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  1. Have a great Friday watch fans, a vintage Omega Cosmic 2000 automatic
    30 points
  2. 24 points
  3. 1961 9k BLANCPAIN DeVille. Cal: R540.
    23 points
  4. sorry @mach 0.0013137flieger friday out early so no time to take current tme photo (this from stock) Laco Aachen Taupe LE 42mm, modified Miyota movement
    23 points
  5. Another Omega. All titanium SMP with electric blue dial. Cal. 1120.
    22 points
  6. This one seems glued to my wrist at the moment....
    22 points
  7. Morning Certina 'DS PH200M' Powermatic 80
    22 points
  8. 21 points
  9. A 60s Baylor with Val72. Running at about -1spd meaning it's my most accurate mechanical watch. The dial catches the light brilliantly and the pop of colour really makes it stand out.
    20 points
  10. 20 points
  11. Still loving my cheap and cheerful new addition this morning..... And a quick thank you to those incredible people that have already supported my charity raffle, an amazing start already, what a wonderful place this forum is.
    20 points
  12. homebuilt bronze today,just starting to patinate nicely.HAGWEE.
    19 points
  13. 18 points
  14. Morning, This German-made Junghans auto is probably from around 1960 and was bought as a non-runner from a town not too far from my own village. Brought back to life and powered by a 21j J651.02 (an ETA 2472), it’s not a Max Bill but seemingly has the signature Max Bill/Bauhaus-style “4”. Regards.
    16 points
  15. Taken my Seiko 5 of its bracelet and trying it on a black nato. Seems to work alright. Not sure what's happening with the day though.
    16 points
  16. TFI Friday! Teachers pet again today, luxuriating on his bund, I may name him Colin in Bricey’s honour.
    15 points
  17. Today it’s my new Luminox Nighthawk GMT - amazing Tritium tube illumination at night
    15 points
  18. Another excellent selection of watches on display so far guys My first pair of the day... HAMILTON KHAKI PIONEER, Model H60419533, Eta cal. 2801-2 17 Jewels & RLT-8, Valjoux cal.7750 25 Jewels
    13 points
  19. Wow, busy morning. Some real beauties. I'm on my little old CW this morning - very much one of the watches I've missed wearing while I've been ploughing through everything else:
    12 points
  20. Morning all, very long week for me so extraordinary glad it’s over .. well nearly .. dog to the vets today .. on his birthday.. he’s going to love me !
    12 points
  21. Probably not everyone's choice of Longines, but I like it.
    11 points
  22. Some lovely examples on show today . To assist in the return of my watch mojo I’ve dug out the Omega F300 Cone.
    11 points
  23. Postie arrived, so I have reluctantly taken the Hoffman off for a while to try something new and different.
    10 points
  24. Bezel lume seems brighter than on the 'stealthier' Holton Professional, and stayed legible for the duration. HAGD
    10 points
  25. 22mm bracelet arrived, would be rude not to.
    9 points
  26. This for me today - have a good weekend all
    9 points
  27. I'm listening to the wind causing the rain to hammer my window and because most of the day I will be outside, I'll probably pick this..
    9 points
  28. Some cracking watches on display! Afternoon changeover for me a Vintage Zenith Defy cal 2562 Automatic, circa 1976
    7 points
  29. Finally ... off to the almost local for lunch in a bit. next contract has just crashed and burned and its replacement isnt looking good ; assuming even i am in the running. i may have to get a proper job again might have a drinkie or two this afternoon - please dont sell me anything
    7 points
  30. Next... SMITHS PRS-29A, ETA2801-2, 17 jewels & NEWMARK 6BB CHRONOGRAPH,SEIKO cal. VK64 Meca-quartz.
    3 points
  31. Been on Isle of Wight since Sunday, interning my Father in Law's ashes, and got back yesterday. I was wearing the mighty Bulova Precisionist diver every day while I was away, and changed to this Fossil smart watch today:
    3 points
  32. Good job that the time difference probably means @JayDeep is in bed for those choices though
    3 points
  33. Est1897 is the online shop for H&T pawnbrokers. While I'm sure their stock is all legitimate, I'm yet to see a watch with box and papers , they almost all say "comes with authentication card", which from experience is just a worthless bit of laminated card with their name on it. For buying high end pre owned there aren't many places I'd trust. Chrono24 is usually safe though the advice to buy the seller always applies. There are plenty of respectable jewellers with good websites. Milton's is always excellent, Mark Worthingtons always has a selection of Pam watches. I'll have a think
    3 points
  34. If you are going to get yourself a watch to celebrate your half century, but worry about resale value, I'd advise a sports Rolex. [I'm afraid my view on that is outlined in my signature]. If you would like a beautiful watch, made by hand by true craftsmen -- and which will be very rare indeed (they make only around two hundred pieces each year) -- you might think about picking up the phone on Dirk Dornblüth.
    3 points
  35. Sat here enjoying switching between my new little Hoffman and Seagull toys, then this post drops..... Have a great weekend people!
    2 points
  36. I've been tempted by one of these, on ebay for 160. Would that be about right ?
    2 points
  37. Agreed, but it does sound like a character from Lord of the Rings
    2 points
  38. FWIW, the movement is an 8.75''' AS 1240, thought to date from around the mid-1940s, but could have been a bit earlier. Regards.
    2 points
  39. ... or did I ? I am starting to think this really ... plus a hand wind
    2 points
  40. Right, mine just arrived, and so this seemed as good a place as any to post my first impressions. Starting as I do with the packaging which is just a cardboard box, but was better than I expected, it has a properly printed glossy instruction booklet, warranty plastic card and a spare NATO strap in addition to the leather strap fitted to the watch. This was billed as the 38mm, but first impressions are it seems a little smaller, measured at 37mm diameter with my calipers confirms it is on the small size and makes me think I should have gone for the 42mm version to have tha
    2 points
  41. Don't worry, he won't know it's his birthday, unless he's read his card.
    2 points
  42. Solar, with atomic timekeeping...never have to worry about changing the cell or it keeping time again.
    2 points
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