CWL of the day

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Both the iPhone and watch were immersed fully under water when this pic was taken. Any idea how to make it look like they are?!?

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C8 Flyer for today.

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Congratulations ^^^
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C8 Flyer MK2 for my first day back at work after my holidays.

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Survived -18.2 meters today :-)

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Korkki wrote:New for me

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Ah yes! I have that watch but never thought about putting it on the titanium strap. That looks great!

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McDaWisel wrote:
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Survived -18.2 meters today :-)

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Great to see a CW diver actually being used.....for diving :thumbup:
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Thegreyman wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 7:51 pm
McDaWisel wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 5:31 pm
Survived -18.2 meters today :-)

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Great to see a CW diver actually being used.....for diving :thumbup:
Yep, hats off to that man because I can't bring myself to use my mk2 for diving, too nice to bash on nasty rusty wrecks and what have you. A cheapo Seiko diver is good enough to back up the computer but still nice enough for the bar.
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H0rati0 wrote:
Thegreyman wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 7:51 pm
Yep, hats off to that man because I can't bring myself to use my mk2 for diving, too nice to bash on nasty rusty wrecks and what have you. A cheapo Seiko diver is good enough to back up the computer but still nice enough for the bar.
Don’t mind a few scratches or dings. But I can understand why you wouldn’t want to, especially if you would want to sell it some day (which I am not). On a diver I find they build a story around the watch...

I was a little worried about loosing it though and will get longer rubber straps for next time!

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