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    Precista watches: Past and current models

    Precista watches: Past and current models
    info and photos from Timefactors website, partially based on post "PRS Virtual Museum", from Ron Jr


    PRS-1 Speedbird

    # produced: 300
    Case: Stainless steel case with a screw down back and crown. Finish is fine brush.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 37.5 mm, 11.6 mm thick and 48.5 mm lug tip to lug tip. Lug spacing is 18 mm.
    Movement: ETA 2836-2, 25 jewel automatic
    W/R: 100 meters
    Crystal: Bombé sapphire






    PRS-2 Dreadnought

    # produced: 200
    Case: 316L stainless steel with screw back and decoupling screw down crown. Finish is bead blasted. Unidirectional 60 clicks bezel.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 44 mm, 15.6 mm thick and 54 mm lug tip to lug tip. Lug spacing is 22 mm.
    Weight: Watch & bracelet = 265 grammes, the watch head is approximately 140 grammes
    Movement: ETA 2824-2T (Top) with decoration and chronometer rated to DIN standard
    W/R: 500 meters
    Crystal: Domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on the underside
    Antimag: Anti-magnetic to 30,000 A/m






    PRS-3 Broadarrow

    # Produced: 150 in each dial color.
    Case: Stainless steel case with screw back and screw down crown. Finish is mixed brushed and polished. Unidirectional bezel with 60 clicks.
    An optional bracelet was available.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 39 mm across the bezel, 45 mm across the case to the tip of the protected crown, 47 mm lug tip to tip and 11.45 mm thick.
    Lug spacing is 20 mm.
    Movement: Ronda 715Li lithium powered with 10 year battery life, 5 jewel with gilt movement
    W/R: 300 meters
    Crystal: Sapphire
    Dial: Available in Black or Orange.


    photo courtesy of adrian

    photo courtesy of Glamdring




    PRS-3 (2nd version)

    Case: 316L stainless steel case with screw back and screw down crown. Finish is brushed on top and polished sides. Bezel with 60 clicks.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 42 mm, 46 mm across including crown, 49.6 mm lug tip to tip and 12.45 mm thick.
    Lug spacing is 22 mm.
    Fitted with stainless steel solid link bracelet with custom solid end pieces, screwed adjustment links and with safety fliplock clasp with divers' extension.
    Weight: 205 grammes on steel bracelet, 125 grammes on PU strap
    Movement: ETA 2824-2 standard running at 28,800 BPH
    W/R: 300 meters
    Crystal: Sapphire with anti-reflective coating on the underside
    Dial: Black
    Antimag: Anti-magnetic to 4800 A/m




    A limited edition of four different colours with a combined countdown/12 hour bezel insert and supplied with a PU strap to match the colour of the dial was made (50 numbered pieces for each colour).




    PRS-4 Broadarrow

    # Produced: 150 in each dial color.
    Case: Stainless steel case with screw back and screw down crown. Finish is PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition). Unidirectional bezel with 60 clicks.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 39 mm across the bezel, 45 mm across the case to the tip of the protected crown, 47 mm lug tip to tip and 11.45 mm thick.
    Lug spacing is 20 mm.
    Movement: Ronda 715Li lithium powered with 10 year battery life, 5 jewel with gilt movement
    W/R: 300 meters
    Crystal: Sapphire
    Dial: Available in Black or Orange.

    No photo available




    PRS-5 Broadarrow

    Case: Stainless steel assymetrical case with a screw back. Finish is bead blasted.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 41 mm to the tip of the crown, 45.5 mm lug tip to lug tip and 14.2 mm thick. Lug spacing is 19 mm.
    Movement: Poljot 3133 calibre, 23 jewel hand winding
    W/R: 50 meters
    Crystal: acrylic


    photo from Chronomaster website, courtesy of glazba




    PRS-5 (2nd version)

