hands like you did???? Is there a DIY guide somewhere on the internet or does a jeweller have to do it. Also, what are you thoughts on PVD coating for watches besides them looking cool, how long does it last? Can you get darker grey or black coatings rather than the usual dark grey color?
Thanks.


Namezak
Date2007-01-07
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MessageHi There great site some fantastic watches...is the O&W ID3077 for sale?

Many Thanks

Zak


NameKarsten
Date2007-01-03
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MessageNice pics and valuable info but i am missing the fifty fathoms!


NameEddy Gonzalez
Date2006-12-29
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Messagegood Work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


NameRobert
Date2006-11-04
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MessageHi, Great collection & pics! I'm curious about your Tissot Seastar 1000: The mkII hands are a great improvement-just wondering why you didn't complete the theme w/ a mkII Plongeur dial? My guesses: 1) You liked the stock dial. 2) mkII dial the wrong size? or 3) You thought that the black mkII dial wouldn't be a good match w/ the lighter (grey) bezel. I haven't seen other variations of the black Seastar 1000's, but I've seen pics of darker-looking (?) black dials w/ white minutes chapter, rather than the red chapter on the 1000 you had.


NameClay
Date2006-09-25
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MessageAllways informative...


Nametaras
Date2006-09-08
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MessageAWESOME SITE-KEEP IT UP!!!!


NameJussi Mozo
Date2006-09-05
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MessageCheers,

I have been around divers watches and sites devoted to them for plenty of years and I have tell you this - your site rocks! smilie

Not only have you created a site that is one of the few places you can really see not just good but great pics of these cult items but you have done it with a style that is your own and pays tribute to the heritage of old timers. This site is an example of what the internet can offer at its best for the divers watch coinnoisseur.

Great Work smilie


NameDoug Darter
Date2006-09-02
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MessageHello,

I have enjoyed your site tremendously, and will continue to find it a useful resource. The photographs are really fist class. You are to be commended.

You have a very representative collection, without too much focus. Some of the watches I have, others I would love to own. Keep up the excellent work.


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