Smiths Caribbean Homage 40 mm; 1000 meters

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Re: Smiths Caribbean Homage 40 mm; 1000 meters

Post by conjurer » April 30th 2020, 10:51pm

Normally, any Smiths watch makes me break out in hives and violently blast diarrhea like dysentery. But these don't look too fucking awful.
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Re: Smiths Caribbean Homage 40 mm; 1000 meters

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » May 1st 2020, 10:12am

I'd say it's a viable alternative to a Glycine Airman Double Twelve, rather than a dive watch. As a vacation beater or a kitchen timer, I guess it's not half bad. 1000m WR is definitely overkill, though. Just a redundant, really big number for people with a really small cock.

Still, at least it's not a Doxa or anything by fucking Synchron.
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Re: Smiths Caribbean Homage 40 mm; 1000 meters

Post by biglove » May 1st 2020, 11:39am

Was just about to post the same, Alain.
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