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  1. Good morning 359 today.
    14 points
  2. Morning Looks like a fine Easter morning, some sun, although forecast to change in a few hours so Easter Monday is a day of gales, snow and freezing temps. Another Smiths for me today, Smiths 'Everest Expedition' PRS-25W (Cal: Miyota 9039)
    14 points
  3. 12 points
  4. Smiths Imperial, MADE IN ENGLAND, cal.0104 19 Jewels, circa 1960 & SERVICES, Swiss Made, EB cal.8021 17 Jewels, circa late 1960s.
    10 points
  5. After flipping a couple recently, I’d seen this in a Jewellers in St Helier so picked up today. Discounted (old model) plus VAT free so nearly 40 percent off rrp just couldn’t resist. 41 mm wears just right on my smallish wrists. Very happy with today’s shopping trip!
    9 points
  6. Its nearly 1am and I'm bored so I thought I'd do this one today.. Just a pulsar. I have no idea of its movement, but the timer reset on this is cool.
    9 points
  7. 9 points
  8. Hamilton Pan Europ. Happy Easter everyone.
    8 points
  9. Beautiful morning, coffee in the garden and gone for a Pul.... Doh - cat! Beautiful morning, coffee in the garden and gone for a Pulsar today:
    8 points
  10. Swiss made 1960s Ingersoll 5903 diver FHF ST 96 .
    8 points
  11. Morning, French-made Lebem today, with its 21j ETA 2472 auto movement. The brand isn’t recorded in the Mikrolisk database but is thought to have been the product of a short-lived independent maker operating in Besançon before becoming part of the Difor assimilation in the 1960s. Regards.
    8 points
  12. 8 points
  13. Happy Easter everybody on with the work beater today fitbit blaze
    8 points
  14. 8 points
  15. Old and new: the original Captain Cook dive watch and, on the right, the latest incarnation of the model - Captain Cook High-Tech Ceramic (pic from monochromewatches.com): Rado has decided to continue with its saga of exploration that is the Captain Cook, taking this iconic dive watch into the future by utilizing the latest technology of materials in which field Rado is an accomplished expert. To put it briefly, Rado has now introduced a brand new Captain Cook dive watch named prosaically the “Captain Cook High-Tech Ceramic” that leans on its previous incarnati
    7 points
  16. Guns of the Navarone just started ... Shhhhh !
    7 points
  17. More gardening today...soon...just as soon as I finish this cuppa...and visit TWF...
    7 points
  18. Seiko today . Happy Easter
    7 points
  19. I know the date is wrong (it’s non quick set and with a tiny crown difficult) but the time is correct on this Matthey Doret electronic transistorised guessing early 1970s
    7 points
  20. Morning, saw a thread about cheap automatics, can't fault this one a week on from setting, still right. Miyota 8 series. HAGD
    7 points
  21. Finally come in from outside so the G Shock has been put to bed , time to cook the Sunday roast
    6 points
  22. More wrist time for the CW C65 Chrono. Been catching up with family via walks over the last few days. This watch is so wearable and easy to slap on.
    6 points
  23. Just got this custom build. 40mm Sub case, ceramic PO-type bezel, sapphire crystal, NH35 inside. I love the Yobokies Le Mans dial!
    6 points
  24. G-Shock with raspberry cane.
    6 points
  25. Time for me to bring out the old comrades.... Kirova, 16 jewels, 1st MWF Kirov Сделано на родине СССР[ "Made In Homeland,USSR"] & Rodina 22 jewels [automatic], 1st MWF Kirov, Made in USSR, 1950s)
    5 points
  26. Longines VHP, accurate to 5 seconds a year, quite a range and have unique functions when setting the time.
    5 points
  27. Not a hugely flattering outdoor pic of this Camy.
    4 points
  28. 9.55 pm: I am not a big Omega fan. *sees co-ax chrono in black* 9.56 pm: I AM NOW!
    4 points
  29. Just bought a solo, black face, white hands, 43mm dial with the polished finish. RRP is £3095 on these, got it from an AD for £2100, 0% finance, and a free Wolf watch winder.
    3 points
  30. I thought tonight I'd eventually drink the bottle of Fizz that we've been trying to pass off to each other since Christmas. LV & Lanson tonight
    3 points
  31. Since last July I have been on a weight loss drive. I decided not long ago that I would reward myself for each stone lost with a very nice watch to commemorate the fact. I have one on order which should arrive in the next week or two, but I'm afraid that I won't be spilling the beans until it arrives. That will be for my 3 stone award. If and when I lose a 4th stone, I will buy something else that is very lovely. Suffice it to say that although the watches I'm using as my rewards are indeed very lovely, I think they are quite definitely in a much lower price bracket than most of the "drea
    3 points
  32. For my journey to the land of nod, Citizen F150 Satellite Wave GPS. Syncs much faster than a radio controlled watch (if it can see the sky). Big battery, and goes to sleep if you keep it in the dark for a few days. J
    2 points
  33. Both, one wall was part tiled so I smashed them off, the other wall was tiled so I stuck it on the tiles. I used generous amounts of Pink Grip adhesive.
    2 points
  34. Vintage Seiko Grand Quartz? Something like this would fit the bill perhaps? (no it's not for sale )...... Or even one of these Citizen Solar Quartz analogue watches from the same year (1977), the worlds first solar analogue watch......
    2 points
  35. Last one, but you can buy online other watches, it was in the reductions section which is updated regularly .... Hettich is the name just google it. The only problem is if it is posted to you in the uk you’ll be hit with VAT. In normal times loads come over to Jersey for high end watches to save the VAT but travel is not so easy at the moment.
    2 points
  36. Grinning from ear to ear I bet. Very well done.
    2 points
  37. Old faithful all day for doing chores , now just changed to my A11 to cook dinner
    2 points
  38. Absolutely, great for picking up traditional Guernseys too, which I always used to stock up on when I visited a mate who lived and worked out there. The panniers on my motorbike used to be bulging with all sorts on the way home. ...
    1 point
  39. Might stretch your budget a little
    1 point
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