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  1. The lovely Lorus. HAGD
    23 points
  2. Out with the dog in the peaks. Have a good weekend all!
    23 points
  3. Vintage NOS Glashutte SPEZICHRON HiBeat Automatic
    19 points
  4. 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
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    18 points
  6. Omega SMP 2231.80 all titanium.
    18 points
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  8. Greetings watch fans, have a great Saturday. My vintage Zenith automatic cal 2552 PC circa 1969
    18 points
  9. Morning Strela 'Officer' Chronograph OF38CYGS (Cal: Poljot 3133)
    17 points
  10. Greetings watch fans! A vintage Zenith Spaceman Automatic today
    17 points
  11. Heading out so rolled out the Baltic Aquascaphe
    17 points
  12. Mido Multifort Powerwind
    17 points
  13. Morning, this just back from service.. 3133, stainless case .HAGD
    16 points
  14. Porsche design by Eterna from 2007 with Eterna automatic movement.
    16 points
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  16. Morning, Today this French-made Kered (Louis Braham, threads passim) and is another “Resurrection Special” from my watchmaker - called Derek, as it happens. Housed in what is probably anodised aluminium, this one is powered by a 15j Cupillard 233 and I’ve included a “before” image in case anyone’s interested. Regards.
    16 points
  17. Bit of a 'Trigger's broom' for me today. A Casio DW 6630B like the one below was bought back in 1998 for use at work. I wore it for a year, then for some reason, the module packed up. About a month after this happened, I was on holiday on Jersey and a chance stroll down a backstreet in one of the towns (I really can't remember which) found me in front of a little watch shop and I saw the identical watch in the window. However, the backlight didn't work, but as I never used it anyway, I negotiated and bought the watch for a reduced price. It then served me well for 14-15 years at work as a land
    16 points
  18. built this about 18 months back.movement is a hand winding Asian 6947.the dial i had to trim down to fit the case..
    16 points
  19. 1960's Automatic Seiko 6106-8000 Have a great weekend guys!
    16 points
  20. In my humble, one of the best looking chronograph watches of recent years The Farer Eldridge dial is a colour called chocolate silk, but the added blue and the strong hands really help. If you haven't seen a Farer watch up close then i do recommend trying to. I was very impressed with a three hander I had, and delighted with this one
    15 points
  21. Tag Heuer Monaco Steve McQueen on a sports blue rubber strap for this lovely Sunday have a good one everbody
    15 points
  22. Just delivered by the Royal Mail Certina DS Super PH500M Probably going to lose the dive strap it’s a little long for my small wrist.
    15 points
  23. Morning, Today this 1960s Onsa, they of flamboyant advertising campaigns. This “Superautomatic” model runs on a 30j Felsa 4000. Regards.
    14 points
  24. HAGF watch lovers! My vintage Zenith Defy Automatic circa 1976, cal 2572PC And songs from the same year
    14 points
  25. Morning, To my mind, this 1950s Newmark Waterguard is one of Croydon’s better-looking efforts from those days, something not difficult to achieve. They also lightly decorated their 5j Cal. 10.5’’’ movement for this model, bless ‘em. Regards.
    14 points
  26. New arrival, Zelos 39mm 'Lunar Frost' full lume field watch, with screw crown, screw-link bracelet with sliding ratchet clasp for quick adjust, quick release solid end links, domed box sapphire crystal, slides under a cuff but goes over just as nicely, if you have already been sewn into your winter underwear. OK I admit it I went under my blankets to check the lume Umm... yeah, just going back under my blankets! HAGD
    14 points
  27. Morning all. Yet another! wet day...Roll on Spring time! On with this Carrera today....Put it on this rally strap, as opposed to the bracelet.
    14 points
  28. Thank god for that i slept through crimbo. How was lockdown. Did you set the kids on grandma and grandad.
    13 points
  29. 13 points
  30. Good morning chap's. OQ today. I am not buying any more watches. [emoji17] Well maybe the odd one or two. [emoji16]
    13 points
  31. Morning, Strela 3133 re-issue. Another 50m WR and this could have been 'The One'. Oh, and lume. GADA gotta have lume.
    13 points
  32. It's got to be the new Precisionist for me today: Not sure if this one will be a keeper yet. After wearing it for most of yesterday it seems a bit top-heavy, and needs to be fastened quite tightly to stop it turning on the wrist. Might just be a question of getting used to how it wears. Shame if it has to go, because it does look bloody awesome. I'm sure I'd get my money back if I do move it on anyway, these are selling on ebay for a lot more than I paid, so not a complete disaster if it becomes a catch and release..........
    13 points
  33. Greeting watch lovers, a vintage! My vintage Tissot T12 automatic, circa 1972
    13 points
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