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Since I've been researching IWC Aquatimer Replica military watches for years, one of my favourite occurrences has been when I get an email from the original owner of a piece. This is especially true if it was a military watch. I've been lucky enough to receive emails from Canadian Navy Divers whose valuable information has helped shape research on these watches.

Virtually all military IWC Aquatimer Replica MilSubs are essentially factory-specification watches with no discernable markings on the dials, unusual bezel inserts or hands. The Rolex MilSubs had many unique features. The caseback is where IWC Aquatimer Replica military watches are usually most interesting. The French Navy watches have "MN" ("Marine Nationale") on the back of the watches. For the South African watches,Replica Watches the serial number is engraved. Some Canadian Navy pieces do not have engravings. The engravings on those pieces that have them are either the owner’s name and rank or the Navy Stores Stock Number.

It has taken me a long time to gain knowledge about the Canadian MilSubs and I still have a lot more to learn. As I said earlier, I had the opportunity to speak with Canadian Navy divers, and I compiled information from online forums and emails exchanged by friends who also spoke to navy personnel including divers and administrators.

We know IWC Aquatimer Replica reserved certain batches of watches to fulfill Department of Defence orders. As serial numbers are compiled and we get a better understanding of the "correct" serial number for certain issued references, these batches become more apparent.

One Canadian 9401/0 Submariner without date is perhaps the most interesting. These watches have dials very similar to matte Rolex 5512s with rectangular "3-6-9", triangular "12", and remaining circular plots. These watches have "snowflake hand sets" which is an interesting twist.ulysse nardin replica It's fun to find MilSubs that are in combat condition. I have seen some "oddball MilSubs" where Navy watchmakers fitted watches with anything they could find. This combination has been seen many times in the Canadian Navy.