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Very creative of you, nice work! (y)
 

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I thought the W218H was unbreakable, your room mate must be taking great care of his watches 😁

Joke aside, if I was to choose a watch in my collection that could potentially resist a fall from the top of the Empire State Building, I'd choose my W218H over any of my Gs 😉

(ran over by a truck is a different story though, same with deep water dive...)

EDIT: corrected the typo, I obv meant W218H and not W800H (although this one is great as well and would make a serious candidate to survive the free fall).
 

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I thought the W218H was unbreakable, your room mate must be taking great care of his watches 😁

Joke aside, if I was to choose a watch in my collection that could potentially resist a fall from the top of the Empire State Building, I'd choose my W218H over any of my Gs 😉

(ran over by a truck is a different story though, same with deep water dive...)

EDIT: corrected the typo, I obv meant W218H and not W800H (although this one is great as well and would make a serious candidate to survive the free fall).
I just got him one with Velcro nylon now, no more breaking it :)
 

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I thought the W218H was unbreakable, your room mate must be taking great care of his watches 😁

Joke aside, if I was to choose a watch in my collection that could potentially resist a fall from the top of the Empire State Building, I'd choose my W218H over any of my Gs 😉

(ran over by a truck is a different story though, same with deep water dive...)

EDIT: corrected the typo, I obv meant W218H and not W800H (although this one is great as well and would make a serious candidate to survive the free fall).
First he broke the 217H, and now a 218H ...
 
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