Discussion of SAS Watches and Míleata Military Watches
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It's been pretty quiet here for a while. Hopefully Graeme is dreaming up some new cool stuff.
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alund wrote:It's been pretty quiet here for a while. Hopefully Graeme is dreaming up some new cool stuff.
He is. I bug him about it fairly regularly.
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Yep, I'm still here :-D working on new designs.
I don't have any timeliness yet, but when I do I will let you all know.
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I still miss my Sea-01. Is the SS version ever going to be restocked?
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If there was a Mileata with a lighter dial I'd do that too. I need more contrast between hands and dial (which was the only thing I didn't care for on my M1.
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