    Case: 316L stainless steel, bead-blasted, screw back, drilled lugs.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 41mm across including crown, 45.5 lug to lug height, 37mm top to bottom, 14.75mm to the top of domed crystal. Lug spacing is 20mm.
    Movement: Seagull ST-19 column wheel hand-wind chronograph
    W/R: 50 meters
    Crystal: Hi-dome acrylic
    Antimag: Anti-magnetic to 4800 A/m






    PRS-6 Broadarrow

    Case: Brushed stainless steel case with polished screw back. Black dial with tritium hour markers and hands, sub-seconds.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 36 mm diameter, 46.25 mm lug tip to tip and 10.8 mm thick. Lug spacing (fixed bars) is 18 mm
    Movement: FHF 1380 11 calibre, 17 jewel hand winding
    W/R: 30 meters
    Crystal: Acrylic






    PRS-7 Speedbird 2

    # Produced: 300 total for both dial colors
    Case: Stainless steel case with screw down back and crown. Finish is fine brush.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 37.5 mm, 11.6 mm thick and 48.5 mm lug tip to lug tip. Lug spacing is 18 mm.
    Movement: ETA 2836-2, 25 jewel automatic
    W/R: 100 meters
    Crystal: Bombé sapphire
    Dial: Black or Ivory.

    A limited number (38) were available plated in gold, commonly known as "Goldbird".








    PRS-10 Broadarrow

    # produced: aprox 290
    Case: Bead blasted steel case with pressure fit back
    Dimensions: Diameter = 36mm diameter, 42mm lug tip to lug tip and 9.8mm thick. Lug spacing is 18mm bars are fixed.
    Movement: ISA 1198/103 calibre with quickset date, 2 jewel quartz
    W/R: 50 meters
    Crystal: Acrylic






    PRS-10 (2nd version)

    Case: 316L stainless steel, bead-blasted, drilled lugs, crown is screw-down and caseback is screw back.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 38.6mm across including crown, 37mm top to bottom, 42.4mm lug to lug, 11.25mm to the top of domed crystal. Lug spacing is 20mm.
    Movement: Ronda 715 Li with 10-year battery life.
    W/R: 100 meters.
    Crystal: Hi-dome acrylic
    Antimag: Anti-magnetic to 4800 A/m






    PRS-11 Broadarrow

    Case: Stainless steel case with screw back and screw down crown. Finish is PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition). Unidirectional bezel with 120 clicks.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 39 mm across the bezel, 45 mm across the case to the tip of the protected crown, 47 mm lug tip to tip and 11.45 mm thick.
    Lug spacing is 20 mm.
    Movement: ETA 2824-2, 25 jewel automatic
    W/R: 300 meters
    Crystal: Flat sapphire with anti-relective coating on the underside.
    Dial: Available in Black or Orange.

    A limited run (aprox. 25) were manufactured with the DN style hands.

    No photo available




    PRS-12 Speedbird 1903

    # Produced: 100
    Case: Stainless steel case with screw back and screw down crown. Finish is brushed.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 38mm, 49mm lug tip to lug tip and 14.3mm thick. Lug spacing is 20mm.
    Movement: Valjoux 7750 calibre, 25 jewel automatic chronograph
    W/R: 100 meters
    Crystal: domed sapphire






    PRS-14

    Case: Stainless steel case with screw back and decoupling screw down crown. Finish brushed steel sides, polished top and back. Unidirectional bezel with luminous numbers in the bezel insert sealed with hardened acrylic.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 40mm across the bezel and 46.6mm to the tip of the signed crown. 47mm lug tip to lug tip and 14.3mm thick. Lug spacing is 20mm.
    Movement: ETA 2824-2, 25 jewel automatic
    W/R: 300 meters
    Crystal: Acrylic
    Antimag: Anti-magnetic to 80,000 A/m

    Note: 9 PRS-14 watches were made with PVD cases.






