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  1. 26 points
    On behalf of an old man three short of 17 k likes please press the button generously to get me there In return I will put up a competition for this amazing Swiss Hanowa .......... I call that a fair exchange I'll get the competition up before the end of the week. Please give generously Cheers
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    Really pleased with this one and it’s the watch I’ve wanted since nearly day one of this hobby! It’s going to be the last one in for a long time because we’re expecting a new ‘incoming’ bundle of joy next year so I’ll be concentrating on baby funds and not watch funds for the foreseeable Anyway.... here she is and to say I’m chuffed is an understatement
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    I really think that our American friend, Jay Deep, is a "crazy" Son Of a B........! Look what he dun send me........A Strela I was looking for an alarm watch a couple of months ago but stopped when I didn't find one that I liked because they were too small for my tastes and had a feeble alarm. Now, thanks to @JayDeep I have one that's in excellent condition (brand new?) and of a great size. In the correct wooden box, to boot. I really don't know what else to say. "Chuffed or what?" doesn't really do it. Astounded? Well I'll go to the foot of our stairs? What a forum ..................What a guy! Thank you so very much Jay.
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    Think this is circa 1963? Single case back holding a Landeron 51, 38mm stainless case Pretty though regardless of the year
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    This is going to be staying on my wrist a long time. I just love it and it cost less than half that of others in its class, which I own several of. I'm just floored with the quality. And because it cost so little I don't care about hurting it!
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    The weekend beckons, so it's out with the SMP for this evening.
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    This silver Smiths from 1945 today.
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    SMP Automatic And a memory from 1983
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    Got one of the big boy's out today for the first time in quite a while!
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    This Tudor Oyster Royal for today.
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    Black Friday watch...............
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    This may be my last ever post. I set my wife's new car stereo up last night after uploading 14000 songs to an SD card. When she starts the car this morning it will play Morrissey's "You're the one for me, fatty". I know I am dead! 1966 Eterna-matic 3000, with box and papers for 1969
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    Omega Seamaster, calibre 471, circa 1957.
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    Girard-Perregaux Traveler II (4935) put it on yesterday and it will stay for the weekend. Loving it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Old pics, but the Garmin Fenix 2 for a run up Simons seat this morning Then probably the Omega SMP for kids Xmas party this afternoon
  25. 18 points
    Morning all, it'll be this one today for me
  26. 17 points
    Almost the weekend again.... Yay! This one for me today...
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    Snow in Essex this morning so fancied wearing this
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    This 9ct Omega, 26.5T3, from 1946 today.
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    Out for a 'christmas get together' with some of the 710's work colleagues tonight (Oh Gawd!)........will wear the SMP.
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    It is Sunday, can ya' dig it? I thought ya' could! Omega Seamaster Chronograph, cal.1040 22 jewel automatic. 1973. Later, William
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    It's been a week now & currently running at +3 seconds........ .........impressed!
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    This 9ct Tudor Prince from 1956 today.
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    Friday again, and I fancy the Spork for later.
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    [emoji851][emoji851] Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
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    Cold and frosty here, but none of the white stuff. Yet...? Some more leather arrived a couple of days ago so it was time to try a new strap. Keep safe and warm,folks. J
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    This 9ct Longines Flagship from 1962 today.
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    A change from my smp today.
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    C9 Moonphase. Cal: JJ04 (modified Eta 2836-2), 25 jewel.
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    Starting the month with the Glycine Stratoforte chronograph. Valjoux 7750. Ref. 3803
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    Got the Glycine on for my travels. I will try to report in if possible. Have a good Friday and weekend all:
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    Sea-Gull 19 jewel ST-5 movement Sent from my LG-M200 using Tapatalk
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