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  1. A bit of (expensive) fun today...
    24 points
  2. Morning... Railmaster. Cal: 8806 Co-Axial, Master Chronometer, 39 jewel.
    23 points
  3. Good morning all! JLC for me today, have a good one!
    20 points
  4. This one still, just 'cos I like it...
    19 points
  5. Time for some chrono blues... ROAMER STINGRAY JT (Jet Time), Model No.734-9120.901, Valjoux 7734, 17 Jewels circa 1970. & OKEAH (OCEAN,Komanderskie VMF), Poljot cal.3133, 23 Jewels Despite appearances the Okeah`s strap is blue
    18 points
  6. Morning Longines 'Conquest' L3.776.4.99.6 (Cal: L888)
    17 points
  7. The new addition again today
    17 points
  8. Morning, This Swiss-made Repco Watch, a brand from the Nicolet family of Tramelan. With the demise of the last Niclolet family member in 1992, ownership passed to Italian entrepreneur Rolando Braga and whilst production continued in Tramelan, design and marketing were centred in Brescia, Italy until 2001 when the Repco Watch Co was declared bankrupt. Today’s example runs on a 17j AS 1194 and probably dates from the 1950s. Regards.
    16 points
  9. Good morning chap's Day started with a power cut so no bloody heating. GMT Dug out for my globe trotting exploits today. [emoji12]
    16 points
  10. Christmas pressie again:
    16 points
  11. Seagull ST5 getting aired today.
    16 points
  12. Happy Friday to you all. Hamilton X Wind today, which I think would be a great watch if a) the glass wasn't so damn reflective and b) the hands were legible....
    15 points
  13. Have a great weekend everyone!
    14 points
  14. Aqua Terra today:
    13 points
  15. A close up of my Seiko makes it look a bit battered. But it does get worn a lot and I guess that's what it's for!
    13 points
  16. latest home build today ,chinese 2 tone homage case and bracelet with glidelock,asian DG3804GMT movement,relumed hands with superluminova C3.have applied one of my new 3D printed logo's to the dial[not easy!]..HAGWEE.
    11 points
  17. Some time late last year an old distant Uncle of mine left me some money and I thought I'd indulge myself with some of it. It took me a while to find a good example without paying silly money but today it finally arrived. Rolex Submariner from 2005. By far the better version in my opinion. No drilled lugs and the sensible bracelet that doesn't weigh a ton. Very good condition for a 15 year old watch and bonus is, the bracelet is full length.
    10 points
  18. 10 points
  19. Jean Richard Aquastar 60
    10 points
  20. Zelos Horizons 'ice-cream pancake'. AKA 'Lunar Frost' p.s. the rubber strap came from a 'diver style' Timex that I moved on a while back. HAGD
    10 points
  21. Current favorite getting some wrist time: Heuer Autavia Jack Heuer Calibre 02
    9 points
  22. Another miserable week done and dusted. Onward and upward … Stay safe and well TWF
    9 points
  23. Casioak for me - rare outing as I love it, but no visible second hand is a pain in the neck
    9 points
  24. We have had the sublime and now the ridiculous my Chinese DOM get's its first airing
    8 points
  25. I`m black & blue now... Laco Model 862014, ETA F06 & Orient CEM58001B (Slide Rule), cal. 469 21 jewels
    8 points
  26. Mr Jones Vingt Mille, or as I call it 'The Kraken'.
    8 points
  27. The same Orient as yesterday. The uneven edge on the minute hand is actually a gouge in the glass.
    8 points
  28. It was going dark, what else should I do?
    6 points
  29. This newbie again:
    6 points
  30. They say everyone should have a G-Shock in their collection..... so obviously this is number 3 (and the 5th I've owned overall). However the January sales snare many of us and this one got me. I'd noticed the model a few times and 25% off broke my paper thin watch will power: I was attracted to the colourway and the case being less blocky whilst still being a larger model. A cool and completely unnecessary feature/complication of sorts is the wheel on the left rotates with each mode change. Light function is rubbish like any good G-Shock's should be. Happy camper f
    5 points
  31. This one all week Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
    4 points
  32. Vostok Friday Sent from my IN2023 using Tapatalk
    4 points
  33. this turned up today a strapcode rollerball ive had my eye on this for this watch for a long time i just didnt have the cash
    4 points
  34. Looks fine to me. 2.25pm.
    4 points
  35. 4 points
  36. This was my bench I had bought so much kit i had no room to work. Half of the things needed were on the other side of the room. I looked at buying one, and the cheapest seem to be about £650 and not what I needed at all. The dearer benches were better, but three grand. So I got the tools out 28mm block beech worktop and upstand was about £150. The breakfast bar legs about £60. Not finished yet The armrest were from Amazon for about £60, and the tablet holder clears it off the benchtop. The light is huge, from cousins, and was £65. I have a £150 Bisley 15 drawer f
    3 points
  37. Buy what you like first and foremost. I'd be shopping at Breguet for a Type XX personally if it were a new watch, but JLC, Cartier, Glashutte Original, Zenith and many more would be worthy Are you planning to adopt a fourth great nephew? If so how does one apply?
    3 points
  38. I have read many articles and websites about these, and THERE IS DEFINITELY NO 16J HACKING VARIANT. Umm, except this one (I'm not taking the back off again, you'll just have to trust me!): TBH I just don't think the factory workers were too picky over which bridge got used on a Friday afternoon, whatever it said on the dial. p.s. despite the screw case they are not remotely waterproof, and half the patina on the dial is down to me washing my hands (carefully) in the cloakroom of Bury Station last year. All adds to the character. J
    3 points
  39. Now I want a new stool to finish it off. But a word to the wise - don't earch Google images for brown stools.
    3 points
  40. Arms. You’re welcome.
    3 points
  41. Don't laugh...... Sent from my IN2023 using Tapatalk That's lovely Sent from my IN2023 using Tapatalk
    3 points
  42. My third & final part.... STEINHART MARINE TIMER (Unitas cal.6498 17 Jewels) SWISS MADE & Seagull Model 0437, 19 ZUAN (19 jewels, cal.ST19).
    3 points
  43. Time for a change as going out and I’m not wearing metal bracelets as will freeze to my wrist
    3 points
  44. hi Matthew,i have this 40mm,its a lovely quality watch,bit dressy with the silver face but i like it..
    3 points
  45. Seen this in the sale and really liked it. Silver sunburst dial with rose gold, with a Sellita movement. Decent strap but will be looking for a fine mesh to replace it. really pleased with it. Richy
    2 points
  46. He's not wrong! they can support your arms, increasing the stability when working on a movement. Moat watch benches have rather fixed ones, these are a lot more adjustable and actually designed for people with limited arm strength. I have just repurposed them and they clamp to the bench so can be removed easily if needed.
    2 points
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