How bad can it be TV edition part 2????

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Re: How bad can it be TV edition part 2????

Post by ocean » February 23rd 2021, 2:57pm

studmuffin wrote:
February 23rd 2021, 12:22pm
Where's the review? LOL... I can't find a watch anywhere, but then again, who cares. If that's a place holder, I'm stealing the image.
Try page 1.
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Re: How bad can it be TV edition part 2????

Post by Watch Noob » February 23rd 2021, 3:05pm

Hmmm, I think I bought my wife the 42mm version years ago and it's sitting around here somewhere, she never wears it. I may have to break that bad boy out myself and wear it. I think it's gold tone though which I'm not a fan. I do like the design though. **(@
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Re: How bad can it be TV edition part 2????

Post by smellody » February 23rd 2021, 6:42pm

Watch Noob wrote:
February 23rd 2021, 3:05pm
Hmmm, I think I bought my wife the 42mm version years ago and it's sitting around here somewhere, she never wears it. I may have to break that bad boy out myself and wear it. I think it's gold tone though which I'm not a fan. I do like the design though. **(@
If you find it, I bet the strap will be in a million pieces or will just be a sticky, powdery substance. That's what happened to my Dad's. I've been looking for a replacement strap for years.
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Re: How bad can it be TV edition part 2????

Post by studmuffin » February 23rd 2021, 11:09pm

jason_recliner wrote:
February 23rd 2021, 6:49pm
Studmuffin is baaaaaaack!!!!
I was referencing Koi's post. He shouldn't do that to an old guy like me. Although I must admit, I wasn't disappointed.

I do drift in and out quite a bit. My passion for watches hasn't dimmed, it's just that I have other interests and only so much time. My American Legion Post saw fit to make me an "ossifer," no one else wanted the job. I do enjoy wit on this forum, and I pick up a nugget or two along the way.
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