Rotundus

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  1. i see Roy has one of these on offer at a very good price
  2. about to spend the next 2 days in hospital ... servicing a gamma camera chin up all those ward bound on a positive note my bloods came back all negative - so i am officially normal rotating between my 3 seikos at present with this coming off - been on all day so fully wound to this , just cos its still new to me and shiny - really pops in bright sunlight
  3. i like dates ; we usually get a couple of boxes in around christmas time.
  4. Swap to this from GMT - garden and garage clearout trips to dump completed. Back to the GMT soon though; that cider won't drink itself you know. [emoji482] Sent from my MotoE2(4G-LTE) using Tapatalk
  5. ... and now in a rather nice strap from Pavel. Sent from my MotoE2(4G-LTE) using Tapatalk
  6. going to leave it as is for now - gmt hand set to gmt ! i am anal enough to (insert 'kenneth williams nasal voice' here) correct for daylight saving time as required (return to 'anglo celt touch-of-mid-atlanic-drawl come hither' voice here). unless i change my mind - but at least it matches my car clock which is corrent - or will be when i write G.M.T. in tipex above it on the dash
  7. "thats HUGE !" 710 said last time i showed her. i suppose 42mm is a good size for dive watch, but wait till she sees the gmt is 44mm no stay shtum me, not much gets noticed - better that way
  8. seiko sportura kinetic gmt - picked up this morning, bracelet sized, bracelet put in box , new zulu put on watch. new leather on the way too so ... its currently british summer time ... do i set the GMT hand to GMT or BST ok, i know this all personal preference but ... erm
  9. i cut down by having a use for each watch so above - the timex is dad's watch - not worn much but my only deffo keeper. tag 2000 - the high days and tux nights - evenings and weekends only. g shock - reference piece - used to be in work rotation but doesn't get that much wear - keeper though, on composite bracelet and bars tom tom - running watch seiko solar dive - workwear seiko kinetic gmt - new in the door - shiney ! now on brand new blue zulu seiko srp025k1 - workwear light duties only , get quite a bit of evenings and weekends too brown box is gold cufflinks from late father in law - worn at my wedding by me grey box - quite a few pairs of misc cufflinks one pinkie ring - pressie from 710 - worn some weekends miniature grants - silly present from big brother.
  10. In today. Bracelet sized then replaced with new nato. Sent from my MotoE2(4G-LTE) using Tapatalk
  11. recovering offender me - had about 15 or 17 at my peak - seven is a good number - it makes choosing the next fun, as i really like what i have... theoretically
  12. they joys of not being a collector means i don't have to fill all the slots
  13. Q & D for now. Looks like I am turning into a fanboy. 7 seems to be the magic number :-) Sent from my MotoE2(4G-LTE) using Tapatalk
  14. No Friday thread yet , you slackers :-) One in one out, and some straps inbound too. HAGWE !