    PRS-15 Ladybird

    # produced: 50
    Case: Stainless steel case with screw view back and screw down crown. Finish is brushed.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 29mm, 36.5mm lug tip to lug tip and 12.5mm thick. Lug spacing is 14mm.
    Movement: ETA 2671, 25 jewel automatic
    W/R: 50 meters
    Crystal: domed sapphire






    PRS-17A / PRS-17Q / PRS-17C

    # produced: A - 100 / Q - 100 / C - 150 / C 24h - 50
    Case: 316L stainless steel with screw back and screw down crown. Finish brushed and polished. Unidirectional bezel 120 clicks.
    12 hour bezel to enable displaying the time in a second time zone is optional.
    Dimensions:
    A / Q-Diameter = 37.3mm, 43mm across including crown 44.5mm lug tip to lug tip and 10.9mm thick. Lug spacing 20mm.
    C-Diameter = 37.3mm, 43mm across including crown 44.5mm lug tip to lug tip and 12.5mm thick. Lug spacing 20mm.
    Movement: A - ETA 2824-2, 25 jewel automatic
    Q - Ronda 715Li quartz, 5 jewels with 10 year battery life
    C - ETA 251.262 calibre, 27 jewel quartz chronograph, 30 month batery life.
    W/R: A - 200 meters / Q - 200 meters / C - 100 meters
    Crystal: Sapphire with anti-reflective coating on the underside
    Antimag: Anti-magnetic to 4,800 A/m







    PRS-18A / PRS-18Q

    Case: 316L stainless steel with screw back and screw down crown. Finish is blasted. Unidirectional bezel 120 clicks.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 39mm, 43.5mm across including crown. 47.5mm lug tip to lug tip and 12.5mm thick. Lug spacing 20mm.
    Movement: A - ETA 25 jewel automatic, calibre 2824-2
    Q - Ronda 715Li quartz, 5 jewels with 10 year battery life
    W/R: 200 meters
    Crystal: Sapphire with anti-reflective coating on the underside
    Antimag: Anti-magnetic to 4,800 A/m






    PRS-20

    # produced: 100 in LE
    Case: 316L stainless steel with screw down sapphire glass back (LE) or solid steel screw back instead of the sapphire glass back (non-LE), screw down crown, polished.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 44mm, 48.5mm across including crown, 50mm lug tip to lug tip and 11.2mm thick. Lug spacing 24mm.
    Movement:
    Limited - ETA/Unitas 6498-1 17 jewel hand winding, modified by Soprod with screwed balance and blued steel swan-neck regulator, decorated with Geneva Stripes, perlage and blued screws, Glucydur balance, Anachron hairspring and chronometer grade (soigné), adjusted in 3 positions.
    Non-LE - ETA/Unitas 6498-1 standard movement
    W/R: 100 meters
    Crystal: Domed sapphire with anti-reflective coating on the underside
    Antimag: Anti-magnetic to 4,800 A/m






    PRS-22 - Speedbird III

    Case: 316L stainless steel, screw back, crown tube screwed into case and stainless steel bracelet. Finish is brushed.
    Dimensions: Diameter=39mm, 42.6mm including crown, 46mm lug to lug height and 11.9mm to the top of crystal. Lug spacing 20mm.
    Movement: ETA2824-2, 25 jewel automatic standard version (Note: 1st 50 produced - ETA 2824-2, 25 jewel automatic with Nivarox hairspring and Glucydur balance, adjusted in 4 positions).
    W/R: 100 meters; also negative pressure-tested to 0.4 ATM
    Crystal: Domed sapphire with anti-reflective on underside
    Anti-mag: Anti-magnetic to 80,000 A/m






    PRS-50

    # produced: 50 in LE
    Case: 316L stainless steel with screw back and screw down crown. Finish is polished. Unidirectional 60 clicks bezel, domed acrylic.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 42 mm, 15.3 mm thick and 50.7 mm lug tip to lug tip. Lug spacing is 22 mm.
    Movement:
    Limited - NOS AS 2063, 17 jewel automatic movement
    Non-LE - ETA 2824-2, standard version
    W/R: 200 meters
    Crystal: Flat sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on the underside 4.13 mm thick
    Antimag: Anti-magnetic to 4,800 A/m






