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    Auricoste French frogman diving watch
    These instruments was belonging by the ship.
    On each "mission",the diver bring a watch and get back after using





    Royal Navy CWC
    I think this is not an "issue" watch





    Canadian "search and rescue" Marathon watch...very very robust!
    This is my daily watch




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    A classic trio, Thierry. You are right about that CWC, mine has the year and issue number beneath the broad arrow on the back of the caseback. Do you still have the Auricoste?

    Stunning photos as usual!

    I have a new French diver arriving this week - expect some photos soon, as my camera is ready for collection after a service - African dust and Bonneville salt were the problem.

    Regards

    Jon'.

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    Lovely collection of divers there. :thumbup:

    The Auricoste / Spiro is one of my favourites - mainly because my first major scuba purchase was a Spiro BCD back in 1994! It replaced my original Aqua Lung kit...

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