William_Wilson

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William_Wilson last won the day on September 6 2016

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  1. Thanks. It was lucky I got it when I did, I couldn't afford it these days. Later, William
  2. Omega Seamaster 300, cal.552 24 jewel automatic. 1966. Later; William
  3. Best of luck Roger, with the recovery. Later, William
  4. What is the watch with the sub second hand? Now Nigel, now that the watch aspect of this thread has been broached... It is, more precisely, a touque, a sickening green touque. Later, William
  5. I think everyone should ask themselves whether they want a particular watch or NEED a particular watch. When it happens, I usually need a new watch. Later, William
  6. If I wanted it in a couple of weeks, I'd purchase it in a couple of weeks! In all likelihood, I'd upsell myself and buy the even better and more expensive model. Later, William
  7. An authorised dealer will be the thing to look for, to know for sure. Later, William
  8. I watched the whole thing! I haven't regretted my actions this much since I watched an Archie video. Later, William
  9. When the announcer was bleating about "made by hand" my eyes were rolling furiously. Alux forgot, evidently, whilst Googling the research for that video to find out the difference between "made" and "assembled". I'm not bothered really. I was annoyed slightly by the odour of "wannabe" garish wealth the script was suggesting. Later, William
  10. Thank you for spending some time with us, A-HOLE-LUXER! Roger, have you no shame? That Google regurgitant must turn people away from Rolex more than anything else. Later, William
  11. Perhaps dive watches are getting smaller as a result of the incredible pressure they are subjected to in the depths of the sea. Later, William
  12. Nothing unusual for me today, though today does mark my tenth anniversary on The Watch Forum. Omega Seamaster Chronograph, cal.1040 22 jewel automatic. 1973. Later, William
  13. Looks good. That DDR memory is not cheap, it is good that it came with the system. Have you checked which generation of processors it has? Later, William
  14. Omega Seamaster Chronograph, cal.1040 22 jewel automatic. 1973. Later, William
  15. Probably more like Charlie McCarthy, a puppet of the state! Later, William