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  1. Morning... OMEGA Railmaster. Cal: Co-Axial 8806, 35 jewel, Master Chronometer.
    21 points
  2. Going double todayLeft;Seiko 6138-0012 from my birth year and month (Nov-77)2019-01-04_02-22-20 by mcridland, on FlickrRight;Managed to finally get this old girl running for more than a few minutes! FB7723 Movement (Interesting article here: http://www.crazywatches.pl/mirexal-golay-fb7723-quartz-1972)Record Quartz 2020-10-09_08-06-40 by mcridland, on FlickrHave a great weekend allMark
    20 points
  3. just bought this from a good friend,it comes as a full set and is just back from a rolex service.its a 2007 model 16610.im really chuffed with it.
    16 points
  4. I'm struggling to remember if it was the Odeon or the ABC in Darlington where I saw Star Wars. I still have the magazine of the making of the the film that I bought at the same time as a large bag of Revels. The Revels were eaten. I think it was the ABC to be honest...where I also saw Jaws, 2001 a Space Odyssey, and (Big Bus & Smokey and the Bandit) two films in one sitting, those were the days! Have a great Friday guys!
    16 points
  5. Greeting watch fans, HAGFF! This vintage Citizen Crystron diver from 1977 And a song from the same year!
    16 points
  6. Good morning chap's Tudor 1926 today. I am not buying any more watches. [emoji17] Well maybe the odd one or two. [emoji16]
    15 points
  7. new in,rolex 16610..
    15 points
  8. Rolex 16710 'Y' series GMT Master II. Cal. 3185, 31 jewel auto, 50 hour reserve.
    14 points
  9. Have a great weekend, but please be safe.
    14 points
  10. Concrete man here today !! Start it the renovations.. been a long wait !! Have a wonderful weekend all if you can Stunning dial
    14 points
  11. Morning, Today this Mithras Hunter with a 25j Brac 118 auto movement. Regards.
    13 points
  12. Morning Orient 'Bambino' 2nd Gen. Ver 2 (Cal: F6724)
    13 points
  13. This one later on.
    13 points
  14. Morning, Cal. 31659, (base caliber 3133, with hacking seconds). This sneaked on to parade today because the date was right! Vostok bracelet. HAGD
    12 points
  15. My squirrel likes it,
    12 points
  16. Stowa Olymp Seatime Bronze today
    12 points
  17. Movado calibre 125 from 1954 Stainless steel case with gold bezel and cappings to the strap lugs.
    11 points
  18. Friday is Sub day The cat likes it too … Have a good weekend TWF
    11 points
  19. 11 points
  20. Afternoon all. so I went exploring through my boxes of bits, trying to find a specific strap I remember having but can’t find... and discovered a watch I’d forgotten I had. Popped a battery in and she’s running like a good un. Hurrah .. but snapping the caseback on caused the minute hand lume to explode all over the dial. Boooo in my exuberant youth I would now be trying to figure out the weird stem removal process to get the thing apart and cleaned up.... but these days I’ll just live with its imperfections. cheers
    10 points
  21. Back on with the new arrival .... No spring bars in the lugs. No spring bar in the sewn-in buckle. It may be Russian, but it won't popoff.
    10 points
  22. No judgements chaps and chapesses but I have been a bit naughty this week and bought quite a few! Double wristing here... I picked up a couple more Marvel Citizen models from the H Samuel sale (50% off, coupled with Buy one get one half price, it would have been a crime not to). So. Citizen Eco Drive Spiderman is on my left. Also, following a thread on here alerting me to the Tissot NBA watches last week I headed off to find some. I thought I had bought a New York Knicks and a Golden State Warriors model, but they turned out to be two versions of the Knicks ones.
    10 points
  23. 10 points
  24. Squale Onda today:
    8 points
  25. Seiko Atlas/Landshark for me all day. Never got round to taking a pic today
    7 points
  26. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
    7 points
  27. HAMILTON KHAKI PIONEER, Model H60419533, Eta cal. 2801-2 17 Jewels & RLT-8, Valjoux cal.7750 25 Jewels Well done that man Nice pair btw
    7 points
  28. Timefactors PRS-7 Speedbird II "Goldbird"
    7 points
  29. LV again @kevkojak @it'salivejim A doze of Corona is also available in cans
    6 points
  30. Wearing this today. Finally getting round to modding my Sea Urchin. Got a ceramic vintage sub style bezel insert, skeleton hands and a double domed, clear AR sapphire crystal from DLWWatches. Changed the stock bracelet for a black canvase strap. As comfy as the bracelet was sounding like a morris dancer was getting a little tiresome.
    6 points
  31. I did start with the mighty Fitbit Blaze this morning, but that's being charged up on the newly arrived dock now, so I've switched to this G-Shock Carbon Core for the rest of the day:
    4 points
  32. I heard a rumour that Roy negotiated a great deal with RLT in return for special "favours" if you catch my drift
    3 points
  33. Hope you secured a good discount...& long warranty?
    3 points
  34. When we frst went into lockdown back in March our local Sainsbury's plonked palettes and palettes of bottled Corona just inside the entrance with a huge special offer sign. They were there for weeks but I have no idea if they weren't selling or if they kept topping up the stacks. It caused me a wry smile at the time.
    3 points
  35. I queued round the block in Manchester!
    3 points
  36. Indeed, a great year and I remember going into the Odeon cinema to see 'Star Wars' Happy days..
    3 points
  37. STEINHART MARINE TIMER SWISS MADE (Unitas cal.6498,17 Jewels). & Reproduction Seikosha WWII Navy Aviator Chronometer (Seiko cal.7S26, 21 Jewels).
    2 points
  38. Looks like the protective film.
    2 points
  39. 1977 - twice this morning!! The wife’s birthday year and Star Wars ..
    2 points
  40. Longines quartz .....
    2 points
  41. You must be exhausted.
    2 points
  42. Leaving aside a collaboration with IWC on a pair of world timers, Louis Vuitton (LV) has been in the Watch Industry for only 18 years. Initially, the company focused on its barrel-shaped case - christened the “Tambour” - which became the basis for a series of watches with a growing repertoir of complications, at first powered by movements supplied by watchmakers owned by the French-based multinational parent company Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE (LVMH) such as Zenith. In 2011, there was a major change at LV when the company acquired Geneva-based complications specialist La Fabrique du Temps,
    1 point
  43. I saw Star Wars 13 time during the summer holidays .. it’s wasn’t until the empire strikes back that I had to queue round the block ! Happy days indeedy
    1 point
  44. Buy what you like. By the time they restrict Diesel cars to the point of it causing you problems petrol won't be far behind. As it stands right now you have 20 years (2040) before conventional fuels are set to be phased out completely. Do we believe that number? Nope. As anything it will be a shifting goalpost depending how far along the tech has come and how reliant the government are on fuel duty. The tech is the crucial bit. We need electric cars which will run all day on a single charge, or are all capable of this rapid charge (30-odd minutes) that some Tesla's have. A
    1 point
  45. I couldn’t be at the AD, but after a few twitchy moments over a what’s app conversation, the trigger is being pulled!
    1 point
  46. Thanks for those interesting comments. I must admit that I was tempted to say that the full name of this watch is as long as the watch is ugly... and expensive. In the end though, I refrained from giving an opinion as I found myself erring in favour of both positive and negative camps.
    1 point
  47. Morning... 1930 Silver cased HARWOOD 'AUTORIST' Automatic. [img]https://i.imgur.com/i4q6mUD.mp4[/img]
    1 point
  48. As always a very interesting read, and an interesting timepiece. So they've done "Damascus steel" in carbon fibre then ?
    1 point
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