    PRS-50-B

    Case: 316L stainless steel with screw back and screw down crown. Finish is polished. Unidirectional 60 clicks bezel, flat acrylic.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 42 mm, 16.7 mm thick and 50 mm lug tip to lug tip. Lug spacing is 22 mm.
    Movement: NOS AS 2063, 17 jewel automatic movement
    W/R: 200 meters
    Crystal: Domed acrylic crystal
    Antimag: Anti-magnetic to 4,800 A/m







    PRS-53 Fat Arrow

    # produced: 300
    Case: stainless steel case with a polished screw back and fixed bars. Finish is polished.
    Dimensions: Diameter = 37mm, 41mm across including crown 48mm lug tip to lug tip and 12.75mm thick Lug spacing 18mm.
    Movement:
    Handwind - ETA 2801-2, 17 jewels with hack seconds modification
    Automatic - ETA 2824, 25 jewels
    W/R: 50 meters
    Crystal: Acrylic





    All additions (including non available photos) and corrections are most welcome. Thank you!

    Rui

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Thank you!

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    PRS-3 and PRS-5 (1st edition) added. Thank you adrian and glazba!

    Rui

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Well done - take three hips from me - Hip, Hip, Hip

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Ron's Virtual Musuem was fine.

    is there a reason why you feel a repost of the same content is necessary :?:

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Quote Originally Posted by Denizen
    Ron's Virtual Musuem was fine.

    is there a reason why you feel a repost of the same content is necessary :?:
    It was fine and had beautiful photos but unfortunately it is no more. :?
    viewtopic.php?f=17&t=31449&start=0

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Quote Originally Posted by Denizen
    Ron's Virtual Musuem was fine.
    is there a reason why you feel a repost of the same content is necessary :?:
    The only reason was that Ron Jr deleted all his posts in the PRS Virtual Museum before leaving TZ-UK... :|

    http://www.tz-uk.com/forum/viewtopic...=31449&start=0


    Best regards,
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    >>unfortunately it is no more

    hmmm... :o

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Quote Originally Posted by rmcsilva
    Quote Originally Posted by Denizen
    Ron's Virtual Musuem was fine.
    is there a reason why you feel a repost of the same content is necessary :?:
    The only reason was that Ron Jr deleted all his posts in the PRS Virtual Museum before leaving TZ-UK... :|

    http://www.tz-uk.com/forum/viewtopic...=31449&start=0


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    Rui

    Ron has reinstated it and has said he will maintain it. And I,for one, trust him

    I dont see any need for this thread anymore

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Perhaps original (Southerns) Precista watch models could be included on this thread too. Thoughts?

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael A
    Perhaps original (Southerns) Precista watch models could be included on this thread too. Thoughts?
    I don't mind at all but you'll have a problem telling some of them apart :wink: .

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    dOES THE pRECISTA tITAN cOMMANDER QUALIFY HERE?

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Can anybody tell me what was the official price for
    the limited "PRS 14 PVD"?
    cheers

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Quote Originally Posted by oldpunq
    Can anybody tell me what was the official price for
    the limited "PRS 14 PVD"?
    cheers
    Same price as the regular version, £345.

    Eddie
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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Quote Originally Posted by swanbourne
    Quote Originally Posted by oldpunq
    Can anybody tell me what was the official price for
    the limited "PRS 14 PVD"?
    cheers
    Same price as the regular version, £345.

    Eddie

    thx

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    does anybody know how many 18a a floating around?

    cheers
    miro

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    Here's a "past" Precista I have , thanks to SC. Not sure of the age and model number though.

    The genes are present here I think ...



    I would love to see some more past models :)

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    Hi,

    does anyone know how many PRS-11 (black and orange) have been made ?
    Are there replacement bezel inserts available?

    bye Oli

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    Here's another past model:

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    Thank you very much for the post, very interesting and as i have a thing for black faced watches i would fancy owning a few of them.

