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Another aquisition today in the mail from my good friend Rich Ocskasy in San Francisco.
Now this is one watch ive always been curious about,Ive seen the Robert Swan Version and know these dont come up too often in this condition if at all so i had to have it.
Promaster?....Mmmmm it has the looks of a scaled down Zilla but with a hefty sized case but quite small Dial,all the same i think its so different and im hooked on it.Very light weight and good size overall with a really nice standard strap.All told im thrilled to own one now,Great addition to my collection.Rich your packaging and speed of delivery from across the pond beggars belief.So quick my friend and a perfect condition Watch.Thanks again.Great stuff.Came in an Original Box,Warranty card and instruction Manual.Perfect.

See what you think of it.







 

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Re: Theres Tough,Then theres Citizen Super Tough...>>>>Thanks Rich Ocskasy...

Thanks Dave.It wears Really Well,so light on the wrist as its made of a lot of what seems composite Rubber like stuff as well as stainless steel.Its one ive been after for a long time.Thanks for the compliments Dave.
Here ya Go.











sharkfinDave said:
Wow, Neil, your on a roll. Very nice on the eyes for me, all you acquisitions. :)


This one is serious business. I'm diggin this big time.
It reminds me of a bad patootie 1000m diver like a UTS or EM. Something big, hunk of metal. Like what a free diver like Jean Reno in the Big Blue. ;) (love that movie)
Very cool Neil, how doe she fit/look on the ole wrist?


Cheers, Dave.
 

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Re: Theres Tough,Then theres Citizen Super Tough...>>>>Thanks Rich Ocskasy...

Jan you can actually turn the crown with your Fingers open or lock yet i summise if you wanted to really tighten it for Dive situations you would use some flat instrument.
dschaen81 said:
A very intersting piece! The styling is unique to say the least.
I once read that the screw-down crown on this watch can only be operated
by using a screwdriver. It does look like that in the photos, but can any of the
owner confirm this?

Best regards
Jan
 
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