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    Muff Diver watches

    A chap at my Wifes work has just made me aware of this brand of watch.Ive just looked at their website and they do look rather nice with several colors on offer.

    Have a look chaps and lets hear your thoughts,I rather like the Ginger Muff,but Im going down on the Juicy Muff too.


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    You'll have to provide a link as I'm sure as hell not googling that :)))

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    Bahaha! And who says the watch industry doesn't have a sense of humour?

    Ginger muff for me. Although there is enough of that in the sheds forum to be fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcleminson View Post
    You'll have to provide a link as I'm sure as hell not googling that :)))
    https://muff.co.uk/

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    I would like the No Muff too Tough watch please...

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    🤣🤣🤣 - Very good

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    There is actually a town over here in Ireland in north Donegal called Muff. And yes... They have a diving club..
    https://www.muffdivingclub.ie

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    Hmm a 'ginger muff' is tempting,
    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

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    No question what's your wife's friend had been googling

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    ‘Ginger muff’ is a stupid name for a watch, should be the Muffmaster, Mufftimer....and available in my local branch of Beaverbrooks only; Plymuff

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    I am surprised there haven’t been threads like- What watch to wear when muff diving or Is it safe to muff dive wearing my Rolex?

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    I much prefer Ring Master myself.
    Do they all hum the Mission Impossible tune when they assemble for their Cobra meetings to give the whole thing more intense and sombre mood so they do not piss themselves laughing while squandering taxpayer hard earned as nothing usually comes out of it? Just curious.

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    I’d go diving with any coloured muff


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    Muff Commander! I'd buy that.

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    Tempted, if nothing else but for the pure comedy value alone. But I do actually quite like them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAJEN View Post
    I am surprised there haven’t been threads like- What watch to wear when muff diving or Is it safe to muff dive wearing my Rolex?
    Depends really. If it's Katie Price you're likely to need a sea dweller and a rope tied around your waist in case you get lost.

    I'll get my coat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjgerrard View Post
    Depends really. If it's Katie Price you're likely to need a sea dweller and a rope tied around your waist in case you get lost.

    I'll get my coat.

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    Perhaps Rolex or Omega will be in touch with her. They've done the Mariana Trench to death so...........

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    Now they should join with Omega to make ultra deep muff diver

    Btw,can you imagine if you’re a watch salesperson and you gotta say that name with a straight face....

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    Quote Originally Posted by synequano View Post
    Now they should join with Omega to make ultra deep muff diver

    Btw,can you imagine if you’re a watch salesperson and you gotta say that name with a straight face....
    Can't be any worse than the Ball Deep Quest..

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    Is it waterproof

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    £69 each as well ffs 😂

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    We dive at five!

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    "Muffmaster", it would be rude not to.

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    I had to do a double take then... I was sure this was posted in the wrong section! Honestly.... 'Brazilian Muff' ;-)

    Actually I don't mind them style wise and for the price they're throw away when the battery goes flat. I've just ordered a shorty wet suite.... a muff diver might just go with my young beech bum look (in a pensioner sort of way) :-)

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    What a name

    Might be worth it for a watch where you may be concerned about taking to a dodgy area

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    I think they would make a great holiday watch, a bit of fun too.

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    Something to chew over...

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    Baby Muff.......?



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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyJack View Post
    Something to chew over...
    Very good
    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

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    I googled them ....and resurrected a thread from 2011 ...... they are quite stylish in a beach bum way but Amazon reviews are spotty .


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    40mm case size, 20mm lug width.
    Last edited by number2; 16th July 2019 at 08:49.
    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

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    No "Blue waffle" diver?
    obviously not a serious dive watch!

    Edit: DO NOT GOOGLE "BLUE WAFFLE" IN ANY PUBLIC AREA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deerworrier View Post
    No "Blue waffle" diver?
    obviously not a serious dive watch!

    Edit: DO NOT GOOGLE "BLUE WAFFLE" IN ANY PUBLIC AREA.
    Maybe not a serious muff diving watch,but I've not even used my SD for serious or even casual muff diving.....

    And I bet the SD could easily dive to great muff depths.


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    Quote Originally Posted by P9CLY View Post
    Maybe not a serious muff diving watch,but I've not even used my SD for serious or even casual muff diving.....

    And I bet the SD could easily dive to great muff depths.
    In my youth I regularly went muff diving wearing a Submariner,
    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    In my youth I regularly went muff diving wearing a Submariner,
    Ill pop into Timpsons and have it pressure tested and get "down on it".......


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