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Guys I have finally done it. Picked up a new Seadweller today from my AD Fred Woods at Carlyle and Company in Macon Georgia. I have wanted one of these for quite some time but could never pull the trigger. Fred made me a heck of a deal as Carlyle was moving out the last of their old Seadwellers to make room for the new Deepsea. I can't believe the deal he made me. I am very proud of this piece. I am now asking for permission to be a full fledged member with all rights and privileges of the Rolex club on this forum. HAHA. Thanks to the guys who have answered my questions concerning this piece over the last few months. You guys have been great as I have read your comments with much interest. Best wishes to all the members from a new Rolex owner. No pics yet as I will have to get the wife to download em for me. Jim Waite Forsyth, GA.........Have a good one guys......:):-d|>
 

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CONGRATS! On the SD.

I have been lurking on the Rolex Forum for several months trying to learn everything I can as I work to get my first Rolex. I will be going for the SD as well.
 

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Congrats on the new Seadweller. And nice to see yet another Georgian on the forum. |>
 

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Guys I have finally done it. Picked up a new Seadweller today from my AD Fred Woods at Carlyle and company in Macon Georgia. I have wanted one of these for quite some time but could never pull the trigger Fred made me a heck of a deal as Carlyle was moving out the last of their old Seadwellers to make room for the new Deepsea. I can't believe the deal he made me. I am very proud of this piece. I am now asking for permission to be a full fledged member with all rights and privaledges of the Rolex club on this forum. HAHA. Thanks to the guys who have answered my questions concerning this piece over the last few months. You guys have been great as I have read you comments with much interest. Best wishes to all the members from a new Rolex owner. No pics yet as I will have to get the wife to download em for me. Jim Waite Forsyth, GA.........Have a good one guys......:):-d|>

I traded a watch I hardly ever wore for a "Y" series Sea-Dweller, last of the drilled lugs model, and it's now my everyday watch.

It's at the Dallas Service Center right now, can't wait to get it back.
 

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Guys, I forgot to mention this during my post yesterday. While in Carlyle picking up the Dweller, one of the female sales associates mentioned to the store manager Fred, "Hey Fred, tell Jim what the Rolex guy said the last time he was in here." Fred Wood, the store manager, then went on to tell me that a couple of weeks ago, the Rolex rep was in the store and mentioned to them that an in house poll had been conducted with Rolex employees asking them that if they had a choice, what Rolex would they choose if they could have anyone at no cost. Reportedly 96 percent of the respondents to the survey stated that they would get the Seadweller over any other Rolex as it was the most well built of anything Rolex had to offer. Mind you, my Seadweller was already on my wrist and paid for when they made this statement so they did have to sell me on the merits of the watch. I had already purchased it anyway. Found that interesting and made me really glad I got the last one they had to offer in the store. Was the story true? I dont know but at that point, the AD had no reason at all to lie to me......Again thanks for all the nice comments.....Jim
 

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Reportedly 96 percent of the respondents to the survey stated that they would get the Seadweller over any other Rolex as it was the most well built of anything Rolex had to offer.
That's interesting. I thought the Sub models were the most desirable.
 
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