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  1. I've a trip to the hospital this morning, so I shall be wearing this little chap …
    30 points
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  3. 1959 18ct gold Seamaster today.
    29 points
  4. 1950's SILVANA Triple-Date. Cal: AS1290, 17 jewel.
    28 points
  5. Vintage Omega Cosmic 2000 Automatic
    27 points
  6. I finally made some new canvas made from an old US Military Canvas from the Vietnam War Jeep hoop. Totally waterproof I think it match well with that white mother of pearl dial having green colour ;)
    27 points
  7. Looking forward to the Olympics coming soon
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  9. Morning, Having a Ball today. HAGD
    26 points
  10. I was looking at Grand Seikos weekend before last as I had enough saved up for a deposit on a quartz one. They seemed a bit underwhelming but this watch caught my eye and actually made me say, " Wow", out loud because of its stunning dial. It's a Seiko Presage Cocktail Time Negroni. Terrible name but fabulous watch. It was love at first sight and I couldn't get it out of my mind. So of course, when I got home I googled it and found it at 10% off plus a further 10% off first purchases from Watcho. Free delivery within 4 days, arrived after 2. Highly recommend them. The dial sometimes appears red, sometimes purple, sometimes brown. It has an extraordinary swirl pattern engraved on it. It has a lovely box hardlex crystal although there doesn't seem to be any anti reflective coating. The date window is white on black and looks like it is colour matched to the dial until you view it close up. It's about 38mm in diameter with a slimmish case that is highly polished throughout. Crown is signed. The strap features a signed deployant clasp and is a dark brown with a purplish hue. It's my first watch with that style of clasp. Takes a bit of getting used to the keepers being on the wrong side. And then there's the movement. A Seiko 4R35 automatic with hand winding and hacking and about a 40 hour power reserve. I've been wearing it for a week and..... It is still bang on the correct time. That'll be my Grand Seiko itch scratched then.
    25 points
  11. Railmaster. Cal: 8806 Co-Axial, 35 jewel.
    24 points
  12. Wearing my Smiths on my old Royal Engineers NATO strap today ..... Once a Sapper, always a Sapper.
    24 points
  13. New watch day - anniversary gift from my wife, write up to come later (on watch, not wife) Farer Bradfield
    24 points
  14. MILUS Snow Star. Cal: ETA2892-A2 (Top), 21 jewel.
    24 points
  15. Morning Looks like being a nice day for taking it easy. Baume & Mercier 'Clifton Baumatic' (Cal: Baumatic BM12-1975A COSC)
    23 points
  16. Morning Eterna 'Heritage Military 1939 Collection' (Cal: ETA 2824-2)
    23 points
  17. Sunny Jersey out for good old fry up
    23 points
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  20. Snowflake out in the morning Sun
    23 points
  21. Morning Hamilton 'Khaki Pilot Pioneer' H76456955 {Cal: H31 (Valjoux 7753)}
    23 points
  22. It's this one for me as the morning gets underway, and I decide on an arty shot in the garden
    23 points
  23. Late 40's PEEREX (Stauffer, Son & Co). SS case.
    23 points
  24. Morning all, a Speedmaster for me this morning.
    22 points
  25. 1950's Muros manual wind this morning
    22 points
  26. Omega SMP 2231.80 all titanium case, bezel and 'Bond' bracelet. Electric blue dial with rhodium plated sword hands. Calibre 1120, rhodium plated, self winding chronometer with 44 hours power reserve. Domed sapphire crystal with AR coating.
    22 points
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  28. Little bit of a hand winder for the morning fun and games at chez bricey Have a great weekend everyone.
    22 points
  29. Ulysses defeats the Laestrygonians.
    22 points
  30. 1931 Silver cased HARWOOD 'AUTORIST' [img]https://i.imgur.com/i4q6mUD.mp4[/img]
    22 points
  31. Dornblüth 99.1 for this glorious day. Ascetic (possibly paraphrased by @JayDeep as "boring"), solid, beautifully constructed, and "satisfactorily rare" (you won't see many on the wrists of non-WISards).
    21 points
  32. Start the day with this Omega PO
    21 points
  33. Morning all.. one with a new strap
    21 points
  34. Morning Looks like another sunny day. Christopher Ward 'C60 Blue Sapphire' (Cal: Sellita SW200-1)
    21 points
  35. Might be a couple of these today
    21 points
  36. Post hump day for me as I have Friday off! Ball Trainmaster Pulsemeter
    21 points
  37. Morning Looks like better weather today, sun is out. Mathey-Tissot 'Lord Collection' (Cal: ETA 2824-2 Incabloc)
    21 points
  38. Latest addition......not quite a birth year watch but pretty close ...Sekonda model 46 , calibre 2209 circa 1967/8 built in the Poljot Factory......anybody has a 70's blue dial one for sale let me know.(Picture doesn't do it justice)
    21 points
  39. Right, going with the Ball for the day for my consultant appointment to hopefully start the process of repairing my pelvis.
    21 points
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