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So I was out with the wife at several nice wineries is the Niagara Region. Hot as hell, but dressed smart with my Day Date. We got home and hit a cooled down hot tub. Decided not to change watches. It is doing just fine. Don't worry guys, you can shower with it to!!b-)
 

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Did you get a Pressure Test done prior to dipping your hand with your Day-Date in the water?

It will require at least a full overhaul now!
 

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It amazes me Rolex owners buy these watches; then remove them when showering, sleeping, etc....
Well done sir!
I've been looking at that watch lately....

PSA: I've worn these (steel) watches for almost 4 decades.....a couple of them 10 and 20 years at a time....ZERO issues from showering, hot tubs, saunas, swimming in salt water, and Scuba Diving with an old Submariner many times.
I would wear a gold one in the same fashion....
 

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I'm more disturbed to see a bottle of Miller next to that fine watch. ;-)
Don't splash that millers on the watch or it will die in shame :)
 
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