Would you be interested in a CW divers watch?

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Would you be interested in a CW divers watch?

Post by 34dean »

I am taking a pulse to see how many of you would be interested in a high-quality, high-spec divers watch from CW. Please participate and post your thoughts.

Thank you in advance
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Post by Warhol »

I'd like just a nice and clean divers watch, nothing fancy, just simple and strong.
Time-only, no date.
A watch that represents his strongness.
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Post by El Tiempo »

I'd like to add a diver to my collection.

Automatic
Basic time w/second hand
Date
Minimum 300m
Unidirectional bezel w/ emphasis on 0-15 minutes
Top quality lume
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Post by KevRC4130 »

I'd definately be into a diver. Only a mechanical one, of course. :D
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Post by MYND »

Count me in too! A nice diver, no copying off course from other brands. Just a clean and original design.
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Post by 34dean »

Great news! I have spoken with Chris and it seems a diver is deefinitely on the radar screen. Chris told me he and his team already have initial designs in the works! Can't wait to see some rough drawings. Ummmm... Chris?

:D :wink:

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Post by Warhol »

Dean, please change your avatar, it messes up the lay out :wink: