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Join Date: Mar 2009 Scottie2hottie Location: Asheville, North Carolina Senior Member Posts: 746 Veteran Geek Real Name: Scott Micheal Davis is doin it!

I just gotta say that watching big Mike is something else. He has always been good but he owns the show now. He goes into so much depth into all of the details about every watch. He's got a great personality and is as professional as it gets. Mike I know you have been working your butt off for a long time now and we really appreciate all the hard work. Eyal is one lucky guy to have you on board. __________________ observe the time, fly from evil

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#2 12-28-2010, 09:02 PM Knifemaker

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Great Post , I agree 150% -He does an Outstanding Job and Invicta ( Eyal ) is VERY VERY LUCKY to have him. __________________

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Totally agree !! ...... Mike is the main man !! ...... Mr Blue

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Top notch! Informative, educational, and entertaining! Great job Mike! Though I have to say I would like to see a couple more Horse Track dares coming your way (ie pink shirt) __________________

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Great job Mike!

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+1, and so on, and so on. Between Mike, Jill, Eyal, and the Shop staff I've learned more about watches than I could have ever hoped. Never mind how stunned I was the first time I watched an Invicta show on the Shop when Eyal was on, at the fact that the CEO would appear on the show (which I've learned is common practice with Shop watches, which again impresses me to no end).

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Mike has come a long way for sure, he is extremely comfortable in his own skin. He does deserve kudo's for his ability too adapt and become that watch personality that he thought he could be. I have watched his progression from the start, and I agree he has taken the tech side of the watches too another level. Congrats Mike You deserve all the props you get!


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Mike is the reason I rarely miss an Invicta show. Consumate knowledge, presented with passion for the brand. A great sense of humor as an added bonus. Bravo Mike !!


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I liked him day #1 on Shop-NBC. And still do. He's a straight talker and informer for sure. And if he says a certain watch is a rare deal that shouldn't be passed up, it's worth a second look. __________________ " The BEST gift to give is your time to others. Especially reading to kids."

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mike has become a very polished pro. just a pleasure to watch. keep up the great work and thanks for sharing all your knowledge with us.

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Gotta agree with you all..... Mike Davis and Jim are the dynamic dual..... Eyal is lucky to have Mike who


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Well said, Scott. Michael is an asset to Invicta, snbc & WG. We all appreciate him. __________________ Time - the 4th dimension. A beautiful thing. Without it, everything would happen at once.

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Yep....a true professional. Lately Jim has been playing second fiddle, and I think he enjoys it. __________________ Government is not the solution, Government is the problem. Ronald Reagan

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Mr. Davis does a super job and keep's me coming back for more and you can tell he's really into what we all admire,Horology at it's best

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Mike and Jim are the best duo in the Shop. Of course, they both have notes of the items presented(if not, darn, they have a superb memory, lol); they make it fun(besides informative) for viewers. Tim also is a great host: he allows the vendors rep talk about watches and their characteristics; not like the girls that interrupt the vendor constantly with comments that don't follow the idea presented at the time.


Great job Mike, Jim and Tim..... we all enjoy it!

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Yes Mike has been very helpful and also entertaining.Him and Jim are Great ill stop there so not to dump on any other host in this very positive thread Good Job Scott __________________ KIMBER COMPROMISE SOMEWERE ELSE

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I like his style, straightforward, no BS, real and he seems to be just a regular guy. He keeps the shows on point and when he's on with Jim......WHAT COULD BE BETTER!! __________________


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Can't agree more, I always stop and watch if Mike is on. Put Mike with Jim and forget about it, even if I swore of all watches forever because I lost both arms in a horrific accident I would watch both of them do a show just for the endless laughs. __________________ Buy what you like, wear what you love. No one else matters.

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Quote: Originally Posted by thanthalin Can't agree more, I always stop and watch if Mike is on. Put Mike with Jim and forget about it, even if I swore of all watches forever because I lost both arms in a horrific accident I would watch both of them do a show just for the endless laughs.

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Awesome job Mike, keep up the good work. You keep us very informed. Thanks pal. __________________

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A+++++++!!!!!! Michael has really come into his own and I look forward to seeing what is in store for us and the rest of the "watch-lovin' world". He not only does a bang-up job for Invicta, ShopNBC, but, he is truly one of the reasons for theis forum's success. When he needs to flat-out "address" an issue.....he does. "dot, period, end of sentence" He is also one to contribute on the fun, which gains my respect. Thank You, Michael Thumpin_P __________________ To enjoy the freedom of speaking your mind,...You must first respect the person speaking his


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I agree!!! I have enjoyed watching Mike "come into his own" on Shop and he is excellent!! Thank you for everything Mike! 3Floydsfan View Public Profile Send a private message to 3Floydsfan Send email to 3Floydsfan Find all posts by 3Floydsfan Add 3Floydsfan to Your Contacts #35 Yesterday, 07:27 AM

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We all love that technical stuff intro'ing watches ... Great job ...


