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Friday 11 08 2017

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Rotundus    3,157

change of plans as extra work cropped up , so home tonight and away tomorrow night

 

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but a few beers with a mate as a bonus :drinks:

hagwe :rltrlt:

 

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Faze    4,744

I gave this to a mate at work, because I was fed up of seeing the "boys" watch he was wearing, and last week, after a good year the battery ran out, he bought a proper watch and handed it back!
99p later and I'm wearing it today to pee him off :)

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scottswatches    5,157
7 minutes ago, JimboJames1972 said:

Day 2 of my first aid course, this for me today...

Friday 11 August

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A Tudor Anger. What's it upset about?:laugh:

This before it goes to the spa

1954 Omega Constellation bumper automatic

1954 Omega Constellation bumper automatic 

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martinzx    6,296

A recent addition for me :) 

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52 minutes ago, futuristfan said:

MQ Today. Lazy old pic.

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i am in love :notworthy:

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Iceblue    4,053

Last day on holiday in Palma nova I've had the seiko 7548 quartz on all week 

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Just noticed the date wrong oh well I am on holiday lol

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andyclient    974

Something a bit different today a memocall alarm , dials a bit beaten up but I guess it adds a bit of character  :)

Memocall

 

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Robden    4,774

New in yesterday so has to be this but, twas on a stiff leather strap so swapped it for a milanese. Now it's really comfortable.

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Sunbeam S7    616

Tissot Autolub (Astrolon) from the early to mid 1970's. 

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Mostly plastic movement with only 52 components and no screws.

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Ullevi    1,440
36 minutes ago, Robden said:

New in yesterday so has to be this but, twas on a stiff leather strap so swapped it for a milanese. Now it's really comfortable.

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Lovely, and looks good on the Milanese mesh :thumbs_up:

Please show us a shot of the column wheel chronograph movement if you get a chance :notworthy:

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Karrusel    7,710
59 minutes ago, bridgeman said:

Eugene says hello after months in his box

 

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What a beauty, kept that one quite Chris.....naughty boy :nono:

I'm hoping it has the ring type rotor........give us a peek (please).

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