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Spotted this on Instagram . . .
Posted by @chronosydivers -- https://www.instagram.com/chronosydivers/
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Big and robust watches for the toughest environments. And each with their own peculiarities.
The AAF it's in great shape and luckily came with one of the best provenance I have seen. This guy saw some great time in the Falklands. And the caseback it's a work of art.
The KAF is the best known reference. The so called Shauntavia. Different than other issued units to the KAF it has the characteristic dial with its arabic numbers. This type of dial was only made to the KAF.
And finally, the IDF. Not much more to say. PVD case, plain caseback with M engravings and no serial between the lugs. True unit not often seen around.
Hard to believe these three guys have come together. Thanks to @on_the_dash for providing such great information!
Three great watches and a very informative posting!! Well done!!