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Like many others, I believe, I had some doubt when Mike first began. That stated, he has become the face of Invicta. That" face" is both knowledgeable and entertaining. Always a genlteman, always good humored, and always very hard working, michael has enriched our lives and our enjoyment of this wonderful hobby. "You've come a long way, baby", and we're all the better for it. We thank you! Larry for watches only View Public Profile Send a private message to for watches only Find all posts by for watches only Add for watches only to Your Contacts #42 Yesterday, 08:24 AM thaatmes Member Member Geek

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Quote: Originally Posted by Scottie2hottie I just gotta say that watching big Mike is something else.He has always been good but he owns the show now. He goes into so much depth into all of the details about every watch. He's got a great personality and is as professional as it gets. Mike I know you have been working your butt off for a long time now and we really appreciate all the hard work. Eyal is one lucky guy to have you on board. Keep on kickin a*$

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Quote: Originally Posted by CarCa Mike and Jim are the best duo in the Shop. Of course, they both have notes of the items presented(if not, darn, they have a superb memory, lol); they make it fun(besides informative) for viewers. Tim also is a great host: he allows the vendors rep talk about watches and their characteristics; not like the girls that interrupt the vendor constantly with comments that don't follow the idea presented at the time. Great job Mike, Jim and Tim..... we all enjoy it!

Actually they do not have notes , I have been a guest in the studio that knowledge comes from there heads the only info given to them is the name of the next caller. If these guys do not know the watch they would be in trouble so they have to study the product before hand. There is much more to this job than just showing up that is for sure. They all do a fantastic job. __________________


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It has been fun watching Mike learn the biz. He is now the best __________________

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Always with the negative vibes! jbocon View Public Profile Send a private message to jbocon Send email to jbocon Find all posts by jbocon Add jbocon to Your Contacts #70 Yesterday, 03:53 PM

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WTG Mike I agree, Your doin an Awesome job! __________________

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redcad Senior Member Super Geek

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Mike is terrific. It sure tickles me when he has to deal with Jim when he is on a roll. __________________

So many watches to wear, so little time. redcad View Public Profile Send a private message to redcad


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Keep up the good work Mike... and you NEED a vacation soon... maxcola View Public Profile Send a private message to maxcola Find all posts by maxcola Add maxcola to Your Contacts #73 Yesterday, 04:33 PM daycoo2 Senior Member Super Geek

Great Post! I agree 100%! daycoo2 View Public Profile Send a private message to daycoo2 Find all posts by daycoo2 Add daycoo2 to Your Contacts #74

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Mike is unreal!!! bobbybmd View Public Profile Send a private message to bobbybmd Send email to bobbybmd Find all posts by bobbybmd Add bobbybmd to Your Contacts #75 Yesterday, 04:49 PM STILL TICKIN Senior Member Master WatchGeek

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I'm with that 100% and lately they have been working the "you know what" out of the man! Take a break Mike! __________________


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We have a solid watch crew on the shop now, Jim, Micheal, Tim Temple and Shawn Wilse (although I haven't seen him in quite a while)..If it wasn't for them, I would never dream of watch shop at home TV! AZinNJ View Public Profile Send a private message to AZinNJ Send email to AZinNJ Find all posts by AZinNJ Add AZinNJ to Your Contacts #77 Yesterday, 05:06 PM

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Mike really does an exceptional job on SNBC! Eyal is very fortunate to have him! Marlin Silver13Watch View Public Profile Send a private message to Silver13Watch Find all posts by Silver13Watch

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Count me in too. Helluva guy. djmjax View Public Profile Send a private message to djmjax Find all posts by djmjax Add djmjax to Your Contacts #79 Yesterday, 07:33 PM

Bxyankee21 Senior Member Senior Geek

I agree, Mike does a great job. Cudos Mikey! __________________

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Go hard or go home! Bxyankee21 View Public Profile Send a private message to Bxyankee21 Send email to Bxyankee21 Find all posts by Bxyankee21 Add Bxyankee21 to Your Contacts #80 Yesterday, 07:36 PM

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Totally agree Mike is awesome!!!!!!!!!!! spunky798 View Public Profile Send a private message to spunky798 Find all posts by spunky798 Add spunky798 to Your Contacts

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watch out jim. __________________

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Yeah.... I agree, Michael's doing an incredible job and was looking very dapper, last nigh.... well done.


Looking forward to the next series of shows. __________________

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tickerpass Senior Member Senior Geek

Mike Davis is "The MAN" __________________ TICKERPASS

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tempusviator Senior Member Veteran Geek

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I have to agree - Mike does an outstanding job - IMHO, he's a valuable asset to Invicta. tempusviator View Public Profile Send a private message to tempusviator Find all posts by tempusviator Add tempusviator to Your Contacts #85 Yesterday, 09:17 PM M.R.Time Member Member Geek

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Mike is great, esp when playing straight man to Jim. He is always professional, knowledgeable and a pleasure to watch. I always love the shows when he is on. Happy New Year Mike M.R.Time View Public Profile Send a private message to M.R.Time Find all posts by M.R.Time Add M.R.Time to Your Contacts #86 Yesterday, 09:32 PM


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Mr. Davis.... IS the MAN! Thanks Mike.... love the show. __________________ >> JOE << Does anybody really know what time it is?

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I enjoy Mike too, especially when he and Jim are cutting up. __________________

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Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine. Gary J View Public Profile Send a private message to Gary J Send email to Gary J Find all posts by Gary J Add Gary J to Your Contacts #88 Yesterday, 11:57 PM

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Michael is Mr. Lalo's Command and Control Center for Invicta's Theatre of Operations and does a damn good job of it too. We salute you Mike you are second to none Sir.

Jon Eyal is very lucky to have you at the helm.


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#89 Today, 11:42 AM silversparks Member Member Geek

Mike ho

jest kidding

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Micheal Davis is doin it!