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  1. Morning Sturmanskie 'Ocean' Chronograph Special Edition 3133-1981599 (Cal: Poljot 3133)
    18 points
  2. Morning all, another day over with operation rebuild.. mrs got notice of redundancy but I got to keep mine so all ok for now .. have a good weekend
    16 points
  3. This has just landed, a vintage Rado Manhattan mk2 automatic, circa1970-76 I am very happy if never been polished, the case is sharp and crisp, it also has the original NSA bracelet with a signed clasp and crown ! I am well chuffed!!
    15 points
  4. This is coming out with me now, the chrono hands were very corroded when I sent it off, the minutes counter didn't make it out of theatre apparently, but it's come back patched up pretty well and precise as you like. HAGD
    15 points
  5. Morning, This Regency today, probably from around 1970 and whose maker I’ve never been able to establish. Acccording to some sources it was the house brand of Service Merchandise (1934 – 2002) of Tennessee who operated a chain of “Catalogue Showrooms” with a $4 billion turnover at one stage. There is also a suggestion that these things may have been made by Seiko. However, one thing which does seem certain is that it runs on a 17j Citizen 1400 auto, a movement kindly ID’d by the good Dr Ranfft from his as-yet unpublished archives. Regards.
    15 points
  6. Morning all...this one on a dark and wet Saturday.
    15 points
  7. Morning, all you lie-a-beds, starting with this. A different bracelet today, All brushed Geckota super-engineer - I think the square end links complement the no crown-guard look quite well. Have a great day. J
    13 points
  8. Everest Expedition today. Sent from my MAR-LX1A using Tapatalk
    12 points
  9. Yema Rallygraf. Not really loved it since it arrived in the summer, but just swapped the brown leather strap for a Geckota Rally strap I picked up in their sale. Still not overwhelmed but It appeals more. Picked mine out but decided against it, just as well!
    12 points
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  11. Postie dropped off a nice new bracelet for my Jenny
    10 points
  12. Blue version of the Citizen 'Orca'.
    10 points
  13. I tried on a watch earlier this year that I didn't buy for the reason that I had the distinct feeling that it would be detrimental to the rest of my collection in that I would probably wear it over just about anything else. Moving on, I went out for a walk yesterday, and whilst taking care to socially distance, I tripped and fell into a jewellers shop, and on my way down I accidentally grabbed hold of the display stand and the very watch became lodged on my wrist. The shop assistant, in shock, helped me up and inadvertently removed my wallet from my pocket, which miraculously had exactly t
    9 points
  14. A weekend of battery changes. Ugh, I hate battery changes. But at least I get to wear some sporty stuff for the next two Grand Prix weekends. 121Time Race Chronograph
    9 points
  15. when I took this pic.... so decided to check with my wrist mounted time telling, exercise monitoring, pulse counting, blood pressure recording, full gps tracking, step counting device....... but the battery had packed in.. Sun dial in Stonehaven Harbour on a glorious autumnal day. Had to laugh..
    8 points
  16. Late entry today with the Steinhart Ocean One 39:
    8 points
  17. The odd couple... CITIZEN Blue Eagle,NH6600-54FB & PARNIS 587 (both Miyota cal.8200 series, 21 Jewels)
    8 points
  18. The newest arrival the seiko bfk 5m62 kinetic with faded ghost bezel insert
    8 points
  19. hmt pilot,cal.020,17 JEWELS & SMITHS PRS-29A, ETA2801-2, 17 jewels
    5 points
  20. 4 points
  21. SRPE53K1 from FirstClassWathcesSKX013 from WatchNation Just bought my first two watches. Well actually, I first bought a Tissot PR100 and a Seiko SKX007 but then returned them and opted for these two. I wanted a normal watch that I could use everyday without too much fear of bashing it, so that will be the Seiko 5 Sport with its lovely blue dial. As for the SKX013 I went down a bit of a rabbit hole of modding and saw some really cool ones. But the Hokusai Great Wave image really stood out to me, so I've ordered parts and have arranged for a modder to do the installation, so I'll shar
    2 points
  22. I went to a small guest house. The manager said, 'You want a room with running water? I said, 'What do you think I am, a trout ? "
    2 points
  23. Allegedly the best dive watch made.....but I’m biased as I own one but wouldn’t be keen to test it’s waterproof capabilities now Benrus Mill sub
    2 points
  24. My dad modified a reliant when the roof blew off on blackpool prom.
    2 points
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  26. Sarb showing its flexibilty. Ive messed about on the beach this aft with it on its bracelet and it feels like a tool watch. Put it on a nice Hirsch croco and it feels dressed up for the night.
    2 points
  27. On the road tonight with my Timex. Time not been adjusted for about two weeks and still running pretty much dead on so I'm pretty impressed considering this is a very cheap watch. Bought a seatbelt NATO for this which is new on this afternoon. Suits it in my opinion!
    2 points
  28. Fashionably late to the party 1972 Girard-Perregaux cal. 352 Quartz
    2 points
  29. My last swaps.... Samson Watch Co.,(25 Jewels) & Seagull 1963 Chinese Airforce (cal.ST1 18 Jewels)
    2 points
  30. @mach 0.0013137...west shore llanduno wit dog big orange thing
    2 points
  31. Back in the day when I was in the pink
    1 point
  32. Well that's a good positive result and a lot less cost than I would have expected.
    1 point
  33. My first post for this 27th NOVEMBER.... PARNIS,Seagull cal.3600,17 Jewels & BULOVA 96B209 ACCUTRON II SNORKEL
    1 point
  34. Wearing my vintage Seiko 66-7100 today . HAGWE .
    1 point
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  36. Personally one watch wouldn't do it for me , I have far too many interests in things mainly vintage so tend to wear something that suits what I’m doing , where I’m going or even what I’m wearing , the only new watch I wear is to work as a old watch just wouldn’t last, the rest are either vintage or tell a storey ie issued military , for me and this is only my opinion and maybe controversial but for me new watches have no soul and remakes or reissues just leave me a bit cold , I don’t do shiny and I don’t do bling
    1 point
  37. Ahhhhh yes! I remember my dad buying a Blaupunkt Radio Casette from a market, and I remember he put speakers in the parcel shelf of a Sierra I think.
    1 point
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    1 point
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