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Hello,
I am coming down from the Doxa forum. I might be doing stuff backward : I just bought a used Sea-Dweller from Bernard Watch Co and now I am asking a few questions ?
I really liked a 2004 watch they had ( as in new condition ) mostly because the case has the external holes for the spring bars.
When did Rolex stop that case for the SD ?
Also, has anyone ever dealt with Bernard Watch from Austin, Texas ?
Thank you for your replies.
Thierry

a 04' Sea-Dweller on its way,
a few Doxas,
a few Ocean 7,
a few Tissots,
a few old timers,
a few Russians,
a few Chineese,
a few Seikos,
a few elegants, but mostly divers....
a few
 

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Rolex went to the hole-less case for two reasons. First, asthetics. Second, after research, they found that the compressed pins in the hole-less design created more strength.
 

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Also, has anyone ever dealt with Bernard Watch from Austin, Texas ?
I have a very good friend who has done three or four major deals with Bernard Watch of Texas and has ben completely satisfied with them. Fast shipping, honest representation and completely up-front about their watches.

Best of luck.

James
 
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