Re: Navy deep-sea diver
- From: "Jack Denver" <nunuvyer@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2007 16:27:21 -0500
They asked him what watch he wore. He didn't say whether or not he had a
dive computer too - I'll bet he does.
"Beau G." <mt69171@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Jan 28, 10:52 am, "Jack Denver" <nunuv...@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Not really worth the effort. The "spoiler" is that the Navy deep sea
wears a G-shock, not some fancy Rolex, etc. I'm so surprised.
"Beau G." <mt69...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in
On Jan 27, 7:08 pm, "Beau G." <mt69...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I thought this might be noteworthy to some here, if only for this guys
choice of a dive watch.
I own an number of watches with various water resistance ratings but
for me it's kind of unneccessary. I long ago realized that if me or
one of my watches ever winds up more than 3 or 4 meters deep then I've
probably REALLY screwed up pretty bad and won't have to worry if my
watch has stopped or not.
Beau G. << much more at home on the dessert (and yes I meant dessert)
try this link
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If nothing else you got me to finally go to the tinyurl website
and look around, thanks.
I just thought it was interesting because after having read about
"real divers" using dive computers instead of the traditional analog
dive watch this guy, a "real diver" by any rationale, uses a plain old
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