I must be the exception 'round these parts. I own exactly two dive-style watches, one bought many years ago, and another just recently, but they're just beaters, both in worth and in my perception of them. I'm not hooked on dive watches at all, and actually could care less. I'll state it again: I don't own a space helmet since I'm not an astronaut. I'm probably never going diving, so....? And while we're on the subject, when I start timing foot races, I'll get really excited about chronos; gimme a 2824 and I'm ready to go. People say, "then why do you like Rolex so much?" I answer that the Cellini collection and the Oysters are my own personal great white whales, and invariably they say something "what's a Cellini" or that they're "unmanly." Screw you, goober; some of us have to be somewhere at night instead of perched in front of the Tee Vee watching Dancing With Your Dog or whatever.
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