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  1. 17 points
  2. Longines today and tomorrow.......
    17 points
  3. Morning chap's [emoji12] Off out Exploring today, pups had all his injections. Sent from my HRY-LX1 using Tapatalk
    16 points
  4. Have a great weekend watch lovers! My vintage Omega Seamasters Classic Line day/date circa 1984 And a song from the same year!
    16 points
  5. With all the GS models appearing on the forum, I thought this would be good today
    16 points
  6. Morning all... Railmaster Cal: 8860 Co-axial, 35 jewel. Still on leather, which I'm beginning to like more
    16 points
  7. And I'm quite pleased about it....
    15 points
  8. Swapped over to my latest addition, what can I say, I like green.
    15 points
  9. Strela 3133 re-issue HAGD
    14 points
  10. The tudor is getting an outing today Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
    14 points
  11. Morning all trying a Saturday post whilst at gymnastics with the wee lad have a brilliant Saturday all
    13 points
  12. Morning Seiko Saturday for me, Seiko Presage SRPB05J1 (Cal: 4R35B)
    13 points
  13. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
    12 points
  14. Morning, This 1960s Avia Olympic with a 17j FHF 73-4 for today. With American connections by way of Ball, and roots back to 1887, the original Avia company has had an interesting, if ultimately rather downbeat, history. Regards.
    12 points
  15. Keep forgetting Dan's in the draw.
    12 points
  16. Hammy this morning.
    11 points
  17. Bedding in the Uncle Seiko GL881
    11 points
  18. Poljot Buran today:
    10 points
  19. For now, off to collect my new Hamilton so there may be a change later. My first ever Orient, got to be honest I wasn’t that wowed by it when it arrived but it’s grew on me a little.
    10 points
  20. Strange day today, up early to China Town here in Bangkok, as the other half wanted to buy gifts for her staff for Chinese New Year, which is a big thing here. Pam herself is Thai Chinese. So what did she buy? Fold up shopping bags - lol - 20 of them! So were loads of others buying the same. Big thing here, as Thailand, identified to it's shame, as one of the worst polluters of the Worlds Oceans, has effectively banned the issue of single use plastic bags from 1st January. So everyone needs bags!!! Anyway, I got a bit bored in the traffic, so took a few 'real life' shots of my Bremont MB3. Madam also tried a new car park today and had the shock of her life when she realised the way out was through part of the market. She was flapping somewhat as the hordes were reluctant to move out the way. Oh well, back to the usual car park next time! The day got better later though, as I bought a new strap for one of my Seikos and that will be on my wrist tomorrow.
    9 points
  21. Good morning watch nuts STEINHART OCEAN ONE BRONZE 103-0575, SWISS MADE, ETA 2824, elabore, 25 Jewels & CORGEUT "Bronze" (PVD), MIYOTA cal.8215,21 Jewels.
    9 points
  22. Very early 60s, as far as I can tell, Allaine, with Felsa 1560 inside, and no date to complicate things.
    8 points
  23. SEIKO 5 SPORTS NZH60K1, cal.7S36C 23 Jewels SEIKO 5 SPORTS SNZH57, cal.7S36C 23 Jewels
    7 points
  24. Just fitted an aftermarket bracelet to my DS 30,if I keep the combo Ill get the bracelet bead blasted.
    7 points
  25. That really is nice Rob.
    7 points
  26. I've got one of these rather nice Sekonda dive watches which I bought some time ago for a bargain price at the time, via Amazon. I am surprised to see that this model is still available on Amazon, currently priced at £49.95 (pic from images-na.ssl-images-Amazon.com):
    6 points
  27. Yeah, I'm in for a bit of yellow...
    6 points
  28. Just to keep the forum turning over who has any yellow watches, I have 3 which I had forgotten about.
    5 points
  29. Today's pick from the box. Sent from my MAR-LX1A using Tapatalk
    5 points
  30. Omega SMP Chronometer I will never part with this Watch, one day I hope to get a newer model to keep it company. I have the Quartz variant as well
    5 points
  31. The "5" was a gift that went " AWOL", and the "Mini Turtle" was bought by a friend who couldn't live with its timekeeping, so a deal was arranged. The 5 is around +5s/day, manual/auto and hacking seconds. The bracelet is truly appalling, the pins can literally be pushed out by light finger pressure, but everything else is good, nicely finished etc. I just need to figure out what strap to put on it. The Turtle was running around 40+ seconds/24 hrs, but, when on my wrist, +4-5s/24 hrs. Figure that one out ? Anyway, I'm delighted with it, and I did give its previous owner the opportunity to have it back. I prefer the look of the waffle strap to the original, but it is nowhere near as comfortable. You'll also notice the bezel aligns to within 5 thou.
    4 points
  32. I can play Seiko 6139 is yellow / yellowish No arguments about this one being yellow Doxa Sub600T Divingstar one of Doxa's genuinely limited editions from the early days of the reborn brand
    4 points
  33. 4 points
  34. I`m going semi naked for my last change before midnight... Shenhua 9684 (Qinghai Huzhu Watch Factory) Shenhua 9581, 21 Jewels (Qinghai Huzhu Watch Factory, China) Ooh Err Missus!!
    4 points
  35. Oh hello...did someone mention yellow? There have been a few over the years, and I still have most... Casios Seikos... Tauchmeister... I still keep a look out for an original yellow Brietling Super Ocean...the modern ones are hideous, and a yellow Doxa wouldn't go amiss...and I might consider a yellow Luminox Navy Seal.
    4 points
  36. Only the one and it Hardley gets worn these days.
    4 points
  37. The results of yesterday's trip to Nottingham. [emoji16] Sent from my HRY-LX1 using Tapatalk
    3 points
  38. Imagine that crown on yesterdays 'Master Banker' watch.
    3 points
  39. Classy looking header tank caps. Much better looking than the plassy ones on newer cars. I used to enjoy polishing mine.
    3 points
  40. New in last week along with the Longines and SevenFriday but this model surprised me the most. Ordinarily I’d have opted for the automatic version but they weren’t available and they were at a much higher price point (think Longines and Oris tier). In fact I never really considered the T-Race models due to their motorbike inspired designs but after handling them in person I was genuinely surprised at how great they looked and how well engineered they felt in the hand, especially how solid the straps feel connected to the case. Although not a fan of MotoGP I do appreciate the mechanical cues that have gone into the design. The drilled brake disc inspired bezel along with a brake calliper for the crown guard and suspension arms for the straps really make the T-Race stand out to anyone who enjoys motorsport and mechanical engineering. The normal T-Race in s/steel, silver sub-dials and black dial looks great and at the price point it’s a real contender for a great looking analogue sports watch. But this PVD coated s/steel LE version has a different dial layout that makes reading the chronograph registers easier and the colours and strap made it stand out over the normal model. Definitely worth handling one in person if you’ve dismissed them (as I did) previously.
    3 points
  41. Found this while doing some research. A lot of good info and reading. https://motorcycletimeline.com/1910-2/
    2 points
  42. HaHa yes we will see but I do usually keep my word.
    2 points
  43. Sorry Kev ! Having had a good ol' rummage it would appear that I'm completely devoid of anything horologically significant ((YELLOW'). While we wait for the next contributor allow me to provide a little entertainment...
    2 points
  44. Whoa! I'm familiar with Rogers yellow offerings, which are all pretty special, but I love this as well, goes great with the bracelet! Love it!
    2 points
  45. I would go with the PRS25 . But Eddie is laid up at the moment so no orders are being taken the last time I looked.
    2 points
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