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    Member Nigel's Avatar
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    Citizen Promaster Excalibur

    A few more pictures of my promaster diver, had this watch about 6 months now and it is really serviceable it can be worn in all sorts of conditions and is really standing up well to my outdoor life style, here are a few adventure pics in the wilds of North Wales.Name:  P6260049.jpg
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    The Dude Abides Nokie's Avatar
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    Nice pictures. I like the long hands and legible dial.
    "Either He's Dead, Or My Watch Has Stopped....."
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    Lovely pics of a very handsome watch

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    Nice pics and yes, these Citizens are always up to the task!

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    El bot. geoffbot's Avatar
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    Looks solid. Nice pics too - good to see it being used properly. Welcome to the forum!
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    Thank you for the warm welcome once again yes i love to use my watches properly im not frightened of them theyre all a lot better built than me

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    welcome! great pix - love Citizen - just missed a great 70's Chrono tonight

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    Very nice! Well-balanced design, superb quality. Congrats!

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    I'm thinking of putting mine on a nato.

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