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  1. The prettiest watch i own Rear end isnt bad either!
    24 points
  2. Morning Seiko 'Presage' SRPB07J1 (Cal: 4R35B)
    22 points
  3. New arrival. Seller said it, "needs a new battery."! Seems to be working even though I couldn't find anywhere to put one...
    22 points
  4. I am up making the first brew, with an eye on working through some emails. Unfortunately my overtime is unpaid, so I'm stuck with this: 76 Timex Sprite, as per the first 'proper' watch I received as a child. But those go-faster straps are not just for show, they really work! Gains about 30 secs per day. Which isn't bad. Paid the usual premium for a 19mm strap. I like the retro domed crystal, reminds me of something from the Jetsons cartoon. HAGD
    21 points
  5. Morning all, hope you and yours are well one with the inox .. again lol
    21 points
  6. Have a great weekend guys!
    20 points
  7. Good morning chap's It's Speedy Tuesday all ready for my micro chip implant err Covid vaccination later this morning. Have a good day.
    19 points
  8. Happy Saturday folks! Heuer Autavia Calibre 02
    19 points
  9. Morning Orient 'Bambino' 2nd Gen. Ver 2 (Cal: F6724)
    19 points
  10. Probably one of my favourite watches.
    19 points
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  12. Poljot International 'Pobjeda' today:
    19 points
  13. Hamilton on its new Mesh , Lovely imho Stunning Piece .
    19 points
  14. Hamilton remains on to see out the last work day of the week.
    19 points
  15. Can't seem to take this off at the moment! Have a good day all
    19 points
  16. Well seeing as it's Tuesday again...
    18 points
  17. Stellaris Electronic
    18 points
  18. Vintage Seiko for this vintage man to start with...
    18 points
  19. Check up today, back with the latest arrival
    18 points
  20. Hamilton Khaki King for the rest of the work week for me.
    18 points
  21. Good morning chap's [emoji41] GS today to brighten up a miserable misty morning.
    17 points
  22. I can add to the oldies this weekend strap change .. again lol
    17 points
  23. Morning, This Miramar today, with its 17j AS 1287. Assuming it was made by Fabrique d'Horlogerie Miramar/Miramar SA of Geneva, then 1950 is the earliest registration date of the “Miramar” brand given by Mikrolisk and that seems to have become accepted as Miramar SA’s own founding date. However, and perhaps more appropriate to another long-running thread in the Free Talk forum, this vaguely unsettling advert claims a date of 1925 - which doesn’t appear in Mikrolisk at all. Regards.
    17 points
  24. Another beautiful day. Have a good one. J
    17 points
  25. Morning all.. back on with this one have a good one if you can
    16 points
  26. An early Zodiac Seawolf with plenty of patina!
    16 points
  27. Morning Seiko 'Presage' SRPB03J1 (Cal: 4R35B)
    16 points
  28. The sun is shining here for a great start to the month Seiko SPB143
    16 points
  29. Good morning chap's Up late again and then Craptalk is playing up. A lovely day for a walk so it's on with the GMT.
    16 points
  30. "Poor man's Monaco" today. In honour of Mr Woods, who is improving after his crash.
    16 points
  31. Nice to have the rare treat of being out in the sunshine: Heuer Autavia Jack Heuer Calibre 02
    16 points
  32. LONGINES (Heritage) Conquest, cal.L633 25 Jewels & ORIS (Artelier 7582 ), cal.623 (ETA 2859) & on the wrists..
    16 points
  33. Today's pick, one of Parnis' stunning original designs. I mean, what self respecting Swiss maker would use a lightning bolt second hand! ..
    16 points
  34. Good morning late up today. TC-9 Bronze for today's foray into the void.
    16 points
  35. On a Nato today, happy Friday everyone!
    16 points
  36. On the BHI course I was on the instructor raved about Bremont watches. I had no experience of them, but took the plunge on this The anthricite dial is excellent. My only bugbear is the lume pip on the second hand should be a few mm higher, between 12 and the top of the Bremont logo. Runs okay too
    16 points
  37. Morning, Today my freckled 36mm Nivrel, a 1936-registered sub-brand of Marvin and driven by a variant of the 17j AS 1188. This one probably dates from around 1950. Marvin themselves lasted from about 1850 until the 1970s but the dormant “Nivrel” name was resurrected in 1993 by Gerd Hofer GmbH of Germany whose versions bear the legend “since 1936”. Some of these modern examples can be yours for over £40k and are, needless to say, unrelated to the vintage brand. Regards.
    16 points
  38. Morning, Today I’m going with this DOXA auto from 1960, driven by their 17j Cal. 115 derived from an ETA 2451. Despite being rather fond of vintage (pre-Sub) DOXA watches, I don’t recall having seen another one with this almost deco-ish style of numerals and batons on the dial. The brand was popular in Poland and other Iron Curtain countries, with the Swiss makers seemingly having contrived some sort of trade deal with the communist authorities. However, this one was bought from sunny Portugal a few years ago. Regards.
    15 points
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