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          Good morning everyone. The correct number was 62. I got that number by asking Mrs. Bruschetta to choose any number from 1-100. BenR came the closest with his answer of 63.


          BenR, please let me know how to reach you via email. I'll ship this watch out asap so that you (hopefully) get it before the holidays.

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            #35


            Wow! I am so chuffed to have won (I never win anything). Thanks so much for your generosity, Bruschetta. :-)


            You can reach me (and now that you have reached me I shall remove this from the fairest interwebz).

            Ben

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                Just got the watch in the mail today. :-) It's a good size, maybe 37-38mm, kind of surprising given the usual size of Fossil watches. I've adjusted the band for my wrist size... now I just need to find a battery for it.


                Thanks, Bruschetta! I may have to do my own giveaway sometime soon.

                Ben

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                  #38


                  Ben, I'm glad it got to you before the holidays. Happy Festivus!

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                    #39


                    I put a new battery in it last night and now it's ticking away happily.


                    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v207/theantiduck/P1060256.jpg


                    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v207/theantiduck/P1060257.jpg


                    Difficult to photograph properly due to the domed crystal, so just a couple wrist shots. It's a surprisingly small watch, especially with the thin case, and looks a lot more proportionate on my small 6" wrists than most of the watches I own.

                    Ben

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                      #40


                      very nice...

                      "The key to Success is the Quality of Execution"
                      I>0<I

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                        #41


                        Very generous of you bruschetta, looks nice.

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