brummie1875

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About brummie1875

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  • Birthday 16/07/64

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    Down In The Wood in the shade
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    Gaining as much knowledge as possible in subjects of which i know little by draining the minds of those that are wiser.
  1. Citizen for me today also....
  2. This today, Apeks on Strapcode Super Engineer.
  3. APEKS 500M on Strapcode Super Engineer

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  4. Quick google search, threw this up. https://www.creativewatch.co.uk/repairs/casio Or maybe contacting Casio uk http://www.casio.co.uk/support/servicing-and-repairs/ Best'o luck hope you get sorted.
  5. New dies arrived, round down to 20mm, some square and some UFO shaped? Crystal promptly popped out, (no shattering) measured, ordered X2. Three minutes of fun including unwrapping for £7.85 .........
  6. Pretty much guaranteed this will end up pear shaped then as this one can only be 1.5mm thick maximum. Maybe underestimated with 2/3 order.
  7. Thanks that made me feel not so inadequate, if its good enough for the pro's it's good enough for me.
  8. No. I have shattered two crystals though, an old one I was taking out and it's replacement as I was putting it in! On the Pulsar diver I cleaned up! I recently purchased a ladies/ boys watch for my mom that needs crystal replaced but out of 15/20 dies I have none were small enough so am now awaiting delivery of yet another set to do the job before ordering the correct crystal to put in ( I will be ordering 2/3). This "cheap" watch is nay looking so cheap no more!
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  12. Not far away fom there, though i'm an admirer of your neck of the woods tbh with relatives in South Queensferry, Maddiston and Comrie.
  13. Damn! Secrets out now But i find it so sweaty when warm down here in the Muddlelands.
  14. Very nice watch, saw a few examples of Carpenter watches a while ago on e-bay and dithered over pulling the trigger until it was to late. Rubber is not for me personally, but each to their own and the watch would look great on whatever genre of strap was fitted.
  15. Todays time teller is this bronze beauty. The G Gerlach Submarine. And this is the information from the G Gerlach site. Technical specification: Size: 43x49mm, made form brass, case back made from steel 316L. Crown screw down, made from brass with a steel core. Waterproof WR100 Double domed sapphire glass with AR Sandwich dial high with pole brushed metal hour markers Brushed hands Movement: automatic Seiko/TMI NH35A Strap: leather with a brass buckle Brass under the influence of time and external factors patinates. That's what happens with this watch. You decide whether you want a watch clean it form a patine or keep it naturally an aged naturally.