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Post by gerdson » March 7th 2018, 5:58am

Oh je... welcome. But, uhm, if You only showed up in order to advertise Your Tourbillon, good luck with that.
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Post by catnap » March 7th 2018, 6:40am

gerdson wrote:Oh je... welcome. But, uhm, if You only showed up in order to advertise Your Tourbillon, good luck with that.

I’ve seen it gerdy. I nearly pulled the trigger were it not for ‘manafacturing mistake’ on the case back and not coming on a NATO. If I’m paying $500 plus for a dive watch these things matter.
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Post by gandalfwr » March 7th 2018, 7:56am

Airframer wrote:Welcome, Gandalf!
What is your Water Resistance? Are we talking a light rain or swimming pool, here?


Hello!

I searched about water resistance.

3 ATM: 30 meters/100 feet = Everyday use (washing hands, rain, etc). No swimming.
5 ATM: 50 meters/165 feet = Short periods of showering/bathing and swimming. But no diving or snorkeling.
10 ATM: 100 meters/330 feet = Swimming and snorkeling is OK.
20 ATM: 200 meters/660 feet = High-impact water sports and recreational diving.
Diver: 250-300 meters/660-980 feet = Scuba diving. The closest you’ll get to “waterproof.”

I also wear this watch for everyday and I care against water even though manufacturer stated water resistance is 3ATM.
I think it's kind of an affordable dress flying tourbillon watch, not for diving.
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Post by conjurer » March 7th 2018, 8:21am

Welcome, glanddork! GLWS for the terbillion divar wartche. Once you get that squared away, stop by www.AvatarsByConjurer.org to buy a fine, lightly used avatar for your stay here at Watchlords. I am the guy who sells avatars here to the elite, not the jamokes who buy low-class avatars, badlam. His clients are the riff-raff of the watch fora, not like my customers, who are the carriage trade Who Know the Best when they see it, goddamn it. I have some fine avatars for you, starting at 580USD, Paypal Gift accepted.
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Post by foghorn » March 7th 2018, 8:36am

conjurer wrote:Welcome, glanddork! GLWS for the terbillion divar wartche. Once you get that squared away, stop by http://www.AvatarsByConjurer.org to buy a fine, lightly used avatar for your stay here at Watchlords. I am the guy who sells avatars here to the elite, not the jamokes who buy low-class avatars, badlam. His clients are the riff-raff of the watch fora, not like my customers, who are the carriage trade Who Know the Best when they see it, goddamn it. I have some fine avatars for you, starting at 580USD, Paypal Gift accepted.




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Post by conjurer » March 7th 2018, 9:15am

foghorn wrote:
conjurer wrote:Welcome, glanddork! GLWS for the terbillion divar wartche. Once you get that squared away, stop by http://www.AvatarsByConjurer.org to buy a fine, lightly used avatar for your stay here at Watchlords. I am the guy who sells avatars here to the elite, not the jamokes who buy low-class avatars, badlam. His clients are the riff-raff of the watch fora, not like my customers, who are the carriage trade Who Know the Best when they see it, goddamn it. I have some fine avatars for you, starting at 580USD, Paypal Gift accepted.




Dibs on the upcoming Susans Boil collection # 1 of 100


Sorry, foggy, but this collection has been long sold out on Kickstarter. Oh, wait a minute.... Yup, poor old Mort forgot to sign his personal check. And a fine check it is, to, with pictures of the Care Bears drinking Sanka. His number was #122 of 100. I can hold this fine avatar for you, foggy, for only 1175USD. No personal checks, please, only wire transfers via the UAE!
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Post by Hawk » March 7th 2018, 9:22am

Welcome!

Got any pics of K-Pop babes? Are you perchance a K-Pop babe?

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Post by conjurer » March 7th 2018, 9:25am

Hawk wrote:Welcome!

Got any pics of K-Pop babes? Are you perchance a K-Pop babe?

I had a 12 hour stop in Incheon and it was all Thai Air could do to get my gross backside out of the lounge.


Leave it to Mr. Hawk to pull this thread back to something important.
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Post by OTMF » March 7th 2018, 1:36pm

conjurer wrote:
Hawk wrote:Welcome!

Got any pics of K-Pop babes? Are you perchance a K-Pop babe?

I had a 12 hour stop in Incheon and it was all Thai Air could do to get my gross backside out of the lounge.


Leave it to Mr. Hawk to pull this thread back to something important.

I don't agree more!
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