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  1. Today it's this one's turn....
    21 points
  2. Chucking it down, this morning, so a damp "just outdoors", picture. Steve.
    17 points
  3. 17 points
  4. Seiko SRP043K1 aka the 'Spork'.
    17 points
  5. Morning Was raining earlier, thunder and a bit of lightning, but starting to look a bit brighter. Vostok Europe 'N1 Expedition' (Cal: NH35A)
    17 points
  6. Today's challenge is Taking photos and video of this that has a mirrored dial without getting reflections! What a big chunk of a watch!
    15 points
  7. .Vintage Seiko 66-7100 today .
    15 points
  8. Junghans 7750 Archimedes Chronoscope, having its first outing on my wrist today. (Annoyed with reflections in photo- didn’t notice until I uploaded it!)
    15 points
  9. Time to break it out and shake it out! A favourite watch and a favourite strap. HAGD
    14 points
  10. Nipped over to Banchory this morning to escape the Stonehaven haar. Stayed for a couple of hours then back to Stoney, and it's a bit brighter. Longines 4x Retrograde from the Master Collection for company this afternoon in the garden.
    13 points
  11. Still going with the Yema.
    13 points
  12. Wow that rained some .. probably lots more to follow .. so a bright one today
    13 points
  13. Rained all through the night.."damp"! now...hopefully it will brighten up later though. So a wee bit of colour is called for today. Sorry.............old pic!
    13 points
  14. Tissot everytime swissmatic rose gold today (T109.407.36.031.00)
    12 points
  15. This came few days ago, I got it with the idea it could be a donor if ever my 3 other watches with the same caliber should need parts. But it’s just too good to use as a donor seeing as it’s fully working. So I’ll wear it [emoji4] Have a good day. Girard-Perregaux Cal.352 Quartz
    12 points
  16. Seagull ST5 this morning.
    12 points
  17. Morning, This Ardath for today, dating from the 1940s and running on a 15j FEF 190. Made by Dreyfuss & Co of Geneva, the earliest date of whose founding I can find being 1934. I've also seen similar-period watches branded as "New-Ardath", but how (or if) they were related, I've yet to discover. Regards.
    12 points
  18. Modern take on the radio room Vostok
    12 points
  19. Satin Grey Face today to match the weather ;)
    11 points
  20. 10 points
  21. this today for my birthday today 64 , boys coming round for a take away meal & a beer deano
    10 points
  22. Solar Saturday, now it's stopped raining.
    10 points
  23. The margarine made for men.
    10 points
  24. King G Shock DGK collaboration: King G Shock DGK collaboration:
    9 points
  25. Being good and staying in........Bob.
    9 points
  26. First pair... STEINHART OCEAN ONE BRONZE 103-0575,SWISS MADE, (ETA 2824, elabore, 25 Jewels)& CORGEUT "Bronze" (PVD, MIYOTA cal.8215,21 Jewels.)
    9 points
  27. Trying out a banana filter, by which I mean I got banana all over me fingers and the lens
    8 points
  28. Eterna-matic 1000 from 1968
    8 points
  29. 7 points
  30. Old pic but this one …
    6 points
  31. I like the bottom one best. Maybe the foundations had gone then. Shame. First time i went to hollingworth was in the mid 70s. Ive still got the matchbox maserati. I think @mcb2007goes shooting pigeons and stuff near there. Ah yes the memories are flooding back now. Have you ever been to cliff castle keighley. Not far over the bronte moors from rochdale oaklahoma Still the sarb
    6 points
  32. @yokel Not wishing to crash your 3000 and something thread You mentioned Toyota Hilux for holidays and high day’s Back in the day the company I worked for bought Ford pickups but for some reason they swapped to Toyota, fair play they were pretty bulletproof in two wheel drive form but the 4x4 Hilux’s were just plain dangerous, to narrow a wheel base and a tendency to tip over on corners. I suspect you’ve watched to many top gear videos Like my Sub I go for the “belt & brace” option and drove around in this for about eight years A b@stard to park in T
    5 points
  33. Over to some wood... BOBO BIRD, WOODEN WATCHES (made in China,Seagull automatic movement, [calibre unknown])
    4 points
  34. Looks worth the wait and hassle
    4 points
  35. Crucially it has the MK2 clutch (slip-bridle) to prevent overwinding. Here's an idle pic whilst idling.
    4 points
  36. Hollingworth, so I guess so. Hollingworth, Oklahoma, obvs Sun came out briefly ...
    3 points
  37. Ive just been looking at a JLC in our quest to find @yokel a nice watch. It was 8 grand and to be fair your citizen looks just as good
    3 points
  38. The Spork is 44mm (49, inc. crown)...a little small for my 8" wrist...I tend to go for bigger ones. If you can wear a 32mm watch and get away with it, you must have stick insect wrists...32mm is a ladies size. Here's the wife's 34mm (also a ladies/boys size) Bulova on my wrist...it looks ridiculously small...32mm would be invisible on me!
    3 points
  39. Thank you! Just need lockdown to lift to have places to be classy.
    2 points
  40. I used to tell the kids to stop breathing cos they were fogging up the windows.
    2 points
  41. Hi everyone, This is a watch that's been on top of my wish list for a long time now. I've been waiting quit a few years for the right one to come along. So, I thought I'd share my delight with you all It's in a condition to my liking and it's my birth year! Just Perfect Charles
    2 points
  42. @mcb2007 have you still got the photos matey?
    2 points
  43. Blimey theres some blasts from the past on here. Anyone know what happened to trig and that rolex sub he bought with the serial number scuffed out. Blimey @BondandBigM id forgotten about them. Is paddy out yet? @mcb2007 theres an echo
    2 points
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