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Just got mine today, air mailed straight from Swit
In Response To: Interesting Speedy Stuff ()

serland. This is the best book to have if you are a speedmaster lover. After I looked through the book, I couldn't help but stared at my speedmaster pro the whole day...mesmerizing its attributes. The pictures in the book not only tells you about what the speedmaster have gone through but it tells you the watch is like a "pure bred beast." Ha Ha Ha! Louis

: Some cool info from the "Time capsule" book.

: - The 321 was the work of Albert Piguet.

: - Shock test specs were 48g's +-2.

: - High pressure test was exposure to 23.5 psia for a minimum of 1 hour.

: - Gordo Cooper kept his Speedy in a Bulova box for safe keeping.

: - Decompression test: Placed in a chamber with pressure reduced to max of
: 1.47x10 (to the minus fifteenth)

: Great book, incredible pictures!

: Jeff

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Interesting Speedy Stuff
Just got mine today, air mailed straight from Swit
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