Rolex Explorer Was Exposed to Seawater

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Re: Rolex Explorer Was Exposed to Seawater

Post by MAX » June 17th 2022, 11:21am

Was only going to sample parts and wound up watching the whole thing. Ive been accused of having all the patience in the world but that guy certainly does. Super skill level, maybe god mode.
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Re: Rolex Explorer Was Exposed to Seawater

Post by Bigjimzlll » June 17th 2022, 9:36pm

MAX wrote:
June 17th 2022, 11:21am
Was only going to sample parts and wound up watching the whole thing. Ive been accused of having all the patience in the world but that guy certainly does. Super skill level, maybe god mode.
He made it look "easy"...lol. Like if I had the imagination to do it...that's exactly how'd I do it...
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