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  1. Public Forum
    Much of the watch collecting hobby, is about enablement. One or more collectors, gently nudging another towards functions, styles, heritage, brands, and models that they might find interesting. Sometimes this happens face to face, over one too many pints of winkles old peculiar. Sometimes it...
  2. Omega
    My wife and I had the opportunity to do some off-season diving at the weekend and I brought the Planet Ocean Liquid Metal along for the ride. Here are a few pictures of the trip, hopefully giving some further encouragement to PO owners that this is a watch that can certainly get wet ;-) This...
  3. Omega
    I also posted this over at the JLC forum but, since I mostly post in the Omega forum and I know some of you ladies and gents are interested in diving, I thought I'd also post it here... I bought a JLC Master Compressor Navy Seals Diving Automatic a few months ago and, being an occasional...
  4. Jaeger-LeCoultre
    I bought a JLC Master Compressor Navy Seals Diving Automatic a few months ago and, being an occasional recreational scuba diver, I was itching to take it for a plunge. I brought it along for a short diving trip to an island off Borneo at the weekend and thought I'd share a few pictures and some...
  5. Omega
    None of my watches can be considered safe queens and, consistent with this, I took my Planet Ocean Liquid Metal along for a scuba diving and snorkelling weekend in the South China Sea. I went on three dives, each one to ~20m depth. As you would like to expect and as the title of this thread...
  6. Seiko
    Thought you guys would get a kick out of this... http://videos.howstuffworks.com/howstuffworks/7605-howstuffworks-scuba-cat-commercial-video.htm#mkcpgn=fb3
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