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  1. Afternoon all. I received this little beauty today...love it! Its 5 years old, a Rolex Sub (no date) 114060. This year ...I was 60 in January...Ive been planning on retiring at 60,,,,for what seems like ages! For my 60th, in January...i "treated" myself to a lovely Tag Heuer Monaco...I got it in a new years sales...so saved a couple of bob.! I did have one before...but stupidly...yeah ! Flipped it...So.. as it was my 60th in January, inbetween, Last Christmas and new years...I spotted it in a sale...so snapped it up! The only trouble was? Id "planned"! on treating myself
    29 points
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  3. Morning... 1958 DOXA. Cal: 98, 17 jewel.
    24 points
  4. The lovely Lorus. HAGD
    23 points
  5. Out with the dog in the peaks. Have a good weekend all!
    23 points
  6. Omega GSoM as I’ve got no clients for the rest of the day:
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  7. Decided to come back on the forum and block whoever I need to. Anyone who doesn’t like my posts can do the same Zenith Stratos today:
    22 points
  8. Morning... 1952 Tissot 'Bumper' Cal: 28.5-21, 17 jewel, SS case.
    22 points
  9. Omega Speedmaster Automatic MkIV Professional (aka Mk 4.5) 176.0012 Time to give the old girl a run
    21 points
  10. Vintage Zenith Respirator X
    21 points
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  12. Sturmanskie Gagarin Chronograph with the Poljot 31681 movement (basically a 3133 with a 24 hour register)
    20 points
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  14. Vintage NOS Glashutte SPEZICHRON HiBeat Automatic
    19 points
  15. Zenith El Primero Triple date moon phase Chronograph this Friday.
    19 points
  16. Greetings watch fans! My vintage Zenith Pilot Automatic cal 2572 PC E, circa 1974 Poor light, old pic same watch.
    19 points
  17. This one for me, on yet another wet and grey weekend!
    19 points
  18. My vintage Omega Cosmic 2000 automatic circa this model was launched in 1972 Poor light old pic - same watch. More info here And a song from 1972
    19 points
  19. Thursday watch Omega Seamaster 300m
    19 points
  20. Morning all from Jersey. 2 watches today, I’m helping a friend move house so daily tag, then out tonight with the wife and friends so something a bit dressier
    19 points
  21. I tried on a watch earlier this year that I didn't buy for the reason that I had the distinct feeling that it would be detrimental to the rest of my collection in that I would probably wear it over just about anything else. Moving on, I went out for a walk yesterday, and whilst taking care to socially distance, I tripped and fell into a jewellers shop, and on my way down I accidentally grabbed hold of the display stand and the very watch became lodged on my wrist. The shop assistant, in shock, helped me up and inadvertently removed my wallet from my pocket, which miraculously had exactly t
    18 points
  22. Morning Sturmanskie 'Ocean' Chronograph Special Edition 3133-1981599 (Cal: Poljot 3133)
    18 points
  23. Good morning Gents. Spirit 6r15d, a lot of people assume the styalised 'S' on the crown is for Seiko....apparantly it was not. When these first cropped up in the Seiko catalogues as just another new Seiko 100m sports automatic and took aim at the new 'work wear' philosophy or 'spirit excellence' being brain washed in Japan. They were not slotted into the dressy posh Presage range. So they were given the marketing tag of 'Spirit'. As an allude to their more get up ang go sporty 100m intent. The snake like S on the crown. Was intended to identify this watch as the new Seiko Spi
    18 points
  24. Omega SMP 2231.80 all titanium.
    18 points
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  26. Morning, Subtlety and understatement, just two of the qualities in which this 1970s Hamilton is entirely bereft. However, it’s not all bad, being powered by the excellent 13j ESA 9154 transistorised movement, like so many of its contemporaries. Regards.
    18 points
  27. Morning. 2 day old picture. I am not buying any more watches. [emoji17] Well maybe the odd one or two. [emoji16]
    18 points
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  29. It's a SBDX001 day
    18 points
  30. 18 points
  31. I have made myself another strap made of solid green military canvas from Vietnam war with light green stitching. Tomorrow Friday is weekend in Dubai, I will test it at sea in scuba diving ;)
    18 points
  32. Took me 10 minutes to load photo that's why date ir wrong and time
    18 points
  33. Morning, Westclox “Watchlarm” today. Made in the La Salle factory in 1960 and like hen’s teeth nowadays finding one with its W.5 movement in working condition, being unduly fragile according to Ranfft. Today’s plucky survivor was only acquired through the generosity of a fellow-collector pal in the States. An inelegant name, and not a commercial success for Messrs Westclox, it was quietly discontinued in 1961 having been awkward to manufacture combined with the volume of warranty claims. Oops! Regards.
    18 points
  34. Autumn is finally coming
    18 points
  35. Back to the Admiral, 1972, Cal 506
    18 points
  36. C65 manual diver. Cal: SW210-1, 19 jewel.
    18 points
  37. A modern watch with a retro look for F1's return to Imola this weekend. RLT38
    18 points
  38. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
    18 points
  39. This today for me on another strap for a change and it's a day indoors for me by the looks of things, with the ghastly weather going on out there ! ...
    18 points
  40. Morning... C9 MOONPHASE. Cal: JJ04 (modified 2836-2), 25 jewel. Old pic's due to bad light today...
    18 points
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