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Friday watches 21.07.2017

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Orca Dress with black crocodile :)

Friday is beach time for me (first day of the week-end here like your Saturday). I love this watch ;)


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Last day of term! Hooray! The diver-on-rubber beach watch is in the fridge next to the beer, but this will keep me smiling until the bell goes.

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Citizen solar power today, though it will struggle to get much power under all this cloud. Hope the weather is better where you are.

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Resplendent in it's new strap - courtesy of one of Roy's Raffles, with thanks. :thumbsup:

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56 minutes ago, scottswatches said:

1953 Mido Multifort Datometer

1953 Mido Multifort

With the in house bumper movement

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Does the rotor knock against the bridge or something?

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3 minutes ago, Seikotherapy said:

Does the rotor knock against the bridge or something?

yes, the rotor spins about 320 degrees and hits the springs, bumping it back the other way where it hits to opposing spring.  Hence the term bumper  :thumbsup:

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called out to a late day of calibration work yesterday near exeter , wearing the casio 5610 1ER . how ever back on call this morning after an hour of paperpushing wearing the seiko auto until the ballon goes up next time ...

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something different at beer o'clock

HAGWE

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1 hour ago, scottswatches said:

yes, the rotor spins about 320 degrees and hits the springs, bumping it back the other way where it hits to opposing spring.  Hence the term bumper  :thumbsup:

Like it! Does it feel springy on the wrist?

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This on the left...

SEIKO/RLT SKZ211, cal.7S36, 23 Jewels (made in April 2005)

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I haven`t decided yet what`s going on the right wrist but, be assured, I`ll think of something  :tongue:

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