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    #1771
    Quote Originally Posted by forceG View Post
    1 press sa bluetooth bro, you have to download the app.


    _/_/_/The more things are forbidden.. The more popular they become. _/_/_/

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    hassle kasi ang g-shock, palagi ko nakakalimutan paano i -adjust, buti nandiyan si you tube for reference . so kada uwi ko ng pinas, hinahayaan ko na lang yung oras, para pagbalik ko sa trabaho overseas, di na babaguhin

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    #1772
    Can't go wrong with a Speedy Pro.



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    Last edited by ssaloon; November 2nd, 2017 at 05:03 PM.

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    #1773
    Quote Originally Posted by ssaloon View Post
    Can't go wrong with a Speedy Pro.

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    wow! ganda naman...

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    #1774
    Quote Originally Posted by monty_GTV View Post
    wow! ganda naman...
    Thanks boss! 👌

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    #1775
    Re: Water resistance

    If I bought the watch pre-owned, I would have it serviced first (renew seals/gaskets/etc.) before I do anything in the water with it.

    Lately, got me a pre-owned Explorer 2 that was serviced by RSC before the owner decided to sell. It is now my go anywhere, do anything watch.



    Funny how those TW-Steel's and Ingersoll's would say their watches are water resistant to 10 ATM's, then when you ask the store personnel, they would say that the water resistance is only good for splashes, like rain or "nabasa lang" hindi pwede yung lublob. ...

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    #1776
    Quote Originally Posted by lowslowbenz View Post
    Re: Water resistance

    Funny how those TW-Steel's and Ingersoll's would say their watches are water resistant to 10 ATM's, then when you ask the store personnel, they would say that the water resistance is only good for splashes, like rain or "nabasa lang" hindi pwede yung lublob. ...
    pang wisik-wisik lang pala yung 10 ATM o bar na presyur

    copied online...Water Resistant Watches: Guide to Water Resistance - littlejewellers.co.uk

    Water Resistant Watches: Guide to Water Resistance

    A watch is not water resistant unless stated on the dial or case back.

    Most water resistant watches are not designed for prolonged active use in water.

    Water resistance is stated as a depth (BAR, ATM, meters or feet) this means that it has been tested in a laboratory to with stand a static pressure for a short period only at the stated depth. The actual water pressure on the watch during use is greater than the static pressure. During diving into a pool the pressure on the watch is greater at the impact point with the water.

    Certain chemicals in water can damage the watch seal as well as perfumes, aerosol sprays and other cosmetics.

    Watches should be tested for water resistance every two years and gaskets replaced as necessary to maintain water resistance.

    WARNING: Ensure that the crown / buttons are are returned to their normal operating position when the watch is to be in contact with water. On models with screw down buttons water resistance is lost when the crown is in the unlocked posistion.

    Case or Dial Marking

    Not marked

    Watch should not be worn whilst washing-up or showering etc.

    Water resistant

    Will withstand accidental splashes, rain etc. but not washing-up, or showering etc

    3 BAR, 3 ATM, 30m, 100ft

    Suitable for everyday use. Will withstand accidental splashes but not suitable for swimming.

    5 BAR, 5 ATM, 50m, 165ft

    Suitable for everyday use and swimming but NOT poolside diving, snorkelling or water sports.

    10 BAR, 10 ATM, 100m, 330ft

    Suitable for everyday use and swimming and snorkelling but NOT suitable for high board diving or sub-aqua diving.

    20 BAR, 20 ATM, 200m, 660ft

    Suitable for all high impact water sports and scuba diving at depths not requiring helium gas. At these depths it is recommended to purchase a professional watch

    30 / 80 / 130 BAR, 30 / 80 / 130 ATM, 300 / 800 / 1300 m, 1000 / 2650 / 4300 ft

    Suitable for all high impact water sports, scuba diving and saturation diving.

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    #1777
    ^

    Hehe ...

    Meanwhile: Lady Gaga - Tudor Watch Ambassador

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    #1778
    Lol! Nalubog ko ung gear S1 ko during a borocay trip. Pagahon ko patay na. Pang shower lang pala ang waterproofing ng Samsung smart watches.

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    #1779
    Quote Originally Posted by dreamur View Post
    Lol! Nalubog ko ung gear S1 ko during a borocay trip. Pagahon ko patay na. Pang shower lang pala ang waterproofing ng Samsung smart watches.

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    I guess the same can be said for all other smart watches - possibly including the casio protrek smart watch.

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    #1780
    Quote Originally Posted by lowslowbenz View Post
    Tancha ko magmamahal na Tudor with all the celebrity endorsers they're getting.

    I'm still happy with my black BB with the ETA movement. I find the new ones with the in-house movements too bulky for my wrist.

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