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  1. I could only see a "Pre-1990" thread, so here is one for the younger generation ...
    15 points
  2. Following up @AVO's 'Left Field' thread...this today...
    15 points
  3. Out for the day which is the first full weekend in the last 56 odd? Heuer Autavia Jack Heuer SE
    14 points
  4. latest home build today,the very well made bronze case and c3 lumed hands came from Aliexpress,the dial i have had for a while just waiting for the right watch.NH35 movement and strap from Cousins.its a big old beast at 47mm plus crown but i have a large wrist and the short lug to lug measurement make it it quite comfortable.
    14 points
  5. Morning Mathey-Tissot 'Flyback Chrono Type 21' (Cal: ETA G10. 212 AN PWD)
    14 points
  6. Ready for my Sunday Shuffle. No need to tuck the tail in when worn over my training top. The strap is only 19mm, bought for another watch, but at least you get a glimpse of solid strap-bar. Have a great day.
    12 points
  7. Lazy Sunday looking for my next purchase! Have a good one chaps
    11 points
  8. This seem much more wrist time since I put it on the (wildly expensive!) bracelet, it will go back on the gorgeous original black leather as it really makes it a stand out piece but on the bracelet it's just so much more a daily wear...
    11 points
  9. Seiko 'Sawtooth' (Yesterday's pic, I'm afraid...)
    11 points
  10. And it has to be wound by hand?????
    11 points
  11. This odd couple to start with... OMEGA ELECTRONIC f300Hz (cal.1250) Seamaster CHRONOMETER, (circa 1972). & TUDOR PRINCE OYSTERDATE, 26 Jewels (1979).
    10 points
  12. You really are rather good at this
    10 points
  13. Just as well I wore this as I dropped it down the ramp when taking it off for the photo!
    9 points
  14. Still on with the steeldive sumo
    9 points
  15. Another one from the outbox. Sekonda titanium: Reckon I'm down to the last dozen or so now before I get to wear something for a second time this year.
    9 points
  16. 1976 Timex Sprite as per my first grown up watch. Of course I didn't know about vintage style Italian rally straps in those days! I always wished it was luminous ...
    9 points
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  18. this one again, out of sync with the 8 day cycle
    8 points
  19. Camy 17j FHF ST 96, keep putting it on different straps, but this may be the one.
    8 points
  20. Morning, This Baylor (Zales) auto with a 17j AS 1361N, the brand being thought to have been named after the eponymous Texan university attended by a member of the Zales family. Probably 1950s and with its case not aging particularly well, something with which I’m all too familiar. Regards.
    8 points
  21. Seiko G757-4010 graphic alarm chronograph from November 1980. Roger Moore as Bond wore a similar model in the film Octopussy.
    8 points
  22. March 1978 Seiko SQ Sports 100, 7546-6020 'Dive' watch (100m, screw down crown) Purchased from @Tazmo61not so very long ago. New crystal on order...I'm very happy with it Have a great Sunday guys!
    7 points
  23. Tudor on the right wrist (so that I can be onboard for both Sunday threads). But for the record, this just feels wrong!
    7 points
  24. Some gorgeous bright ones today Wow wow wow .. could you do that with a blue or black dial plse
    7 points
  25. Good morning all East meets west... `Friendship Watch`(Chinese) , ZSE 17 Zuan(jewels) & Aviation `Made In England` (unjeweled pin-pallet), circa mid 1950s
    7 points
  26. when you forget you are wearing a watch as you are concentrating mixing concrete deano
    6 points
  27. 1977 on the left wrist....
    6 points
  28. Changed to this for Sunday evening: c.1966 Longines for Pidduck...
    5 points
  29. My last pair.... "ServiceS" DESPATCH RIDER(s) ( 24 Hour Dials, Thiel Davina, unjeweled pin-set movements) FOREIGN (made by Thiel Brothers, Thuringia, Germany), circa late 1920s/early 1930s
    5 points
  30. "WARNING: You are in a prohibited place. Photography and firearms forbidden." Oh well... one out of two isn't bad. At least it didn't say "forearms"...
    5 points
  31. My next pair... INGERSOLL CROWN, SWISS MADE (circa late 1920s/early 1930s) & (unnamed) FOREIGN (possibly made in Germany, circa 1930s)
    5 points
  32. At least you remembered to take it off your wrist first ... Caught a stone under the front truck, whilst waving gaily to people getting out of my way, down the hill into town couple of years ago! Styled it out though. "Just practising my Western roll!" And you have to conceal the limp until you get around the corner, .
    5 points
  33. Old pic but same day at least …
    4 points
  34. Coot and chicks this morning
    3 points
  35. Stumbled across this and it made me chuckle.
    3 points
  36. I quit like Wilson Watch Works on your side of the pond, they don't make their own movements but use Swiss and refurbished Hamilton 917, 921 and 945 movements - he has a number of models available on his web site but will offer a genuine bespoke service and build you a customised watch. He uses German, French or Swiss cases and German dials Here's mine with a sterling silver dial and Waltham signed Unitas chronometer movement
    3 points
  37. Snap!! Absolutely gorgeous. Not a bad price too ...
    2 points
  38. Not my bike but my dads who is 79 years young and still rides his mint triumph 21 aka bath tub
    2 points
  39. Perhaps,nevertheless your successes are ver impressive
    2 points
  40. thanks for those kind words but you dont see my failures
    2 points
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