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    This Bulova Astronaut
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    Morning all, very foggy here so something bright for me today <a href="https://imgur.com/lG0p60q"><img src="" title="source: imgur.com" /></a>
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    Morning Orient Bambino 2nd Gen. Ver 1 (Cal: F6724) to start the week.
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    Old Bremont BC-S2 for the weekend,
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    T/H Aquaracer. Ref. WAB1111.BA0801
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    Happy weekend everyone! Got through the Zeniths in the week, so thought I'd go for this one which hasn't been out of the box in a while...
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    Greetings watch fans my vintage Helvieta automatic today
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    Zenith Rainbow flyback chronograph ref 01.0480.405. This was the first general issue of the design originally made in the 1990s for the French Air force.
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    These would seem appropriate starters... APEKS AP0406 500m,SEIKO-Epson Cal. VX42E APEKS AP040s-5, 1000m SEIKO-Epson Cal.VX42E
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    Morning, not long story nice serviced, Poljot chrono. Latin on the dial and Cyrillic on the movement, plus the serial number, leads me to think '64 / '65. HAGD
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    I am still wearing this NOS Creation 17 Jewel hand-wind circa 1968
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    Speedmaster Sunday for me today.
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    Got a few days at home so working my way through my vintage watches this today its lovely and thin 1950’s gp gyromatic if i had to wear one watch then this would be it beats at 28800bps very accurate a real gem. Old photos im afraid and the date is a bi#ch to set may change to this later (got a lot to get through) bubble-back forever
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    Day at the Spa for mrs relaxer’s birthday. Steam room, sauna, pool and thermal hydro bath things no probs for this one
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    Have a great weekend all!
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    Morning Gents, a minature mechanical master piece from 1973. Sent from my SM-J320FN using Tapatalk Looks superb Sent from my SM-J320FN using Tapatalk
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    Another dreich day Big, easy to read, watches would seem to be appropriate... GLYCINE INCURSORE 3762 (100m) & 3804 (200m) Unitas cal.6497 17 Jewels
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    Morning, I’ve picked this one for today, a 36mm Hudson auto from around 1970 and driven by a 21j EB 8127. With many registrants of a “Hudson” brand, it’s difficult to say exactly who made this one. Possibly by Marcel and Lucien Jeanbourquin of La Chaux-de-Fonds, seemingly active between 1954 – 1994, or possibly by Itraco but whose movement in my hand-winding Hudson is signed as such. Whatever, at 12.3mm high, “Ultra-Thin” is something of a misnomer. Regards.
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    Hamilton beater giving the Smiths a rest today.
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    This very accurate cheapy today Sent from my LM-V405 using Tapatalk This very accurate cheapy today Sent from my LM-V405 using Tapatalk
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    Put this on last night and was wocken by the wecker this morning!
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    New in today Thank you @Pete wilding
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    1978 seiko lord quartz 7853 5010 moon dust dial. Fresh in from Tokyo and mint. These were only produced in small numbers between 1978 and 1980 and retailed for more than a king quartz in the catalogues. Very much like the omega star dust who copied who? Hard to capture the sparkle dust dial its amazing in the flesh. ive tried to capture better how the dial changes Sent from my SM-J320FN using Tapatalk
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    This until shifting furniture tomorrow.
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    1916 GALLET ELECTA, IN SILVER BORGEL CASE Yes, I love Seiko watches like I love my children, but, you gotta love a watch that has seen two world wars and still keeps good time.
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    This one for me today...cold here! At least its not raining though!
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    Morning, slightly annoying ... that the keepers don't line up exactly with the strap holes! I'm such a snob. HAGOCDD
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    happy friday everyone...waiting for a strap...1971 6119
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    Another day, another Seiko 7T62... Today it is a 7T62-0BC0, a beautiful bracelet on this one and the blued hands are stunning (don't show up on the photo too well) I give a nickname to all my watches, this one is my 7T62 'Manta Ray' I think it suits it.
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    Tag F1 today. Sent from my SM-A105FN using Tapatalk
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    Morning all, back with the Urchin...have a good one <a href="https://imgur.com/uPpvVya"><img src="" title="source: imgur.com" /></a>
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    a new arrival today, a Diastar with Diamonds
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    Vintage Seiko Skyliner Cal 402 .
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    G Shock GSG-100 Mudmaster: I love the dual backlight on this:
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    Now the original seiko bracelet by stelux is cleaned ive decided to refit it. Its actually an attractive oyster style. Very restrained for a 70s seiko really. Sent from my SM-J320FN using Tapatalk
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    my gloomy day watch. Miserable day happy watch.
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    OP..... remember was down 125£ because imported ebay box from Corsica contained exactly nowt instead of a Seiko THe Great Blue. ebay decided against any recompense. update......passed problem over to Paypal , Signed the affidavit they sent that had not received the watch.............Just informed me they will refund the whole amount plus my postage..... winner.....and it’s my 70th birthday today as well..... nice present amongst the others! Thanks all for the advice and support , helped a lot In the case.
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    Quiet afternoon in watching Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds with Seiko Sea Horse
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    Forged carbon: Frogman: Fifty Fathoms:
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