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  1. Morning Seiko Sunday for me, SARB033 (Cal: 6R15)
    22 points
  2. I`m starting off with a hum..... OMEGA ELECTRONIC f300Hz (cal.1250) Seamaster CHRONOMETER,SWISS MADE (circa 1972) & a buzz... Sekonda SIGNAL Alarm,USSR (Poljot cal.2612 18 Jewels,circa 1980s)
    20 points
  3. MILUS Snow Star. Cal: ETA 2892-A2 (Top), 21 jewel.
    20 points
  4. Gentle day today. Dressed in restrained colours. Zürich Braungold. 39.8mm stainless steel. Nomos Epsilon automatic.
    17 points
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  7. A rare no golf day today, so having a bit of Lunar Pilot time
    16 points
  8. My new to me Alpina just need to adjust the strap, which I think is a pin and collar. Have a good day. It's mint thanks to @Craftycockney
    15 points
  9. Circa 1970 Rotary. Cal: FE 233-69 (Cupillard), 15 jewel.
    15 points
  10. 15 points
  11. It's time for a lazy day with my Tacs. I could do with some new photos of all my watches. Anyway.. Have a great day
    14 points
  12. Same old from me today. I have only had this Omega for a month and only worn it a few times so making up for “lost time” this weekend. Have a good Sunday guys. A great selection of watches on show. Proud to be a member of such a dedicated Group
    14 points
  13. Seiko for me too, but this is the rarer (MUCH rarer) manual wind 6300 movement
    14 points
  14. This one for me today..........dull Sunday...Though no rain! (as of yet anyway!)
    13 points
  15. Zenith Defy 300m automatic on the original Grey Fréres ladder bracelet, Circa 1969 And a song from the same year
    13 points
  16. Grandad's Garrard PW, given to him for 25 years service on the Haines Hill estate in Hurst, Berkshire in 1954. The watch, dated 1845, was already over 100 years old when he received it.
    13 points
  17. Morning all, please ignore my post I started .. hit the button at the same time lol this is mine for now
    13 points
  18. Newmark 52 on extra-long NATO - because a NATO can never be too long! 4 Hz mecha-quartz hitting the markers pretty well. HAGD J
    12 points
  19. Been wearing this mostly of late,
    12 points
  20. Not special enough to get in a mini collection; not valuable enough to get a spot in secure storage; not automatic, so doesn't live on a winder ... ironically this 'lost soul' keeps a lot of 'better' watches off my wrist. No 'fauxtina' required. Lorsa Cal. P75 Have a great day. JJ
    12 points
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  23. 1914 Elgin 15 Jewel Have a great Sunday guys!
    10 points
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  25. 1950's Kered bought recently. Tatty chrome-plated case to go with the one I have with a tatty gold-plated case.
    10 points
  26. Late start. Bad night. Getting in touch with my feminine side with EB. Hope you're all happy and healthy and have a great Sunday.
    10 points
  27. I like mine a lot, I did replace the hands to make it more similar to the Canfield. Oh, and WRT the Explorer II 100m WR debate, this is 200m with a push-pull crown. It's not on this strap any more, and it came on blue rubber, but I now have it on a brushed finish 'engineer' bracelet, to match the brushed case. Rumours are rife of a "man's" EB field watch coming soon, but meanwhile I had to buy this: Still on a NATO but I thought leather picked up the vintage vibe better. HAGD
    9 points
  28. Always a pleasure to see that movement. Thank you. Mondaine 25J FHF 90-5 from around 1970.
    9 points
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  30. 8 points
  31. You can see why I`ve put this pair together.. MAJAK, 16 Jewels, Made In USSR (by 1st MWF), circa late 1950s & NEWMARK (made by Louis Newmark, Croydon England, un-jeweled pin-pallet movement) circa mid-1950s
    8 points
  32. GDR Ruhla mechanical watch. Not really sure about the date of manufacture but I would guess around about 1960/70. Certainly before the wall came down. Picked this one up on eBay recently for a fiver. Seems to keep pretty good time. Whether I keep it remains to be seen but it is one of those iconic Eastern European watches.
    8 points
  33. I had to have this, because... Look at that profile!!!! A clone of a vintage Certina if I recall, but good luck finding one of them. So yeah, I got this instead.
    7 points
  34. Had this for months, and just got round to sizing the bracelet.
    7 points
  35. Switching for the afternoon shift What a day on here.... I love this: And this is wonderful Always love this manys style This is on my list and a firm favourite This is stunning I I am loving this too So much to admire on this thread today, wonderful stuff people.
    7 points
  36. Going a bit off piste with a Swatch today:
    7 points
  37. My second change... ServiceS AERISTs (Plain Dial), FOREIGN (made by Thiel Brothers,Thuringia, Germany) unjeweled pin-pallet, circa early/mid 1930s.
    6 points
  38. Another of my resurrected "fashion" numbers today. Nautica left hooker. @JayDeep @SolaVeritate When I was into the yacthie look I did also buy the matching windbreaker, shorts and deck shoes at the same time in their store.
    6 points
  39. I'm assuming it's one of David Boettcher's from vintagewatchstraps. So I'm just coming out in sympathy. That's intriguing, do you know anything about it?
    6 points
  40. Ummm ... Nope, never any experience, nor would I ever have, just look at them. Gimmicky trash is putting it undeservingly politely! I have to go take a shower now.
    6 points
  41. Sorry guys, I was embarrassed that I got so giddy I forgot to take pictures. Well that and I've been busy with familial and work duties. And I got drink Thursday and forgot. So yeah, here we are. I did get one picture, but I didn't get anything of his watches. He had a couple Seiko, one of the sky blue GS snowflake which was very impressive. The other was some kind of presage that I didn't like at all. Then he had two Omega, a speedy that was some abnormal offshoot in blue and I just didn't love and a classic SMP that was nice but had a misaligned bezel. He did give me that Merkur panda chronograph, 8 have a pic of it, gave it to the wifey though because the lugs are way too long and it looks stupid on a strap. He liked some of my watches for sure, but we have very different taste. I look forward to meeting up with him again, when my incoming finally land. I think I overwhelmed him with my 35 pieces and he brought 5. Oh yeah, he had a really nice Tag Chrono, super clean dial, white with blue and yellow accents. Anyway pics... I feel really lame... Lol Oh yeah, the pic of him, he's holding up my garbage GShock Because I suddenly recalled, while he was looking at it and asking my why, that my girl asked me to get a picture of him to verify it was a him and it was about watches, not me cheating on her. Yeah she's crazy.
    6 points
  42. Bronze case ? Very nice Another interesting watch I can see the appeal of the camera look.
    5 points
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