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Re: I knew I wasn't the only one to find this -

: sub genre of chronographs attractive and
: strangely appealing.

: David's link to a manufacturer that I had no
: idea even existed was quite a surprise.

: Any yachtsmen here? Are these yacht timers
: truly used by those who race yachts? Or are
: they like Breitling Aerospaces - worn more
: often by the guy in seat 6B than the pilot?

: The new Omega Americas Cup with this feature
: appears to be a very handsome watch, if the
: pictures are anything to go by.

: -Jeff

I'm another Sailing enthusiast and avid racer. I'm looking forward to my latest acquisition.
Maybe someone can post for me I do not have a website.
I like functional and durable Watches. Saltwater resistant i.e Stainless Steel,good Luminescent Markers,and a must for Countdown Functions and subsequent timing features.
Also m,ust be able to repel any Beer spills:-0

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