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brummie1875

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About brummie1875

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    Chronograph
  • Birthday 16/07/1964

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    Staffordshire via Kingstanding.
  • Interests
    Won't be long now!
    Gaining as much knowledge as possible in subjects of which i know little by draining the minds of those that are wiser.
  1. Sudden Crisis...

    I doubt the brown shown will be a match but a more concise search may result in a suitable replacement. https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/192039994201
  2. Saturday watch parade 24th

    @JimboJames1972 I was pleasantly surprised how they looked with my shakey hands and gouty wrists.
  3. Sudden Crisis...

    Most of the straps I have purchased have arrived with two keepers one fixed one free moving and for those that come with one a dab of gorilla goo or super stick between inside back of keeper and back of strap will keep it in desired final position.
  4. Saturday watch parade 24th

    Vanguard N-18B with it's patina slooooooowly and gradually forming it's own natural individuality.......... Vanguard N-18B by Paul, on Flickr Vanguard N-18B by Paul, on Flickr Vanguard N-18B by Paul, on Flickr Vanguard N-18B by Paul, on Flickr
  5. Nine Quartz Watches

    Nice one @Cyclops930 .
  6. New arrival!

    Very nice indeed. I am partial to a nice blue dial too.
  7. Budget Thursday

    When I spotted this on the GG site at a reduced price it fell within 'buget' so it was snapped up.......... Tenuous use of the “ buget” part of the O.P I know but I'm still taking the tablets so this is what I'm wearing. GG VANGUARD A-04D by Paul, on Flickr GG VANGUARD A-04D by Paul, on Flickr
  8. Quartz Wednesday (Feb 21)

    Putting aside the slight technical difference of not being a quartz it's this for me today. First watch on the wrist since Sunday due to Mr Gout visiting again . DSC_0182 by Paul, on Flickr IMG_20180221_140215 by Paul, on Flickr
  9. Seiko SPB053J1 arrived today!

    Very nice, lovely deep blue colour. Did you hear about the new species of watch eating moth that loves to feed on any new watch from the Asian continent ( especially those originating from Japan) in the dark of a cupboard or drawer? A valid reason if ever to keep it close to the wrist! Enjoy your new timepiece.
  10. RLT 29?

    Very strange indeed, as I said it was beyond my budget but it's always great to have a 2nd / 3rd /4th opinion when looking at such items. Sent from my HUAWEI VNS-L31 using Tapatalk
  11. RLT 29?

    Interesting item just spotted on eBay. Would I be correct in thinking that this one would be pre-upgrade? Certainly looks like the ones in the Concise Guide section. Except for this being a chronograph version and still having a Tag dial. Does it look right to those that would know? (not that it's in my range by any means). https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RLT29-Tag-Heuer-Prototype-EDGE-Very-Rare/122973764260?hash=item1ca1cebaa4:g:DjIAAOSw~IBae-9r
  12. Song Titles Game

    "I'm always going to love you" - Dexys. Guess which album I recently listened to?
  13. Seiko NH35

    A few of the Gerlach models used this movement Rog, Fighter Squadron 303/ 7TP Tank /Navigator etc, the other movements used are Miyotas and Seagulls.
  14. Seiko NH35

    My meagre few. Gerlach Submarine by Paul, on Flickr GRUPPO GAMMA ASCENT A-31M. by Paul, on Flickr VANGUARD A-04D by Paul, on Flickr Gruppo Gamma Vanguard N-18B by Paul, on Flickr DSC_1039 by Paul, on Flickr

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