-Alex, Alex - you're making me blush here; me being modesty incarnate and all.Should I "sticky" it then? ;-):-d Next time someone asks about water resistance, just say, "Talk to Odd".
-Matt,I have to ask, do you have any photos of you at work, it sounds absolutely splendid!
Now if that happens, we may have to name the forum after you. ;-)That being said, I really hope I'll find a suitable service job soon - that is, one which involves ROVs and in waters around 5-600m deep. (Why? Because ROVs carry cameras, and we all know that without pics, it...)
Finally, a decent new Land Rover!It's very rarely that I feel dissatisfaction with my multiple careers. However, right now I want your job please.
That's just so damned cool!
So, who's going to be first to fit that machine under the bonnet of a car. It would make this:
-Amen! There is only one real Landy in my opinion - the earlier Series IIa. Preferably a SWB one.Finally, a decent new Land Rover!
Always liked the old ones. New ones are for soccer moms.
These days the watch itself is a function that one does not need on ones wrist. There are so many other, more accurate references of time available that for most, even a 15 dollar watch is redundantDo you guys/girls actually use the watch to go diving? Most of these watches like the Seamaster 300M and PO can go 300-600m and have Helium Escape Valve etc. These functions add to the cost/prices of the watch so I was wondering if the watches are being used for what they were designed for or are you paying for functions that you do not use or need?
Omega would probably be looking at an imploded watch. I wonder the look on their faces when asked to repair it...:-dOh, and I feel really proud for resisting the temptation of dropping it to 1500m (That was the amount of wire on my winch), hoisting the remains back up again and return it to Omega for servicing (It was still under warranty, mind you.