    I was actuallly issued a PRS 17A and wore it through the first Gulf War in 91, had to hand it back after though. :cry:

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    brilliant post, thanks for this. I always need to refer back to it when reading others'.
    Cheers :salute:
    Meat

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Great roundup! Thanks!

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Thank you! I like the PRS-2 Dreadnought and the PRS-50

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    like the fob watch......:)

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    Would be interesting to see production date, date sold out, and price of each watch.

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    Hi Rui,

    Thanks for this post, which is a phenomenal resource. Why not include the current PRS-3LE and PRS-3 models? Should the PRS-4 photo appear below the PRS-4 description?

    For those models that are "homages" , I would be interested to keep track of their "inspirations", assuming that wouldn't be off-limits.

    Cheers!

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    And here I thought I'd been fine with just the PRS-14

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    The current PRS-3 model was added.

    Thank you for your comments!

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    Tks, nice list! :)

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    Another past model of Precista Military chrono

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    I think this is a past model now as well:



    I love it!

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    Hi.
    Thanks for the list
    It's very very interesting...

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    Good day!

    I am not so fond of Precista watches. Do you mind if I ask you what are the difference between a ROLEX watch compared to Precisat watches. This is my first time of seeing this kind.

    Kindly PM me ASAP.

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Quote Originally Posted by tzjonnie
    Good day!

    I am not so fond of Precista watches. Do you mind if I ask you what are the difference between a ROLEX watch compared to Precisat watches. This is my first time of seeing this kind.

    Kindly PM me ASAP.
    You might not last long on here then :wink: .

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    I had a few percisat watches frrom hong kog, not much cop to be honest. Then i moved onto precista now your onto somethig threre. Rolex, timex, whatever.



    seriously though percisat are v.good value for money without having your pants pulled down abut the price. If you can afford rolex well good on you.

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Many thanks...this is really usefull to newbies, like me!


    like PRS-18A / PRS-18Q a lot!

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    very nice watches and pics :

    taz

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    Thanks for the history lesson.

    Love the pr-2 dreadnought and the prs-17 the most.

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    Thx for the list

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    Great post. I have a page in my notebook where I was attempting, slowly and over time, to collect all this information in one place. Thanks.

    Kind Regards to All,

    Myron

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Hello,

    Newbie here. Got the Precista bug. Really love both the PRS-14 and the PRS-18. Will most likely eventually get both as finances allow.

    I understand the PRS-18 s are on there way. The PRS -14 are in stock but I really think I want the PRS-18 first probably the auto but quartz would be ok as well.

    Are there any pics of them side by side to compare sizes?

    I could cut and paste pics but not knowing distance of watch relative to lens when pic was taken it is hard to compare relative sizes.

    I did see the pics of the military collections which helped a bit but these are vintage are the newest models of PRS 14 and 18 true to vintage sizes (It appears some models have gone thru some evolution of the years)

    Thanks for the patients with the newbie,

    And nice to meet everyone

    I know I'm a Yank but I do own 2 Triumphs.

    Cheers

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Hi Earl,

    Try this thread : viewtopic.php?f=17&t=34778&p=349415&hilit=prs18+v+ prs14#p349415

    Pics have been deleted I'm afraid. Try searching, I'm sure there's another thread comparing the two.

    James

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    it me or are some rolex clones?

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    It's you, none of them are Rolex clones.

    Eddie
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    Quote Originally Posted by tzjonnie
    Good day!

    I am not so fond of Precista watches. Do you mind if I ask you what are the difference between a ROLEX watch compared to Precisat watches. This is my first time of seeing this kind.

    Kindly PM me ASAP.
    Best post ever! :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by swanbourne
    It's you, none of them are Rolex clones.

    Eddie
    LMAO. Calm and to the point. :D

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Quote Originally Posted by BDStevens
    Thank you!
    :P

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    PRS-2, the best!

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    Re: Precista watches: Past and current models

    Always love seeing this post, past and current models is a good one for me :D

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    I hawe Precista bomber stopwatch.
    :bounce:

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