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Thread: Just in from FedEx...

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    Just in from FedEx...

    The FedEx man delivered my new Aegir CD-1 diver today. It is the grey dialed version...here are a few quick shots:







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    Congratulations! I am digging the clean look.

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    Congrats! looks good.
    Regards Cam

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    Nice watch! Applied indices make a big difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shemp View Post
    Nice watch! Applied indices make a big difference.
    That is what I like about the Aegir models , their attention to details and great CS!

    Another shot:


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    Love it! Congrats!

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    That's pretty nice. Congrats!!!

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    While it doesn't have a strong immediate appeal to me, it appears to be a quality piece with (as you point out) close attention to detail.

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    Wow. A really sharp, clean watch. Congrats.

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    Loving the lume shot! Congrats!

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