Commemorative "Grand" Divers

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Re: Commemorative "Grand" Divers

Post by Watch Noob » January 7th 2021, 12:52pm

I never got into this style of GD, however I do enjoy the original styling owning 4 myself with Miyota 8215's that I will keep plus a Pro Diver with SW200 and oil pressed dial. I changed the crystal out in the black version some weeks ago as my first project.

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Got rid of my other Invicters a long time ago with the exception of a Sub Auqa Normer III that I never wear.
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Re: Commemorative "Grand" Divers

Post by koimaster » January 7th 2021, 3:58pm

codguy wrote:
January 7th 2021, 12:34pm
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This guy loves him some 47mm Toilet Watches


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Re: Commemorative "Grand" Divers

Post by TemerityB » January 7th 2021, 4:39pm

koimaster wrote:
January 7th 2021, 3:58pm


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Warning............ do not view on weak stomach

https://watchintyme.com/index.php?threa ... rs.722991/
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All that time here, he was hiding his dive cases and Value Pays.

I knew it all along.
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Re: Commemorative "Grand" Divers

Post by Watch Noob » January 7th 2021, 5:23pm

codguy wrote:
January 7th 2021, 5:17pm
Noob-
The term toilet watch came about because the owner of the three in OP stated......... if the wartch was turned upside down, it would resemble a commode.

Sorry.
No offense take by me bro. I never realized it, but after looking again at the Diver Dan logo it does look like a crapper. :bvbvbv:
I don't care for that design, but I posted I do still like the original design (pics posted). Now they've gone and screwed that up too by making it 50 or 52mm :dssd:
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Re: Commemorative "Grand" Divers

Post by kevco » January 8th 2021, 8:07am

Watch Noob wrote:
January 7th 2021, 12:52pm
I never got into this style of GD, however I do enjoy the original styling owning 4 myself with Miyota 8215's that I will keep plus a Pro Diver with SW200 and oil pressed dial. I changed the crystal out in the black version some weeks ago as my first project.

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Got rid of my other Invicters a long time ago with the exception of a Sub Auqa Normer III that I never wear.

I still have 3-4. The yellow dial version shown here, which is one that I own, has been a very decent watch.
GD probably the best model they ever came out with.
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