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    ABTW Orient Ray review

    this came on youtube today, tought you might like it if i share.....


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    I-B, nothing to do with this thread at all, are there any more pictures of your Wempe Zeitmeister watch ?

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    Ohhhh, Ariel! It's bi-directional winding honey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steppy View Post
    are there any more pictures of your Wempe Zeitmeister watch ?
    It's in my safe for the moment. I already posted in WRUW one time, but when i will wear it, i will take some more pictures of it. I only make phonepic's when i actually am wearing the watch, i don't have a camera and also do i lack photographical skillz .Usually i prefer to wear affordables and quartz. My more expensive pieces get little (and some even none) wrist-time.
    Last edited by I-B; Jun 19, 2015 at 06:34 PM.

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    " water resistant to 200 meters, so not a true professional diver"



    Nerfball.

    Great looking watch, though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    " water resistant to 200 meters, so not a true professional diver"



    Nerfball.

    Great looking watch, though!
    After years in the job, the extent of that guy's knowledge is nothing but half-remembered press releases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    After years in the job, the extent of that guy's knowledge is nothing but half-remembered press releases.
    Ha ha...Your observation is the same as mine, but seeing as he likes Seikos and owns a few nice ones himself he still gets the coveted "Domo seal of approval"

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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    " water resistant to 200 meters, so not a true professional diver"



    Nerfball.

    Great looking watch, though!
    Not that simple, I'm afraid.

    What makes a dive watch a dive watch? - Wach Time article:

    http://www.watchtime.com/featured/dive-watch-defined/

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