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    Have a great weekend all!
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    New in today Thank you @Pete wilding
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    happy friday everyone...waiting for a strap...1971 6119
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    I'm here, wearing this, which doesn't have date so an old pic will do. I expect people get fed up with seeing them. Since the sun's out, I have things to do in the garden.
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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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    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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    Morning, From the darkest recesses of my Cabinet o’ Clunkers comes an original, um, Original, in a 37mm 1970s-style case. Seemingly made by Constructa, the Mondaine-owned pin lever outfit and probably cased up in Hong Kong. With exceptions about as rare as unicorn jobbies, almost anything showing a random number on the dial often, but not exclusively, in a circle, is going to be unbridled rubbish. However, with the seller wisely omitting any worthwhile description of this gem, I’d been intrigued to discover what exotic treasure lay inside. I can’t say I was particularly overjoyed, or surprised, to find yet another Baumgartner 866. However, it was cheap, very cheap, seldom a sign of la qualité. My apologies to anyone else who’s daft enough to have one of these specimens, but it really is a bit of a shocker. Regards.
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    Hydroconquest IMG_20190804_134811407_HDR by David Wren, on Flickr
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    Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic H32515555 {Cal: H10 [base ETA C07.611 (2824-2)]} Hamilton Khaki King H64455523 {Cal H40 (ETA 2834-2)}
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    Morning Phoibos Wave Master PY010B (Cal: NH35A)
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    ELOGA. EDOX. ELGIN. EBAUCHE: Raw, unfinished movement. ENGINE TURNING... ELINVAR. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elinvar Equation of Time. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Equation_of_time
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    Citizen 'Ecozilla'...
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    Motorola 1st Generation Moto 360 smart watch with original 'flat tyre' crystal. The lume is incredible and perfect hand length. HAGD!
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    G is for Girard Perregaux G is for Geneve G is for Grewako
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    F is for Flieger and for Flyback Hand (not centered very well, and with the Bezel slightly off the other way too!)
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    Very classic "Black & Metal" style today
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    Quite justifiable I would say with the ever increasing cost of horse feed and farriers fees.
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    This one after some tuning done - new hands,new date and day wheels. Sent from my SM-G970F using Tapatalk
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    J is for Junghans J is for Jewels
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    Time to settle down for the evening with the Alpha & the Omega.... ALPHA, cal.ST-16(?), 21 Jewels, & OMEGA Railmaster,CO-AXIAL CHRONOMETER, cal.2403 27 Jewels.
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    Dismal, the brim on my hat was overflowing like a leaking gutter. O & W for the night.
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    Hello all, I know some members have an interest in early waterproof and shockproof watches so I thought I would post these pages on ‘Special Watches’ from the 1934 ‘Wilderness Catalogue’ I have just acquired. This catalogue was produced periodically by Robert Pringle & Sons who were a wholesale supplier of silver, electroplate and other ‘fancy goods’. There are other pages with more standard watches including Cyma, Tavannes, Waltham, Eterna, Ena and Aster as well as Helvetia of course if anyone is interested. There are also over 200 pages of things such as propelling pencils, cigarette cases, lighters, dressing sets, candlesticks, tankards, clocks, you name it if anyone has wider interests let me know. Thanks. Carl.
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    K is for Kienzle (Swiss) K is for Kinetic
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    Another new one in … I'm reserving overall judgement until I've worn it for a week but initial impressions are: wears bigger than 40mm, beautiful dial colour, bracelet so-so, timekeeping from the in-house MBP1000 movement seems to be pretty good so far, although the quick-set date is nowhere near the smoothness of a Seiko or ETA movement. I'll be keeping an eye on that as well.
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    I agree & do you really need to know the time to the minute & second? Photograph crudely interfered with without Davey`s permission
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    The dial is a wee bit too fussy for my tastes Seriously, nice one Davey
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    [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23][emoji23][emoji23] Sent from my SM-J320FN using Tapatalk Nice evo mate. I will send you my spare baseball hat and scooby keyring[emoji4] Sent from my SM-J320FN using Tapatalk
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    G for Gevril. GV2 Hercules. ESA Dynotron hybrid mvt. Ref. 8701 GV2 Submarine Ref. 4500 ETA 6497
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    Love love love that LCD! Anyway, "F" is for "Forky" who presides over my modest "collection".
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    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    23 years old and look at that lume.
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    you can depend on us really good root beer colours them i think i'll go and look for one. can't find a single one on the bay, must be very rare.
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    Nomos Epsilon in-house automatic movement . . . .
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    sorry I didn't read your first post which clearly says it isn't your watch. Schoolboy error on my part Nor did I realise you have no hands, was it an accident with a food mixer?
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    You are right, they are. Strictly speaking I believe they are Lance hands, but both they and Alpha hands share Elements of the outer form with Dauphine. A short dissertation on hands.
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    These are my two favourites as they produce fantastic lume. Seiko SNXS73K Seiko SKX007
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