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  1. Same again for me
    17 points
  2. Morning Roamer “Swissmatic” (Cal: STP1-11)
    16 points
  3. Monaco Sunday for me today have a good one everybody
    16 points
  4. Well, it has to be Grandad's Garrard PW, today. This one is a piece of history. Grandad completed 25 years service as head gardener and master carpenter at the Haines Hill estate in Hurst, Berkshire. He was presented with a tray of watches to choose from and picked this one. Whether it was the name that influenced him to choose it (similarity of surnames...Garrard/Garraway), we'll never know, but what we do know, is that the watch was already over 100 years old when he picked it.The date letter on the 18ct solid gold case (an upper case Old English 'K') dates it to 1845. I remember Dad tellin
    15 points
  5. What a lovely day! MG-000460
    14 points
  6. I'd forgotten how fiddly this crown can be.
    14 points
  7. That's a superb photo! I'll have to get myself a waterproof camera for shots like that. I swapped my Steeldive Fifty Fathoms from a leather NATO to a shark mesh bracelet. It still won't fit under a shirt cuff, but it's too hot for sleeves anyway
    13 points
  8. Haven’t done this for ages.
    12 points
  9. Anyone that has ever seen any of my WRUW posts will have seen that I have taken bad photography to a whole new level. This is no exception... 1950's Colant Supermatic 30 Jewel Automatic. (Felsa Movement) and here's a picture from someone with skill than me (not hard) Thanks to LoveAntiques.com for the pretty pic of another Supermatic. Apparently they sold it for £100 ish a few years back. A bit of a 'marmaite' watch, I like it just because it is 'odd' Have a great Sunday guys!
    12 points
  10. 12 points
  11. Morning, 2004 Aerowatch. Peseux/Eta Cal. 7001 Slightly anachronistic that these were made 10 years after my Tag 6000 quartz, but welcome evidence that watchmaking had survived the quartz crisis. I suppose I had better set the time *sigh*. HAGD Oooops, nearly forgot, 22mm one-piece leather strap, with two leather keepers (one fixed, one floating) over 21mm curved spring bars to give it that fixed-lug look.
    12 points
  12. Glycine again today:
    11 points
  13. 11 points
  14. Not wearing a watch yet, but this new to me alarm clock will do the job No so many people are working from home, this elegant little travel clock makes a great desk accessory.
    11 points
  15. Lancashire Watch Co in happier pre-Covid times!
    11 points
  16. Casio this morning .
    11 points
  17. Show us your oldies... ServiceS ONTIME, MADE IN FRANCE, Cupillard cal.233 15 jewels. & DIPLOMAT, SWISS MADE, A.Schild cal.1187 15 jewels. Both circa mid 1950s.
    10 points
  18. Costa Del Seaton Carew and Seiko today
    10 points
  19. New in from Poland But can’t decide
    10 points
  20. Morning, Early ‘50s Majex today, another of these brands where what’s inside, whilst usually decent enough, is very much pot luck. Mine include FHF and ETA movements whilst today’s effort has a 15j Pierce 105 and the merest hint of patina. Regards.
    10 points
  21. Another sunny morning, have a great day.
    10 points
  22. Going to attempt to disassemble a wardrobe in my G Shock followed by a trip to the tip. Another thrill filled Sunday lies ahead.
    9 points
  23. Today for a while..
    8 points
  24. Leijona with 17J AS1130
    8 points
  25. Командирские (Boctok),Сделано в СССР kaл. 2414a 17 КАМНЯ, около 1980s (Commander [Vostok], Made in USSR, cal. 2414A 17 Jewels, circa 1980s)
    8 points
  26. An old diesel! They'll have to be smart to get it ready for the off, back up the line in six minutes! And off they go. Looking forward to seeing a steamer back this end.
    7 points
  27. 7 points
  28. Time to recharge. And in the he distance the glint of the Rochdale Riviera And the exotic delights of Mr. Thomas's Chip-oil.
    6 points
  29. Next.... & BOCTOk, 21 КАМНЯ (kaл. 2416), Сделано в СССР, (Vostok, 21 Jewels [cal 2416], MADE IN USSR,1980s ) & SEKONDA Alarm, (Poljot Signal) USSR cal.2612 18 Jewels (circa1980s)
    6 points
  30. A couple more commies..... SERVICES, MADE IN GERMANY (by UMF Ruhla, GDR) circa late 1950s/early 1960s. & Raketa,16 Jewels (cal. 2061),Made in USSR(by the Petrodvorets Watch Factory,St. Petersburg) 1970s
    5 points
  31. Exertions over for the day, doors locked and chained, crack open a cold one, and Relox. HAGE
    4 points
  32. Another pic of my sons cat, He told me he made it a fort!! John
    2 points
  33. Another beach, this time with a barbecue and took the watch swimming for the first time.
    2 points
  34. The East Lancs Railway started operations again yesterday, although only the DMU shuttle is running into our station. Still nice to hear the wheels on the rails again across the field. The watch dial looks in great condition.
    2 points
  35. Wow... I love that red watch AWESOME!!! The watch and the bike I love the mono-arm and the superb wheel Ride safely
    2 points
  36. Midway through my walk today
    2 points
  37. I’ve just closed this account to prevent this. He must have had the same password as the TZ hacked account.
    2 points
  38. Is your username because you like spaniels? Or is it because you have big furry ears? Welcome aboard
    2 points
  39. If you want a Rolex Sub .... then why not just save for one and in the meantime wear a Seiko.... The new Omegas are superior watches to the Rolex Submariner. The movement is superior , the bracelet is superior , the case is more sculpted.... Its completely illogical to me to spend £3300 on a very nice watch ,,, only in a couple of years to upgrade to an inferior, overpriced watch !?!? Sorry, buts its just daft to me.... Buy the Seamster and enjoy it , they are awesome watches..... The Sub is for old duffers .... [ hides ]
    2 points
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