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  1. 16 points
    Happy Speedy Tuesday !
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    Good morning, AVI-8 auto for today...
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    Speedmaster 125 today.
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    Cool and showery here today- Alpina Startimer, cal. AL525, 25 jewels:
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    Pam 027 today on a freshly made strap. [emoji106] Sent from my LG-H440n using Tapatalk
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    Got the Phoibos Wavemaster with me this week.
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    White mother pearl on sea snake today
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    A rarely found Roamer 44 jewel rotodate And I'm loving this one
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    Hima Sharkmaster today
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    Time for some T..... TISSOT T-SPORT PRS-516, T91.1.483.31 ETA cal.2836-2 25 Jewels & T91.1.488.41 RETROGRADE cal.G51.261.
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    Thank you it's a 100% 70's beast
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    The Sbdc055 I ordered didn't arrive today as hoped, so I'm consoling myself with an Amstel and my AT.
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    My holiday (day) watch this week, from the Costa Del Sol............
  24. 6 points
    I turned 48 on friday, and a fine birthday haul indeed!
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    Morning all. Just thought I would share a picture of my small, but growing collection. Just sold a few others last week but I am sure more additions will soon be added. Hope you all have a great day. Regards Mr F
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    Clean white face for today...
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    At least they haven't folded, which is what I was fearing when the news first broke last year. I just hope they don't suffer the same fate as Glycine seem to be under Invicta ownership. Gratuitous wrist shot
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    Never been to an auction before but popped in our local one which was having a jewelry and collectables 2 day event. Looked through the online brochure and spotted this Invicta which caught my eye. Turned up early to have a look, boxed with paperwork all links still fitted and totally unmarked, looked unworn! So I registered and ended up with it! Well pleased. USA made case with a Seiko movement, very heavy with bracelet links from solid. Not heard of Invicta before but I am very impressed. Alan
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    Sixty two minutes to sunset. Steve.
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    Well, if we are showing off, I’ll join in as well if that’s alright????
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    I love the bulky/chunky design and the strap!
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    I have trouble resisting chronographs...so... Roger
  34. 2 points
    I think I prefer this version.
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    Sadly, none at the moment. All tweed jackets have pocket squares. Just remembered my dog has a harris tweed bandana.
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    Philipp has been in charge since July. Great brand Fortis, I wish they could get a bit more traction in the UK. They've been in the background since the 1920's and should really have taken off (pardon the pun!) the way Breitling did with their specially designed pilot watches. For some reason, they ended up left behind. Two of my all time fave watches are the B-42 "Mission to Mars" edition (I love a bit of orange!) and the mental "IQ" (pictured below) by Rolf Sachs. If anyone here has never seen the Sachs special editions, google Fortis Frission, Fortis IQ and Fortis 2pi. Very, very clever designs.
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    Fortis Watches AG have announced new ownership under Jupp Philipp (Entrepreneur) from 1st September 2018. CEO is Lorenz Aebischer who has worked for Mido, Tissot and Auguste Reymond in the past. It will be interesting to see how things move forward.
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    @Roger the Dodger Could you please merge the threads? Thanks Cass
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    @Roger Nice watch and a bargain price. I picked up the version with orange accents about three or four years ago and have really enjoyed it. Mine came on a blue rubber strap which got swapped pretty quickly. The bracelet on yours looks good! Enjoy.
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    Just one more final update to this one, I went into Peterborough General Hospital on Friday and had a 2nd operation, and this time it was successful! The surgeon was bloody brilliant, and has managed to remove the main offending stone which was trapped tightly in the tube between kidney and bladder, then he also got to another large stone inside the kidney itself and removed that as well. Honestly, the way they describe it, this might as well be science fiction, with lasers and cameras going into... well... places you would believe possible! He fitted a catheter again due to my previous experience (he'd discussed that with me before the operation went ahead), and that will be removed tomorrow, together with a temporary stent which replaced the previous one he'd fitted. This one is on a "string" - In reality, a tiny thin wire that will get pulled out at the same time as the catheter tube - Ouch!). All very unpleasant, but necessary and at least this time he fitted it while I was unconscious so I didn't feel it going in, which was the worst part on the previous one. I was going to put this pic on the WRUW thread, but they kept me in overnight and I didn't get home until late last night: I like the colour of the strap, but the timekeeping on this one is rubbish! Once again, thanks very much to everyone who took the time to comment here, it was greatly appreciated and cheered me up at quite a difficult time
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    Not sure about that age of watch, but specialist watch auctions have always been my choice for selling vintage issued military stuff.
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    That`s a great collection of watches you have Mr F. Looking forward to seeing which way you take it next
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    Check this out or any courier who offers COD services. https://www.dpd.com/de_en/sending_parcels/our_options/cash_on_delivery the old addage, if in doubt, don't, springs to mind. If someone I intended to purchase from "steered" me in the direction of a payment service that appears to be a bad rash, I'd walk.
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    Look at the white dialled (lumed) Damasko's. Great watches and a long term target for me. I sold the one I had to another member here!
  45. 1 point
    A nice collection...bit of everything there.
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    A good staking set is a useful tool to have in a workshop. A jewel press is expensive and will get limited use. A staking outfit is a more general tool that will enable the fitting of jewels and many other bench duties. It may require additional tool skills, but will save £££££££££'s on unnecessary tool purchases. Hope this helps.
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    liking the Squale and Longines .... very smart collection
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    Still have my Yankee somewhere, still has a jubilee clip on it to stop it rolling away from you, I was proud as punch when I first got it
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    This usually, and recently, this. Nobody knows what they are anyway.
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