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    Even nicer than I thought ...

    I'll let the pictures do the talking ...

















    Kurt

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    Dive Watches & Japanese Moderator OTGabe's Avatar
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    Excellent, Kurt! I used to have one of those and it was deceivingly lightweight and comfortable. Nice pickup!

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    Surprisingly legible for all the stuff it's got. Nice.

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    Missing manual. BlackNomad's Avatar
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    Oh, Skyhawk Titanium, very nice!

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    I like good titanium case for a watch and you have a keeper there!

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    Nice, Kurt! Looks great on you. I was just looking at one of those last week; they are indeed really comfy to wear, and packed with functions. Enjoy your Skyhawk!

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    Very nice. Citizen is one of the best value brands out there IMHO.
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    Always wanted one of those. Good get.
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