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 Posted: Sat Apr 11th, 2015 08:46 pm
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Not a Damn thing!!

Except on my new SBGA011 GS Snowflake.








I've been stalking this piece for some time & OH BOY I'm happy as a fat kid eating cake.







The attention to detail is extraordinary


& I'm a SUCKER for Beautiful Backs!





& lug holes too boot- Ye-freakin-haw!!!





AnotherThumbsup3.gif to Dan @ Timeless for a killer deal

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 Posted: Sat Apr 11th, 2015 11:16 pm
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Tony Duronio
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Gorgeous William...enjoy!!!

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You da man, William. That is a heck of an accurate piece and perfect for dress. Congrats, amigo!

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 Posted: Sun Apr 12th, 2015 05:21 am
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THANKS JEFF & TONY

Last edited on Sun Apr 12th, 2015 05:21 am by watchdaddy1

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Congrats William,the Snowflake is a very desirable piece Buddy!ThumbsUp02.gif

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 Posted: Mon Apr 13th, 2015 03:06 pm
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I love the dial on that William Thumbsup3.gif

Congrats!!

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Thanks Bill & Oscar.The attention to detail is phenomenal on this & crazy.gif accuracy

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Wow, just Wow William! bravo.gifwowzer.gif

Great choice with this classic, dressy, and Iconic Snowflake!

Your pics really capture that stunning dial (which I'm sure is even more stunning in person!).

Man, I'd love to try out a GS Spring Drive model someday...

Congratulations on this very stunning piece (I think the 41mm case is absolutely the perfect size for this one, and is it just me, or have you been drawn to more of the classic/dressy style pieces lately?).

Enjoy this beauty!thumbsup.gif

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Nope it's not just you.Been trying to diversify my collecting habits.I'm still a diver man @ heart but some of these more classy pieces have sucked me right in + I think maybe I didn't think I could pull these types off w/ the tattoos & all my ruggedness.
It's funny you mention this too.My best friend Bob said the same thing & ALSO reminded me that I once said about 3 yrs ago to him,
"are you fn crazy how much for a Seiko".

Funny how tastes change over time.

I also got rid of my Omega 223450 GMT & my Maurice LaCroix to help fund this, & I'm pleased to say I'm ok w/ it.I do miss the Omega though, but it was time for another to enjoy it as I once did.happy guy.gif

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watchdaddy1 wrote:
Nope it's not just you.Been trying to diversify my collecting habits.I'm still a diver man @ heart but some of these more classy pieces have sucked me right in + I think maybe I didn't think I could pull these types off w/ the tattoos & all my ruggedness.
It's funny you mention this too.My best friend Bob said the same thing & ALSO reminded me that I once said about 3 yrs ago to him,
"are you fn crazy how much for a Seiko".

Funny how tastes change over time.

I also got rid of my Omega 223450 GMT & my Maurice LaCroix to help fund this, & I'm pleased to say I'm ok w/ it.I do miss the Omega though, but it was time for another to enjoy it as I once did.happy guy.gif


Agree William...very interesting to see how WIS tastes and preferences change over time!

You got rid of some nice ones to help fund this one, but I must say, the Snowflake is an Icon IMO (and looks great with your Tats too)!thumbsup.gif

Enjoy it buddy!

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 Posted: Fri Apr 17th, 2015 03:11 am
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Cool watch and pics. We have always enjoyed all Seiko products.

Have a good one....

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