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  1. HiFi ..

    Why even bother with coathangers when you can use Bluetooth and fresh air. And my headphones are nice and stealthy for work, no cables to get caught up in clothes. One of the better inventions of recent years
  2. Young Watch Sunday.

    Back to a bit of graft tomorrow so my all too short weekend is over. A major fail on Big M's part, she misjudged the quantity of vodka required this weekend so instead of a Jager Bomb I have to neck a pint of the stuff. Hey Ho I hope you enjoyed your weekend as much as Big M and I did.
  3. Young Watch Sunday.

    It was cold !!!!
  4. How good are CW watches?

    I like the word "possibly" Always gives you a bit of a get out clause when their legal team gets fired up.
  5. Ram raid in Leeds ( Rolex AD )

    That's what happens in the world of haves and have nots Maybe if thing were a bit more even........... No doubt in other such like cases their insurance will cover it including the stuff that never really got nicked
  6. How good are CW watches?

    Nice high revving 327 Chevy Corvette small block V8 and four on the floor. On top of that stunning good looks and only about a hundred made. What's not to like @Nigelp Better than a rusty Interceptor Possibly
  7. How good are CW watches?

    Sorry but I'm the stubborn type, had a bad experience with a Seiko Monster, a bit like the Audi A6 which had the most uncomfortable seatd and driving position of any car I've driven and even to this day wouldn't have one if you gave me it for nothing. And then there was the Skoda, they did give me that for nothing but it was rubbish, a cheap tin can on wheels, so I actually gave them it back and used my own car.
  8. How good are CW watches?

  9. How good are CW watches?

    Call me an old cynic again if you like but that they seem to to be on permanent 50% off sales, probably tells you everything you need to know. A bit like those shopping channels "RRP is a gazillion quid but tonight.......... Has anybody here actually bought one at fullprice ??
  10. BMW Watch Winder.

    Just buy a motor for a whole lot less, scrap it, get your money back on the spare parts then find a good electrician that can sort the whirley bits to wind the watches https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201801182870667?advertising-location=at_cars&advertising-location=at_cars&postcode=ts252rw&sort=price-asc&page=3&make=BENTLEY&onesearchad=Used&onesearchad=Nearly New&onesearchad=New
  11. Young Watch Sunday.

    Even though it was a bit cloudy and cold Bill, Big M and I got suited an booted and went out for a bit of car parking & some cheap fizz GMT this afternoon
  12. BMW Watch Winder.

    A few years ago I was lucky enough to see the BMW Art Cars. I had to go all the way to Australia But hey ho. That being said they were usually behind that Derek bloke in his Jag
  13. BMW Watch Winder.

    As an asides a bloke at work crashed his Beemer and for whatever reason it went back to a BMW main dealer to be repaired. The loner he was given is one of those new M140's Not a particularly good looking thing, still has that clowns shoe look about it but what an engine, goes like a kicked cat.
  14. Strangely I've become a bit attached to my £27 Casio World Timer. Although that has a bit to do with preparing myself for cashing in my lot for that one last big party in the sun. And to be honest I won't even need a watch.
  15. Things That Just Aren't The Same

    He never had a bear I can't really remember how old I was but getting taken to the town hall by my Dad and a bloke turns up with a real live bear in the back of his bus. Kids just can't see that sort of thing these days.

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