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brummie1875

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About brummie1875

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    Chronograph
  • Birthday 16/07/64

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  • Location
    Staffordshire via Kingstanding.
  • Interests
    Gaining as much knowledge as possible in subjects of which i know little by draining the minds of those that are wiser.
  1. New blood from Staffordshire.

    Welcome to the forum @Moriarty may your experience here be informative, interesting and inexpensive though the first two are easily achievable the last has me flummoxed.
  2. Wednesday 22nd November Quartz

    Powered by a Seiko Quartz movement it's this Apeks 500m Diver today. APEKS 500m by Paul, on Flickr And just because I had the camera out. APEKS 500m by Paul, on Flickr
  3. Tapatalk

    Just you or all? Sent from my HUAWEI VNS-L31 using Tapatalk Just uploaded the picture above ok so maybe just you buddy?
  4. Avatar Pics

    Mine is a picture of my Son on duty (and posing) for the Country Fire Service, Riverton in South Australia. Having just completed a B.A course he was recently on the State news channel in an article about the new Halo system fit out which gives greater protection to fire fighters on board the appliance in the event of a flashover which in the past has killed those trapped in an engulfed cab.
  5. A picture taken by my Son from the top of Mount Zero in the Grampians National Park Victoria Australia, I think it was a 180° panoramic shot but ended up in two pieces. Mount Zero, Grampians National Park, Victoria Australia by Paul, on Flickr Mount Zero, Grampians National Park, Victoria Australia by Paul, on Flickr
  6. how many is enogh

    I am on 15 that I wear in rotation sort of and a pre- order due next year, and maybe another if the expected price drops. Then there is 3 that see the wrist very occasionally and 4 that I rejuvenated for other family members that I have in my box a) because it fills a space that I don't think I have to fill and b) when not using them they keep leaving the watches in the most unsuitable places and they never clean them. But hopefully two more will be leaving soon(ish) and then I will try harder to resist the urge to click so fast. Really...........
  7. got one at last

    Exactly @craig12 for £20 it's not the end of the world and if it is working it's still a beater and I'm sure will still be used.
  8. Bezel Types

    Lightly Patinated. Lightly Patinated by Paul, on Flickr Black beauty. Black Beauty. by Paul, on Flickr Both dress I would say.
  9. I made it to 1500 now a giveaway

    One week to go, prizes sorted, just awaiting address labels and posting. Good luck to all who entered.
  10. Friday wrist attire

    This is a stunning looking watch @rafy1 rather spacecraft like. Just beautiful. 22mm screwed lugs on the Mk IV Vanguard @rafy1 first smaller watch size GG have produced and not the last hopefully.
  11. Saturday Automatic

    Todays pick from the box to adorn my slender wrist is the RLT 77 Spork. RLT 77. SPORK.. by Paul, on Flickr
  12. Editing posts

    It appears after Quote then comes Options then Bookmark but I believe it is only editable for a limited amount of time. You should see @ + Quote Edit Options Bookmark along bottom of post as you write it.
  13. Gruppo Gamma Owners Club

    The latest addiction to the collection is this Vanguard Mk IV A-04D. Seiko NH35A movement, PVD treated stainless steel case 42mm excluding crown and bolt on guards, vintage colour SuperLuminova, exhibition sapphire case back and double domed sapphire crystal with underside anti reflective coating. GRUPPO GAMMA VANGUARD Mk IV A-04D by Paul, on Flickr GRUPPO GAMMA VANGUARD Mk IV A-04D by Paul, on Flickr GRUPPO GAMMA VANGUARD MkIV- A-04D by Paul, on Flickr GRUPPO GAMMA VANGUARD Mk IV A-04D by Paul, on Flickr
  14. Friday wrist attire

    Same watch as yesterday different strap today, newer pictures from this morning. GRUPPO GAMMA VANGUARD Mk IV A-04D by Paul, on Flickr GRUPPO GAMMA VANGUARD Mk IV A-04D by Paul, on Flickr GRUPPO GAMMA VANGUARD Mk IV A-04D by Paul, on Flickr GRUPPO GAMMA VANGUARD Mk IV A-04D by Paul, on Flickr
  15. Thursday 16th Nov. Automatics

    Well looking at it close up it doesn't look like a sandwich dial as the bronze Vanguard does, and comparing it to our kids A-05 it is exactly the same bar the lume colours being different, the dial on the Divemaster is more like the dial on the Mk III Bronze. The question I wonder is has the 'sandwich' been negated by filling with lume?

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