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  • My new Pressure Tester the NZPS Reliability Vote.

    I no longer use my Pressure Tester, its more simple to just pop a watch on the deck and the great Auckland Weather blasts it all day.... today since the rain was especially heavy I deceided to test the 600m Spring Drive Seiko - here is it in the deluge....





    Once I had that set up, I needed to package another Rescue Orange Zulu since the one I sent MOnday last has not yet arrived across town - Rory doesn't want you stealing this one from his Letter Box tomorrow Tony so I removed his address - excuse crappy phone piccies





    I bubble wrap small things like this, so they are not recognisable and they don't have any sharp bits to break out with....





    I tape the whole envelope over to make certain it needs to be CUT into, and the address is secure...





    Standard MO - Senders Address.... why so many items turn up here without this usefull bit of info likely explains a 1/2 of the 'Post Shrinkage' - see the whole thing is taped....





    Going, going...





    Gone - I hope this one arrives Rory, and I have voted so!!





    SD6 all ok in the Tester still at almost dark tonight, we'll call this one a 'PASS'


    Harlan
    Timekeeper Watch Club
    Auckland, New Zealand, Pacific Ocean, Earth

  • #2
    All you wanted was a good gust of wind to test its diashock
    'Man Invented time, Cyma Perfected it.'

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    • #3
      What about the Magpie, that decides it likes the special way that perfect bezel glints in the rain? Would you / could you track and climb the tree to get it back? :D
      Give sarcasm a chance.

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      • #4
        Hi there Pete,

        No even sure this one has 'diashock' and I doubt it would be harmed with either of:

        (1.) 3 ft fall onto Yarra Decking or,

        (2.) 15 ft fall into low level foliage.

        We are talking about the baddest watch Seiko make - if it broke falling on the ground I would take to it with a hammer (again JM2CW) :D


        Ah ha!! The Jodster, hey how are you!!! Whoa, thats something I actually never considered (ha ha like most things that happen eh) .... we have Kereru here, plus Rats w/ WIngs too sometimes (i.e. SeaGulls and that's still a flying variety) - hhhmmmm I could have been watchless

        Hard to eat for a bird.... that'd be the next thing, a ticket for teeth repair to a Wood Pigeon.....



        What about the Magpie, that decides it likes the special way that perfect bezel glints in the rain? Would you / could you track and climb the tree to get it back? :D



        Paul, everytime I see this page I crack up at this!! Really what I needed


        Harlan, you have the patience of Job. I would have thrown my hands in the air by now, except my watch might fall off. Cheers pauloz (206 ) 7:42 am, Wed 26 May
        Harlan
        Timekeeper Watch Club
        Auckland, New Zealand, Pacific Ocean, Earth

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        • #5
          I know this Strap is either with Rory or Tony, which is it


          Harlan
          Timekeeper Watch Club
          Auckland, New Zealand, Pacific Ocean, Earth

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