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  1. Kraut783 Oct 19, 2019

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    New as of today...I am really loving it!

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  2. larryganz The cable guy Oct 19, 2019

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    Glad you asked. was planning to turn on “outdoor walk” workout and see how long it took to drain my new S5 LTE Apple Watch at Universal Studios and IOA, and then still have my spare S1 in case the S5 dies too soon. That test day might be tomorrow.

    The Casio is to know the cabin air pressure on the plane, in case I’m over 8000 feet pressure and need my O2 due to one working lung.

    The Seiko PADI diver is for the Bahamian beach and snorkeling, while the Luminox is the redundant one.

    The Tudor GMT is because travel, although I forgot wind it after pulling it from my safe. It will be my nice dinner watch for the next week and on the cruise ship. I chickened out bringing my Rolex ceramic Pepsi GMT II this time.
     
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  3. impalla62ss Oct 19, 2019

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    Just back from a replate, a new crystal and a new ostrich strap. new.jpg
     
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  4. Canuck Oct 19, 2019

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    She is thanking her lucky stars that your return trip home was prepaid! Customs must have hit you hard, I suspect.
     
  5. wagudc Oct 19, 2019

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    I could guess most of those, but not the second smart watch, or the Casio on the plane. I thought that the Casio was for sketchy areas (doesn't look expensive).
     
  6. ahartfie The black sheep in the Spee-ee-eee-eedmaster flock Oct 19, 2019

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  7. larryganz The cable guy Oct 19, 2019

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    Believe it or not, the Casio actually cost me about the same (atomic radio control) as the Seiko and Luminox combined. The Luminox looks cheaper in person but I snagged it new for $165.

    The spare Apple Watch watch is just my old one that my wife won’t take until her Series 0 Apple Watch is dead. Mine is possibly an S0 as well, but it’s an AppleCare+ replacement that I got in 2017 after my original launch day 2015 watch was destroyed in a mountain bike accident. That was a good way to get 4+ years out of my original - broke it and got a replacement that’s lasted over 2yrs (did some damage to myself and the bike too).

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    I did upgrade to a Series 2 with GPS while my S0 was being replaced, so that I would not break my move record streak (then gave it to my son), and my daughter has my old S3 LTE as soon as I bought the Series 5 LTE in DLC Titanium.
     
  8. larryganz The cable guy Oct 19, 2019

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    I said “brought” not “bought”.

    I haven’t left the USA yet, and my watches will all stay on the ship except what’s on my wrists when I go ashore. If needed, I can go into photos, PayPal, and Amazon to show receipts for all of them.

    Plus I have the photos from today in Orlando showing the time and date proving that I had these 2 days before we sail.
     
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  9. maanu Oct 20, 2019

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    Another white dial.
     
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  10. SouthernScot Oct 20, 2019

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    It’s really a great watch isn’t it. I’ve had mine a couple of months now and I hardly wear any of my other watches!
     
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  11. Tonydg Oct 20, 2019

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    It has been a while, but have you bought something because you absolutely needed to know more about it?

    I have not yet taken the back off to have a decent look, but both balances work, but they can actually run somewhat independently - at least one can start and do a few ticks before the other one thinks about starting - and then it takes a few seconds for them to synchronise ticking ...
     
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  12. Alpha Kilt Owner, Beagle Parent, Omega Collector Oct 20, 2019

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    Smiths Sunday,

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  13. Omega1 Oct 20, 2019

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    Good morning.. walking later today... 7F226EDE-B38B-451C-ACD1-31BD8AEDAFBB.jpeg
     
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  14. Spruce Oct 20, 2019

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    He prefers the leather strap to the watch :)

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  15. alam Oct 20, 2019

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    EII on the wrist as we climb Mt. Etna in the comfort of a cable car :)

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  16. tdn-dk Oct 20, 2019

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    Hummer :cool:
     
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  17. pippy Oct 20, 2019

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  18. jaguar11 Oct 20, 2019

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    An unusually lazy day for me....
     
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  19. Omega1 Oct 20, 2019

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    1A79A2CC-46C0-49C6-84EF-9A054C81A766.jpeg Good Afternoon.... from the Lake District... 3EBA4C72-D48C-4032-90A0-BC8FC592D100.jpeg 934DEE48-D064-4F4B-AEBA-E9589ACC2411.jpeg FCDE03C2-739C-49A3-9620-B8C47076442C.jpeg
     
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  20. chunkythebulldog Oct 20, 2019

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