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    Morning all... OMEGA DE VILLE. Cal: 2500 co-axial, 29 jewel.
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    Morning. Drat -- missed "smile time" by five minutes. The Captain Moon Phase goes well with today's smart casual but I'll be rather more understated and upmarket on the 19th . . .
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    Good morning, going with this Omega Seamaster 120m today.
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    SMP Ti. Ref. 2232.80 Omega Caliber 1120
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    Nomos Orion 38 for me today... (it is striking how much bigger than 38 it seems to wear) and for @yokel, the backside, I know you like to see them
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    First wear of new leather strap; I like it! I just don't look at the clasp, where there is a superfluous tang notch/cutout
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    Morning all... 1960's VENUS. Cal: ETA 2452-2, 25 jewel.
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    Drizzle in the south of France
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    Morning Dreyfuss & Co 1925 Series (Sellita SW200).
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    Morning all... 1940's Wyler 'Bumper' Cal: AS1250, 17 jewel.
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    The Felsa 4004-powered Allaine today. Still researching the history of the company.
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    Vintage Seiko this morning .
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    Seamaster Turler from 1962 today
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    Another Oris day for me .
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    Morning all... 1965 Girard-Perregaux GYROMATIC. Cal: 22-09, 39 jewel.
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    Sea-Gull 1963 Re-issue today:
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    Morning, '56 30mm screw case Pobeda
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    I've tidied up my lidl tea bag box - popularly adapted by a few members into watch boxes - the cushions were made by my sister in law who likes a bit of sewing. It's not a SOTC because my O&W m4, Orient Mako, Rotary Chavitimer & Dunhill aren't in the box as not enough room. I think it's a fairly rounded, albeit incomplete, collection with some quite different watches As additional bunce becomes available I'm sure I can add some more but it's fairly good to be limited on budget as it helps keep the collection small and considered imho. [url=https://flic.kr/p/2htkCDv][/url]IMG_20191011_114638440[/url] by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/137308996@N02/]David Wren, on Flickr
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    Still wearing the 58. Gaining about half a second a day, which is by far the most accurate mechanical watch I have
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    Morning, Today this ThusyT from probably around 1950, with its fair share of age-associated patina and, at 37mm, a big boy for its time. Like this one, the few I’ve seen of this brand seem to have mainly been sold from Italy and whilst the name is recorded in Mikrolisk, the maker is shown as “unknown” but speculated to have been Swiss. Today’s effort is another example of mismatched jewel counts between dial and movement and despite the “206” on the bridge, is running on a 13’’’ Unitas cal. 176, unfortunately not represented in either R.R. or Lorenz. An alternative version of the 176 is shown in a German archive but with “207” on a substantially different bridge configuration from mine. Concluding today’s little mystery, a Thusyt watch driven by an AS 1203 movement is featured in a short YouTube video (why??) without dialogue but captioned in Portuguese. Regards.
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    Tisell automatic diver today .
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    Glycine today. HAGWE watch lovers!
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    Can't seem to prise this new one off my wrist On a temporary Nato pending a new proper strap
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    Morning Roamer Soleure (Cal: STP1-11)
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    lashing down up here need a tool watch on.
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    Morning, From the recesses of the hat today, it’ll be this mid-70s Roamer Auto in a 9ct gold case. Runs on a 17j hacking MST 522, the final flourish of their in-house movements. Bought at auction and comprehensively ignoring my absolutely-not-to-be-exceeded limit but, hey, it does have a signed buckle and crown, so that was my conscience salved. Kind of. Regards.
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    Morning all.. 9.99 one on today ... sorry <a href="https://imgur.com/JPYbIRl"><img src="" title="source: imgur.com" /></a>
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    1940s Helvetia Triple Date today.
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    Good morning, its this 9ct Tavannes from 1937 for today.
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    Wearing this Mudmaster on the wrist for the first time:
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    Feeling blue again today . . . . . .
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    This one today: Armida 2019-10-17_08-15-31 by mcridland, on Flickr Mark
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    @Turpinr A bit of probing with the World Timer this morning
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    Still wearing this ... New strap? It's like having a new watch! HAGD
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    Having seen all the Omegas on show, I got mine out...wore it for 10 minutes, then put it away again. Just didn't feel right having something on my wrist after such a long time without.
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