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  1. Affordable watches ! Order now at:

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  2. Hmmmm Phil... Are you going to put the EcoZilla out for sale too??? In that case I would like to buy a watch from you - this time for real! ;) Diver2 UPS!!! Sorry I did not notice that it was not your watch! Well guess it was not meant that I should buy a watch from you..... And btw...... I have managed to make 50 posts today! Diver2 :)
  3. Hmmmm Phil... Are you going to put the EcoZilla out for sale too??? In that case I would like to buy a watch from you - this time for real! ;) Diver2
  4. In case the Ecozilla is too big for you I have some money stuck in Paypal that I would not mind to spend on that watch! Diver2
  5. Thanks , yeah the biggest problem is holding it steady as you have to move the camera back and forth to get the focus, let us know how you get on with yours. Ron There is a lot of stuff out that was intended for 35mm photografi that is very usefull for digital photografi too... I have an old macro bellow that works fine with digital too It's a bellow that can extend rather long, the one end has attachement for the camera and the other for a lens. The nice part is that it is possible to attach the camera - no need to get it connected with the bellow, it works fine just to push the lens into
  6. Another oldie - a Roamer mst movement Not the best of their movements - and the picture is not the best, but Roamer made some real beauties Diver2
  7. This one is from an Omega Cosmic - my favourite Omegas Same movement as used in the Seamaster I posted earlier - but not as close up Diver2
  8. Here's an even older one "Longeau" from the 40's As far as I know it was a brand name used by Enicar, but I'm not sure... But a nice watch and an even nicer movement Diver2
  9. I like the old Omega movents! Great finish Here's a picture of one of mine Guess the finish most manufacturers made in the 40's and 50's I would not be able to pay today Diver2
  10. Here is a picture of my GSAR - this is one of the best watches I have ever had the pleasure to own! I had a Rolex Sub 5513 for a while, it's a nice watch, no doubt, but the Marathon is much more of a tool watch! It's kind of Sub on steroids The bracelet is better, the bezel with the 120 click is better and the tritium hands sure beats anything that Rolex can show! OK the movement is ETA and is not inhouse or might not be as precise as a Rolex - and so what, it's a TOOL watch AND on 66 feet of water with low visibility you sure can't see the hands on most divers without a flashlight - but
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