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This one today. Half thinking about whether to change it for the slightly smaller sub. What do you think?
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Yeah it's gotta go, tooooooooooooo big :lol:

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Had the same thoughts about my Exp II, but overall I think it looks fine. And, talking of big, you don't see too many of these in England...

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tikkathree wrote:It was time to savour the experience. The Sistem 51 experience.
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I agree with Guy , your sistem51 would make a great pressie for your grandson.
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Phew, what a scorcher – good for lume charge though

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stefs wrote:This one today. Half thinking about whether to change it for the slightly smaller sub. What do you think?
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I think its a good size for you. Is the Explorer II thicker than the Sub?
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guess I'll take this one tonight :)

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HendrixGreen wrote:It's taken me three years, but finally got this one back in the fold :-)

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stefs wrote:This one today. Half thinking about whether to change it for the slightly smaller sub. What do you think?
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Looks just fine to me Paul.
I'm a little conflicted about the Exp II. I probably like the size of the 40mm version, but on the other hand, the larger hands and hour makers of the 42mm are just superb. I suspect that if I had either one, I'd probably stick with it...
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