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  1. Morning all, I'm wearing the new arrival today, the SRPB49K1 Samurai. Have a good day!
    18 points
  2. Good. morning all, going with this Omega Geneve, calibre 1012, from circa 1973 today.
    17 points
  3. To help celebrate @kevkojak's excellent 'Great Blue' thread in the Japanese section, I'm wearing my 7T32-6N40 version today.
    17 points
  4. Early start heading to Le Mans for the Moto GP with the boys... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    15 points
  5. Morning gang. Girlfriend took this the other day. Thought I’d share it. Have a good day
    14 points
  6. Movado Calendoplan from the early 1950s Calibre 128 movement Currently test driving my latest bargain purchase. Picked this up very cheap recently as a caked in dirt and filth non runner. It's been in the wars a bit, the crystal is a mess, the minute hand doesn't match the dauphine style hour hand and there's a few gouges on one of the lower lugs, luckily not too deep however. I was having a look at the movement to see if there was anything obviously wrong, it had been fully wound, the balance appeared undamaged and free and apart from a couple of missing screws from a bridge it a
    14 points
  7. Wish it was 16th of June, get early retirement at start of July, would be a lot closer to it. Morning Swiss Military "Commando" (Cal: ISA 8172-220) for this fine May morning.
    14 points
  8. Ugh! Dreadful hangover this morning so need a watch that's easy to see Christopher Ward C9 5-Day Small Seconds Chronometer
    13 points
  9. Made in America, the land of the free, defender of equality and diversity! Nixon 'October'. Have a lovely Thursday!
    12 points
  10. Hi all, Yesterday received my latest piece, a Seiko Samurai SRPB49K1. Having wanted one of these since a friend bought the Dawn Grey version, I managed to find it brand new online from a jeweller with a 25% discount. I am very pleased and if anyone has considered one of these, I would definitely recommend it Cheers
    12 points
  11. one of my homebuilds today,40mm case, miyota 8125 automatic..
    12 points
  12. On the train and at 8:15 the sun is out....
    12 points
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  15. Got a lay in this morning..! Grabbed this from the back of the box.
    10 points
  16. Greetings watch fans, I am wearing this Zenith Respirator cal 2562 automatic, circa 1968 today The gaskets fail often on these early model, hence the dial damage...
    10 points
  17. Fat Face cheapie for me today:
    10 points
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  19. Still sunny - does that make it another Zenith day?
    9 points
  20. this 1987 Callisto series 1 has been on my wrist since it arrived. Hand wind Lemania 1873 movement, 36mm case
    8 points
  21. Notwithstanding my well trailed predilection for GO, this (a hundred metres away, on the other side of the railway) is probably my favourite manufacturer at the moment. Very impressed with their obsession with detail, and of course hand working. Also, super customer service. Been invited to visit the factory in July -- will report back.
    8 points
  22. The lovely Zelos Horizons GMT, Meteorite dial.
    8 points
  23. Double dipping from the JayDeep-thread: Seiko 7a28-6000, a.k.a Bishop.
    7 points
  24. Wearing the Seiko Coutura today.
    7 points
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  28. Jet is obviously overworked & dreaming of his summer break Anyway, back in the real world of May16th I`m starting off with these... Eichmüller 7930-03, Miyota cal.8215 21 Jewels ALMIRANTE Navegante (Crepas/Tactico Group, Spain) Seiko Cal. NH38A, 24 Jewels
    5 points
  29. We all have a favourite brand, and I know that a good many of us focus on specific names with our buying. Personally, I'll try anything once (twice on Sundays) but I always have been and probably always will be drawn to Seiko watches. Over the last 15-odd years of buying Seiko watches there isn't much I haven't seen, but there are maybe half a dozen ranges which frankly are a collection all by themselves, a collector could quite happily spend years trying to track them all down. The Great Blue. One of my favourites. Not a lot is known about this series to tell the truth but it's a
    4 points
  30. My dream watch! Love the Alpinist Absolutely gorgeous. Got a bit of a Seiko obsession at the moment!
    4 points
  31. God that was lots of text and no pictures! Something about you sending me watches right ? I think you should buy this watch, looks great, timekeeping dependant on wearing another watch on the other wrist admittedly but the alarm is really LOUD ! The batteries shown in the background not required
    4 points
  32. Lily Allen - the Wordsworth of what? A trite money hound is not going to influence anyone with an IQ of more than 70. P1ss 0ff Lily, you`re attitude is well documented.
    4 points
  33. Here is my Seiko 7T32-6N40, model No. SDWG11P . I found this one from a seller in France and bought it as I was captivated by the dial. It was advertised as virtually NOS, and when I recieved it, found this to be true. The only downside was that the integrated bracelet was two links short for my 7.5" wrist, and with no chance of swapping it for a different one, I eventually had to fit a clasp extender to the already short clasp in order to wear it. Luckily, another member @russelk also sourced and bought one with the full sized bracelet, and seeing my problem, very generously donated the two l
    4 points
  34. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
    4 points
  35. Giving this 9ct Garrard from 1968 a turn today.
    4 points
  36. Feels like a Zenith kind of a day...
    4 points
  37. & now... STEINHART OCEAN ONE BRONZE 103-0575 SWISS MADE, ETA 2824-2 elabore 25 Jewels & CORGEUT "BRONZE" (PVD), MIYOTA cal.8215, 21 Jewels
    3 points
  38. yeh shouldnt you be in Scotland by now? till Mays out. Araf! just come to North Wales its nicer Cooling off its been hot. Sent from my SM-J320FN using Tapatalk
    3 points
  39. I think you would buy this mighty TW Steel Goliath: It reminds me of you in so many ways... It's got a big personality, just like you... It's quite complicated, just like you... it's ultra reliable, just like you... it's got a great looking face, just like you... and it's thick!
    3 points
  40. STEINHART MARINE TIMER SWISS MADE, Unitas cal.6498 17 Jewels. Reproduction Seikosha WWII Navy Aviator Chronometer, Seiko cal.7s26 21 Jewels.
    3 points
  41. My new Raymond Weil arrived last week, but the alligator strap I bought for it only arrived today, so first wear! Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
    3 points
  42. Same as yesterday, but now wearing a padded tan leather strap, more comfortable on a sweaty day,
    3 points
  43. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    3 points
  44. Good morning , Seiko Flightmaster for me today
    3 points
  45. Another Baume and Mercier today.
    3 points
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