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Hello - new to the forum. Been a watch collector for many years. My wife thinks I'm nuts, but there are definitely worse things I could do with my time. Just purchased my first O & W - a M-1 Diver. I am really surprised at the quality of the watch itself, especially how thin it is in comparison to other Swiss watches with similar movements.

I am waiting for a rubber strap that I purchased from the Westcoast Time, then I will post some pics. Interested in learning more about O & W history. Thanks.

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Hello - new to the forum. Been a watch collector for many years. My wife thinks I'm nuts, but there are definitely worse things I could do with my time. Just purchased my first O & W - a M-1 Diver. I am really surprised at the quality of the watch itself, especially how thin it is in comparison to other Swiss watches with similar movements.

I am waiting for a rubber strap that I purcahsed from the Westcoast Time, then I will post some pics. Interested in learning more about O & W history. Thanks.

:rltb: Welcome aboard mate ;) Nuts eh ,well welcome to the nut house :blink:

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Hello - new to the forum. Been a watch collector for many years. My wife thinks I'm nuts, but there are definitely worse things I could do with my time. Just purchased my first O & W - a M-1 Diver. I am really surprised at the quality of the watch itself, especially how thin it is in comparison to other Swiss watches with similar movements.

I am waiting for a rubber strap that I purchased from the Westcoast Time, then I will post some pics. Interested in learning more about O & W history. Thanks.

:rltb: :rltb:

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