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Some shots I made with my Speedy-Pro...































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Great shots Will !

I like the Speedy. Especially on the NASA-Velcro.

But what kind of strap is the last one (blackt/grey/white)  ?
Looks awesome !

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Thanks Philipp! This "Tartan" strap is an NOS from Eulit Germany(if I recall right) and I got it from Scott.A Timesofplenty some months ago.
Great fit on the Speedy.

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Thanks for the info !

Perfect match with the Speedy.
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You wear your watches at work, offshore on the rig ?

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The only time I did wear my Speedy on a rig was when I was there for a survey and only for taking pictures: I was back then working for an office in cooperation with engineering.
Now when I mount installations offshore, I wear a home-made "beater" with a 2824-2 ETA that can take the beating.
I don´t want to knock and scratch badly my Speedy since I´d like to hold it in good cosmetic shape over the years.
From experience over 10 years in the oil industry, I would work on an oil rig any day with a good ETA or Miyota powered watch to take the beating: No need for a 5000$+++ watch

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That makes sense Will !

I only wear G-Shocks at work.

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exc-hulk wrote:
That makes sense Will !

I only wear G-Shocks at work.



Yes, a good "cheapo" does the work...

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It's amazing watch.I like how it looks under water. Unfortunately I'm not a man to wear it :)

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Very nice in deed. ThumbsUp02.gif


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