ESL

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  1. When the did my old Speedy Pro Moonwatch, it came back pretty much like new. Bracelet and case work completely refurbed, new seals to winding stem and pushers, new crystal and one or two new gears which looked fine to me under a loupe, but which obviously were worn as far as they were concerned. All of which were done under the standard price - no additional costs were involved. Add to that tracked and insured postage both ways, a new credit-card type warranty card and a travel case in the usual red Omega Style and I don't consider that to be too bad value for money - especially as I had not had a thing done to it in over 6 years.
  2. A regular wearer in my watch-wearing routine. This thing that makes it a keeper for me, is the date - 1957 is my birth-year. That on my favourite watch, makes this a to-the-grave keeper and eventual keepsake for my Grandson.
  3. Armida Ollech & Wajs Victorinox
  4. Cringeworthy - in most all respects. The best bits: Bringing Evans on, seemingly 'unconscious' on a stretcher. Would have been improved though, by him staying that way for the remainder of the show. Test drive of the McLaren, but only the segment with Jensen Button in. AT LAST - someone who can drive!!! Say what you like about Clarkson, but he and Hammond really knew how to get a fast car around their track and have some fun whilst they were at it. Evans just looks like he is going shopping! Captain Slow would certainly get around faster! Seasick Steve. Not anything he did, just him. Totally cool guy! Seemed to just totally 'get' how dumb the whole thing was. The worst bits: The Africa segments. Competition: Don't spill the cocktail whilst driving up a seemingly flat track? Really??? Was that the best they could do? And why put three minor 'celebrities' in the cars with them? Is this a realisation that their own choice of presenters just can't carry it off on their own? Evans telling the audience that even though he only just told Jensen Button that the Mclaren was no longer available to buy (all sold and at a totally outrageous cost) he had just managed to buy the last one as a punter had just dropped out. That was just pure arrogance and showboating on Evans's part, 'waving his wad' at everyone watching and bragging that he has more money and can buy whatever he wants, whenever he wants it. Star in a car. WTF? Question: Why? Just why? Everything else. Even the Stig looks like he would rather move over to Amazon. Well - TG and Evans has had two hours of my life. I consider that more than a fair crack of the whip. But no more.
  5. This one today and will be my travelling companion for the next 8 days.
  6. you could try screen printing a clear acrylic dial with a circuit board layout. might be convincing, in a not too naff kind of way...
  7. This again today, but on a nice, new thick mesh...
  8. This again today. (And yesterday, maybe tomorrow as well - who knows?)
  9. Nice catch, Jase mate. Enjoy!
  10. Nice three there... That Mark II is lovely. From my desk today...
  11. Repetition rates in the evaluation of workstation ergonomics. Yeah... Boring, I know!
  12. This all week - SKX007-J on Jubilee.
  13. +1 (1,000,000 that is...)
  14. Now this is what I call a "find". Bloke in Germany last year with a WW2 Panther Tank, 88mm FLAK AA/Anti-Tank gun and an effing Torpedo all kept in his cellar! Loads on You Tube about it as well! Pensioner has a 'Panther' in the cellar
  15. I don't think there is anything to be offended by - it's not like they are disturbing war graves (I don't think so anyway). It's no different than if they were uncovering old Roman helmets (as long as it is not a scheduled historical site, anyway).