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i would recommend starting with your legs to see if you like it. hahaha
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blowfish89 wrote:Another day with the best quartz watch in the world.
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Like this more each time I see it. They have an SRP653K1 in an AD where I live very tempted to go in and try it on to see how the size works for me
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neil8fletcher3 wrote:
blowfish89 wrote:Another day with the best quartz watch in the world.
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Like this more each time I see it. They have an SRP653K1 in an AD where I live very tempted to go in and try it on to see how the size works for me
Just buy one, don't worry about the size. If you can live with the thickness, the size won't bother you. And Tuna Monsters are not real Tunas :lol: A Tuna must start with "SBBN"
Further, they will only appreciate with time, and are extremely easy to resell due to demand.
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Very nice blowy, but what's up with the day / date ??
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Winnie Bloo wrote:Very nice blowy, but what's up with the day / date ??
Looks like it's Boobsday the somethingth.
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My Name Is Pete wrote:
Winnie Bloo wrote:Very nice blowy, but what's up with the day / date ??
Looks like it's Boobsday the somethingth.
You got it :lol: :thumbup: 8)
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blowfish89 wrote:
My Name Is Pete wrote:
Winnie Bloo wrote:Very nice blowy, but what's up with the day / date ??
Looks like it's Boobsday the somethingth.
You got it :lol: :thumbup: 8)
All very "fishy" to me :lol:
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blowfish89 wrote:
neil8fletcher3 wrote:
blowfish89 wrote:Another day with the best quartz watch in the world.
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Like this more each time I see it. They have an SRP653K1 in an AD where I live very tempted to go in and try it on to see how the size works for me
Just buy one, don't worry about the size. If you can live with the thickness, the size won't bother you. And Tuna Monsters are not real Tunas :lol: A Tuna must start with "SBBN"
Further, they will only appreciate with time, and are extremely easy to resell due to demand.
All the SBBN start way over my budget but do look good, I've been looking at the SBBN035 which I think is a bit smaller than the SRP653K1 so might be better saving up. I've also looked the SBDN021/23 which is smaller again. Might have to be a bit more ruthless with my current collection and sell/sacrifice one of them
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neil8fletcher3 wrote:All the SBBN start way over my budget but do look good, I've been looking at the SBBN035 which I think is a bit smaller than the SRP653K1 so might be better saving up. I've also looked the SBDN021/23 which is smaller again. Might have to be a bit more ruthless with my current collection and sell/sacrifice one of them
Save up and sell what you have to. The Seiko Tuna is a itch best scratched and dusted to see whether you like it, as real life experience is different from what pics can show for this watch. It is not everyone's type, but it is very unique and has a long acclaimed history. It is an original design and took Seiko seven years to make the first one.
https://monochrome-watches.com/history- ... ive-watch/

I can easily wear this watch 24/7 for anything.
I hope I am able to add another Tuna in the future, preferably a titanium DLC one like the Darth (which I used to have next year) or Springdrive, or that one with a cool yellow bezel, or maybe even a grail one, like a vintage Tuna (the first edition one mentioned above in the link).
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A bit or medieval torture for my Scott Foil today
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Nice Greg, and not a hairy arm in sight :lol:
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Still this. Hasn't left my wrist since the weekend.

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Killing time in duty free waiting for my room.

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Tempting tempting.