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Post by koimaster » August 25th 2021, 11:24am

A watch with a flat sapphire crystal so it doesn’t chip when you bang into stuff in close quarters.

A watch with the highest industry luminosity so you can see it when control is rigged for dark, or in your rack, or during a casualty.

A watch with stylish leather NATO strap so it looks good in those type III NWUs or out on the town.

A watch with a 45mm, 316L stainless steel case so when you wear it, you KNOW it’s there. ... tjkpz2LJJY


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Re: The Bubblehead

Post by Mark1 » August 25th 2021, 8:03pm

If the bubble brains are worried about tight spaces, they might go smaller than 45mm. Just a thought.
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Re: The Bubblehead

Post by jason_recliner » August 26th 2021, 3:07am

conjurer wrote:
August 25th 2021, 10:19pm
jason_recliner wrote:
August 25th 2021, 6:51pm
Not being a submariner myself, I'd feel like a bit of a dick wearing one of these.
Me as well. However, Tobes, you're far more than a bit of a dick, and I say that as I love you like a brother.
Fuck you, you motherfucking fuck!

On the other hand, fair call.
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Re: The Bubblehead

Post by bbattle » August 26th 2021, 3:23pm

My team lead was stationed on a boomer. They had plenty of room for a 45mm watch.

On the other hand, I had a class with two ex-submariners stationed on attack subs. They didn't have room for nothing. Somebody farts, the entire ship smells it; for days.

On the other, other hand, I have a coworker that was stationed on an aircraft carrier. They have to send out search parties to find missing personnel.
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