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  1. The Glycine Incursore California 3901 is easily my most worn and favoured watch. The best thing about it is the dial and AR coated crystal. The worse thing about it is the crystal is mineral and the most easily scratched one I have ever known. I have scratched it and polished the scratches out so many times I guess I weakened it because one morning a crack appeared and spread like a windscreen chip. I contacted Glycine who told me to send it to INVICTA in Holland. I contacted INVICTA for a quote and was told the replacement crystal would be Sapphire but it would not be AR coated. The price
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  2. Finally, and to mark the occasion of my big Six-Oh, I have my holy grail watch. It is the wonderful Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Grande Taille in steel - fitted to the lovely beads of rice bracelet. I have been admiring and coveting the Reverso since I got into watches while I was still at school! Superelegant and gorgeous. It’s been admired by dozens of folks already and I’ve only had it a few days. I promise to take some really decent pics but in the meantime...
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  3. The sales section will be closed until further notice. There are two main issues. Obviously watches are not essential when most of us on here have one already, so why risk the postal workers? Secondly RM won't be asking for signatures, so arguments about 'it never arrived' could occur which no one needs right now.
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  5. The results of yesterday's trip to Nottingham. [emoji16] Sent from my HRY-LX1 using Tapatalk
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  6. Good morning everyone. Going with this Rolex Explorer Precision today.
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  7. Happy Birthday .As it's your bithday and MINE I have this on
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  8. Good morning everyone, going with this Omega Geneve, calibre 1012, from circa 1973 today.
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  9. Major new arrival for me I've wanted one of these for years. Now I have one.
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  10. A company contacted me a few weeks ago with regards to buying the forum. They offered me a nice little bit of money but they wanted to use it to make money with advertising. They would have probably changed it too much and I would have regretted it To be honest I couldn't do it. If anyone else is reading this and is interested in purchasing the forum then please don't try to tempt me as the forum belongs to its members and is NOT for sale. Unless it's a six figure sum
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  11. #seamastersaturday Gecko says hello:
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  12. Good morning all, giving this silver cushion cased watch from 1929 a turn today.
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  13. SMP Ti Ref. 2232.80.00 Omega caliber 1120.
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  14. So it appears looking around that quite a few folks have new arrivals today - thought it might be nice to have a bit of a showcase for them. I got a real shock this morning, last box out from under the tree was this little beauty: Way beyond what I was expecting from my wonderful wife. Over the moon with it! Also this from a close colleague at work - seen it pop up a lot on here over the last little while, now I get to see inside!! ..So what has anyone else found under the tree this morning?
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  15. Been a busy few weeks particularly playing host to extended family over Christmas However this gave me the opportunity to pass the begging bowel round to fund my next timepiece, which I hoped (at the time) would be a C60 APEX available at a suitable discount in potential/imminent sale ? But, this happened to cross my tracks first (pun intended) & after a couple of email exchanges a price was agreed. 2018 Omega Seamaster AT RAILMASTER. Cal: Co-Axial 8806, 35 jewel, 15,000 Gauss. Width 40mm, Length 46mm, Lug width 20mm, Height 12mm. Supplied wit
    29 points
  16. Merry Christmas everyone! My Grandfather's watch today
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  17. Good morning everyone, going with this Omega, 2nd World War Air Ministry issue, 6B/159, calibre 30SCT2 today.
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  18. A very good morning to everyone. Giving this Omega Geneve Dynamic a turn today.
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  19. Having wanted a Seiko 'Dancing Hands' watch for a long while, I eventually got lucky and found the exact model I was after a week or so ago. The watch had been fairly extensively worn, then put away in a drawer (with the battery removed) about 8 years ago. The module fired up and works perfectly after I fitted a new battery, but cosmetically, the watch was in pretty poor shape. The two tone bracelet, while still showing a good amount of the plating on the intermediate links was fairly scratched up, as was the clasp. While the crystal was relatively unscathed, the cyclops was almost opaque, and
    29 points
  20. I bet you can't wait to see my big date! (It's the only one I'll have today, unfortunately ) Enjoy yours, at least I have a couple of presents to unwrap!
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  21. Many happy returns! I am wearing my vintage Junghans Tank circa 1939
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  22. Morning all Circa1980 BUCHERER. Cal: 6050, 21 jewel.
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  23. Feeling hench after falling on some rocks last night so DSSD it is: My injuries weren’t in vain as I got some great shots:
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  24. Just arrived. This is a very rare Russian watch - no crumby lume, flying bombs, tanks, rockets, soviet heroes, crests or flags on the dial! Just perfection. Never taking it off ... Have a great day - I will!
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  26. Have a happy Monday watch fans. I am wearing this vintage Seiko Sea horse circa 1966 this morning
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  27. Tag heuer Monaco Steve McQueen for me today
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  28. A 1980's heuer for me today
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  29. This is my most long standing watch and still my favourite. Have a good Friday.
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  30. Have a great Friday watch fans, I am wearing my vintage Seiko Sea horse automatic, circa 1966 this morning
    28 points
  31. Something a little sporty to mark the start of the Formula 1 season. Breitling Datora
    28 points
  32. Morning all 1974 CERTINA. Cal: 28-10, 17 jewel.
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  34. Starting out with an old favourite, my Seiko 6139-6002 Pepsi from 1975.
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  35. Morning guys hope its a good one for you all!
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  36. Fascinating simplicity. Dresses "up" superbly (one of my two options for black tie), and "down" without effort. Senator "Excellence". 40mm s/s. GO Kaliber 36-01 automatic. Today's pic: And, older pics: .
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  37. Greetings watch fans, my Frederique Constant big date, dual time this morning
    28 points
  38. Giving this 9ct Longines, calibre 370, from 1970 a turn today.
    28 points
  39. The Tudor Black Bay 41. The photos do not do the watch justice. The watch is a great example of understated elegance. Happy Christmas.
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  41. As a point of interest, the type of watch you refer to I will service "Free of any charges" my way of giving something back to a profession that give so much to me, as a child. If you need my assistance, just shout.
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  42. Merry Christmas TWF. For those lucky enough to receive new watches today, how about showing us today’s new arrivals? I was lucky to get this lovely Fortis Official Cosmonauts Day Date Automatic. Cal. ETA 2836-2 , 25 jewels: Have a great Christmas all!
    28 points
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