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  1. Stowa Marine Original
    17 points
  2. Fiftieth birthday Heuer today.
    16 points
  3. Morning Orient 'Symphony' FER2700CW0 (Cal: 48743)
    16 points
  4. Morning... 1878 Silver cased ADAM BURDESS open faced fusee PW.
    16 points
  5. Morning all, just done the last dog watch and now changed over to my rotary with a strap change have a good one if you can
    14 points
  6. Back Cordura strap today, I like that material as it is sea water resistant
    14 points
  7. Morning, Today this Exacta with its thin 17j Peseux 7001, reputedly used as the base calibre in early Nomos watches. This one probably dates from the 1970s and I never did establish a likely maker for this particular wordmark. However, it was possibly French-made if a Lorsa-powered “skin diver” offered on fleabay is anything to go by. Not really my style, but it was a donation so I wasn’t minded to be churlish. Regards.
    13 points
  8. 13 points
  9. Going to be this Accurist chrono, bought for me by my dear wife when we first met 30 years ago.
    13 points
  10. Vintage Seiko 66-7100 today
    12 points
  11. On the wind down to retirement. Roll on March next year!
    11 points
  12. Vostok KGB manual wind for work
    11 points
  13. Back on the Isofrane .
    10 points
  14. 10 points
  15. Been rather busy this morning taking Lady Janie to the vets for her annual check up & boosters, she was very happy to be back home especially when we steamed her some fish.. I put these on when I got up..... PARNIS,Seagull cal.3600,17 Jewels & BULOVA 96B209 ACCUTRON II SNORKEL I`m just about to swap over to these.... STEINHART OCEAN ONE VINTAGE MILITARY, SWISS MADE, ETA cal. 2824-2 elabore 25 Jewels ARAMAR ARCTIC OCEAN,SWISS MADE, ETA cal.2824-2 25 Jewels
    10 points
  16. Strap change ... old Zuludiver repurposed.
    10 points
  17. Send it back, it's Tuesday.
    10 points
  18. Good morning all. I am not buying any more watches. [emoji17] Well maybe the odd one or two. [emoji16]
    10 points
  19. Morning, Zim volcano. Bought to practice my watch-breaking skills. I replaced its bent and cracked hands with a lovely golden handset, that just needed a bit of a polish, and, erm, now they aren't golden any more! But I did rebuild the keyless works, even though the web guide showed one of the levers upside down, so I'll call that a draw. HAGD!
    10 points
  20. At caister Norfolk enjoying a coffee and the braun On the wrist
    8 points
  21. Still enjoying the Fitbit Blaze again today:
    7 points
  22. Today's choice. Sent from my MAR-LX1A using Tapatalk
    6 points
  23. 6 points
  24. I'm going to send it to @simon2 - I think the date wheel is faulty
    5 points
  25. Despite having a box full of various watches all Big M wears these days is her Fitbit. It’s a square one but she doesn’t have to take it apart to charge it, it just sits on the docking station. It drives me mad, like her phone it bing bongs and lights up about every minute 24/7 with some sort of notification or other. She’s obsessed with it. Wants the round end of a ball pein hammer taken to it.
    5 points
  26. Back to my birthday watches for the evening... STRAND BY OBAKU DENMARK
    4 points
  27. I wouldn't worry about it Nigel, I'm the same with threads about cars.
    4 points
  28. There are loads of Apps for Fitbit, but the Blaze is a few years out of date now, so as far as I can tell it is limited on this model - Not something that will worry me, obviously... People of impeccable taste, like myself, obviously
    4 points
  29. Get over it mate, I've entered the 21st century and I'm loving it
    4 points
  30. Burn the heretic
    4 points
  31. Dave, you're leading other members astray with this talk of strange, even outrageous 'bluetooth' connected watches. Your position on the forum is seriously under consideration. I think you'll find you're on... Me, @mach 0.0013137 and our posse of 'Special' friends will be round to administer curative procedures forthwith...
    4 points
  32. Happy 50th good choice have a wonderful birthday
    3 points
  33. Wearing one of my favourites, opted for the Miyota movement so it was a bit more than yours, but did come on a great bracelet with solid end links, and great for a walk to the pond. Found a dry corner of the bench to sit on too. Result! It'll be dark in an hour. Lawks. Cider in the park again for me, I do like a picnic. I've got bread and pate too, just wish I'd brought my toaster ...
    2 points
  34. Plenty of old tools knocking about Karrusel Towers ...not just watches!
    2 points
  35. Eight small plastic bags is the answer... Donor Main Hands Donor Second Hand Donor Chrono Mins Donor Alarm Hands Original Main Hands Original Second Hand Original Chrono Mins Original Alarm Hands Then Rodico used for placing the hands before pressing them on nice and tight with the proper tool (or a cocktail stick flat end ) They are a pain, but if you get a 7T32 working it is a little like climbing Everest. Only to find out the next day it has stopped working again!
    2 points
  36. 68 likes. Who are those people?
    2 points
  37. Here's an old mic someone gave me years ago, I'm guessing it's close to being antique. A few others I've picked up along the way. An early digital vernier that I've had from new in 1981. Still working perfectly.
    2 points
  38. Lol .. so these things have apps like apple phones ? Or does it only record steps and heart rates etc .. oh and the tell the time lol
    2 points
  39. Agree, really nice looking watch.
    2 points
  40. This was early on! There is now a pillar drill and a bench grinder added in, as well as a 6” vice.
    2 points
  41. Fit bit. When i was at school we would have said that about some of the lasses. Looks ok.
    2 points
  42. As others have said on here, there is nothing that stands out on this one (which, to be fair, is quite common on a lot of Kickstarters). The name alone is enough to stop me buying it, and the dreadful write up which is full of utter BS doesn't help either: "As mentioned before, it was inspired by the Sturgeon Submarines; the infamous nuclear-powered submarines that were used by the Navy since the 60s. Their quality, precision and vigor were what made them great and the Sturgeon watch is no different". Really? Say Sturgeon to most people, and I'd guess they will say either (1) a fish, o
    1 point
  43. The nights are drawing in, time for some time extra illumination ...
    1 point
  44. I have a couple of old day/date Citizens that are a real pain to set, so they stay in the winder. All the Allaines are together. The rest are split between two boxes with a logic that I couldn't possibly explain.
    1 point
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