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    Do we need counting threads here?

    I just love counting watches. If you think we need (don't need) counting thread here, post your opinion...
    If yes, please propose what to count.

    Here are some ideas:

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    Cheers, Piowa

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    I lost track at 'several'

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    I love to follow your counting threads. It is how I have learned about some of the watches I have bought before I made a purchase.

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    Now, maybe I'm not the guy to speak to this but, CERTAINLY is my answer!!

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    Absolutely!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piowa View Post
    I just love counting watches. If you think we need (don't need) counting thread here, post your opinion...
    If yes, please propose what to count.

    Here are some ideas:

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    Cheers, Piowa
    yes if done the way you have laid it out then most assuredly.. it was tried on another thread but it became a blurry of Casio..... where how you have done it. it is easy to read and to check well done
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    Do we need counting threads here?

    I m in Piowa and keep this place going :-) 1 Ruby Frogman GWF T1000BS as a start :-)



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    How in the world do you already have 1149 posts?!!! You joined in November!!!

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    I lost track at 'several'

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    Absolutely Sir Piowa.

    Lets start with GF8200

    I have the GF-8250ER-2

    Now on its new wetsuit resin from a 8200BK


    Quote Originally Posted by Piowa View Post
    I just love counting watches. If you think we need (don't need) counting thread here, post your opinion...
    If yes, please propose what to count.

    Here are some ideas:

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    Name:  GDX-6900.jpg
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    Name:  GD-100.jpg
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    Name:  GWF-1000.jpg
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    Name:  GD-400.jpg
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    Cheers, Piowa

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    That was my first impression too when i saw the post :-)
    Quote Originally Posted by Rocat View Post
    How in the world do you already have 1149 posts?!!! You joined in November!!!

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