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chas g

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About chas g

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  1. So my son is graduating college

    buying a watch for someone is very difficult....................best tell him you want to but him a watch and the budget and let him choose what he wants. Then get the back engraved with your message
  2. if I wanted a watch for less than £300 I would definitely buy a seiko...............had a few and absolutely reliable and good value for money
  3. You get what you pay for.

    dont forget the half pennies of the farthings or the half farthings.............imagine 960 half farthings in you pocket just to buy something costing £1
  4. First Rolex

    The explorer 2 is a cracking watch and not to bling
  5. I Know I Keep On but... ..

    I know you keep on..................but that is why we like you.............keeps this place alive and attracts interesting post oh dear that looks like one hell of a hangover
  6. I know the feeling of sausage fingers, wobbly hands and poor eyesite trying to fix a watch - the taking apart is the easy bit but then comes the time to put it back together
  7. you could have bought a timex but not an Audemars Piguet
  8. ooops but a lovely looking watch so worth the cost of a service
  9. just ball park for the service £1000?
  10. He is like a blood hound and wondering why his nose was twitching
  11. Doubling up.

    I prefer the one on the left................nice and clear dial
  12. Something strange this way comes

    courgette.............green hands mmmmmmmmmmmmmm
  13. and this is called what?

    I like that
  14. Trading Watches

    and your posts too..............please keep up the good work

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