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    Is this supposed to be helpful?
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    Does anyone know the lug-to-lug measurement of the Timex 41mm Fairfield? I'm afraid that a 41mm watch is really pushing the limit on my thin wrist. I could get the 37mm, but it is not available with the small second hand complication, which I really like.
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    It seems to work fine if I set it, back up and set it again. I don't wear it often, so I can't say how it works for long periods.
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    I'll try that. Since I set it 10 minutes fast, it has kept good time -- it remains 10 minutes fast. I think it's possessed.
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    Great idea! Why didn't I think of that? Actually, I just got the watch from a dealer in Ukraine who said it was just serviced. I thought about bringing it in to a shop here in town to have it looked at. The main reason I bought it is because my grandmother's name was Slava. I only paid about $90 for it. I'd hate to have to pay a lot to have it adjusted. At some point, I might have the movement replaced with a quartz.
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    No. Every time I reset it, it loses 10 minutes and then stays 10 minutes slow all day. It does not continue to lose time.
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    I have a Russian Slava I need to take in for service. But first I'd like to get a rough idea of what might be wrong. I wind it and set it, and within a day it is 10 minutes slow. I keep it wound and a couple days later it is still 10 minutes slow. It is consistently ten minutes slow after I reset it. So it seems to be keeping perfect time once it loses those 10 minutes. Does that make sense?
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    Cigars and Whisky

    I have a cigar question for you guys that might sound strange. I don't smoke, but I remember going to baseball games (White Sox) when I was a kid in the '50s. Back then, smoking in public was permitted. There was always someone in the stands smoking a cigar. I loved smelling them. To me, it's sort of like smelling burning leaves in autumn. Once in a while now, I'll pass someone with a cigar and remember those days. Anyway, (now the strange part) I thought about buying a cigar once in a while to burn on the back porch (like incense) while I sit reading and listening to music on a nice day. In your opinion, what are some brands (nothing too expensive) that smell the best?
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    Name That Strap

    I just bought a Montblanc 1924 75th Anniversary Reserve de Marche (LE). It's wearing a replacement strap. Does anyone know what the original strap would have been?
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    Anyone had experience of JOMASHOP

    I'm certainly no expert, but if the watch is expensive, I'd make sure they offer a world-wide manufacturer's warranty. They might be an authorized dealer for some brands, but not for others. If they offer their own warranty, service will probably be done in a questionable manner by a questionable technician. I'm basing this on what I have heard and read, not from experience.
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    Smiths PRS-35 & PRS-38

    I think I might have to buy a PRS-38, and later, a PRS-35.
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    Smiths PRS-35 & PRS-38

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    Smiths PRS-35 & PRS-38

    Here's their address. What's the problem? 38 Swanbourne Road SHEFFIELD South Yorkshire S5 7TL United Kingdom
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    Smiths PRS-35 & PRS-38

    Who has a Smiths PRS-35 or PRS-38? I really like both. What do you think of yours. Does anyone have photographs to share? I asked Eddie at Timefactors, but he said the only ones he has are posted on his website.
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    I Want a Nice British Watch

    I like the PRS-35! So I guess Smiths and Roger W. Smith are different companies.

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