A Closer look at WRYST Timepieces – Airborne Range

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Ocean
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A Closer look at WRYST Timepieces – Airborne Range

Post by Ocean » Sun Sep 09, 2012 10:08 am

As I have no love for this brand at all(matter of fact think they are competing with the cheese box as ugly as sin watch of the year!) Yet this from the a member here,TheWatchReviewSite.



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http://www.thewatchreviewsite.co.uk/wryst-airborne-watches-fw-series/

http://www.thewatchreviewsite.co.uk/wryst-timepieces-launches-at-ijl-2012/
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Re: A Closer look at WRYST Timepieces – Airborne Range

Post by AJC » Sun Sep 09, 2012 7:03 pm

fred flintstone's pet wrote:...as these are extreme sports watches and are built to be used in all conditions, the Airborne is also 100 meters water-resistance and will allow for use in scuba diving, surfing, windsurfing, water skiing, jet skiing and much more...

Huh? What? Scuba diving in a 100m wr watch?
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Re: A Closer look at WRYST Timepieces – Airborne Range

Post by eddiea » Mon Sep 24, 2012 6:31 am

AJC wrote:
Huh? What? Scuba diving in a 100m wr watch?
Yep, very doable on an ISO certified watch, not sure about this one though...it suck overall.
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