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  1. 35 points
  2. just bought this from a good friend,it comes as a full set and is just back from a rolex service.its a 2007 model 16610.im really chuffed with it.
    32 points
  3. After flipping a couple recently, I’d seen this in a Jewellers in St Helier so picked up today. Discounted (old model) plus VAT free so nearly 40 percent off rrp just couldn’t resist. 41 mm wears just right on my smallish wrists. Very happy with today’s shopping trip!
    29 points
  4. Good morning to all from rainy Jersey. Have good weekend, if you can!
    29 points
  5. Morning Junghans 'Meister Telemeter' {Cal: J880.3 (ETA 2892 – Dubois Depraz 2030)}
    29 points
  6. Afternoon all. I received this little beauty today...love it! Its 5 years old, a Rolex Sub (no date) 114060. This year ...I was 60 in January...Ive been planning on retiring at 60,,,,for what seems like ages! For my 60th, in January...i "treated" myself to a lovely Tag Heuer Monaco...I got it in a new years sales...so saved a couple of bob.! I did have one before...but stupidly...yeah ! Flipped it...So.. as it was my 60th in January, inbetween, Last Christmas and new years...I spotted it in a sale...so snapped it up! The only trouble was? Id "planned"! on treating myself
    29 points
  7. Morning all, early start tomorrow one day in the office .. so still up lol have a good day if you can
    28 points
  8. This one for me this morning, it was an amazing dawn here today, worth getting up for.
    27 points
  9. Seen this in the sale and really liked it. Silver sunburst dial with rose gold, with a Sellita movement. Decent strap but will be looking for a fine mesh to replace it. really pleased with it. Richy
    27 points
  10. 27 points
  11. Morning all, On the Seiko today. Have a good one.
    27 points
  12. Delighted to have secured this Rotherham & Sons, Spon Lane, Coventry, stem wind, pin set, open faced pocket watch. Sterling silver hallmarked Birmingham 1892. The albert & fob was also picked up recently at an provincial auction house, like the PW for very little money. The fob carries the Coventry coat of arms, first granted in 1345 by King Edward III. The strength of an elephant, strong enough to carry a castle. So far running beautifly! Thanks for looking.
    27 points
  13. Just wanted to say a massive thank you to @scottswatches for his generous gesture recently. In another thread I showed a few watches from Ruthie's father who had sadly passed away, and Scott offered to help out with cleaning them up. The Ingersoll was watch head only, and a bit scratched, so he fitted a brand new leather strap and polished the crystal: The blue Seiko 5 was also scratched, but the crystal is glass so Scott fitted a new one, and cleaned up the bracelet: He wouldn't accept any payment for these, so I will make a donation to @Roy instead. Both watches are runnin
    26 points
  14. This one for me today, The 1994 Lillehammer Olympics special for the Swiss team, the limited edition Omega Olympia ...
    26 points
  15. Roll on spring I say.....
    26 points
  16. Morning... Circa 1970 HELVETIA. Cal: H861 (ETA 2522R), 25 jewel.
    26 points
  17. "Black & Grey" today, By the way I love matching LoL...
    26 points
  18. Morning... 1950's SILVANA triple-date. Cal: AS1290, 17 jewel.
    26 points
  19. Morning Rado 'Captain Cook' {Cal: C07.611(Base ETA 2824-2)}
    26 points
  20. Morning Smiths Everest 'Expedition' PRS-25W (Cal: Miyota 9039)
    26 points
  21. Awesome dive this morning, expect that I collected (during the dive) to many surgical masks and disposal gloves...
    26 points
  22. Morning Orient Bambino 2nd Gen.Ver 1 (Cal: F6724) 'Padi' ?
    26 points
  23. Wearing this for the morning after moving it onto my favourite strap yesterday. '64 / '64 Poljot 3017 column wheel chronograph. HAGD
    25 points
  24. 262 on bracelet today
    25 points
  25. Morning Seiko 'Presage' SARY055 (Cal: 4R36)
    25 points
  26. It's Zero degrees out there again this morning! What happened to spring I want to know. In the meantime I shall strap this to my wrist again today.......
    25 points
  27. This one for me today on this damp and chilly morning.
    25 points
  28. A bit of (expensive) fun today...
    25 points
  29. 25 points
  30. Morning Still wearing newbie that arrived on Sunday today, Longines Conquest L3.776.4.99.6 (Cal L888)
    25 points
  31. Dug this out of the bottom of the pile this morning. Not worn it for a very long time as my wrists were too large for the bracelet (boxes were left in UK when I came here): Omega and Rolex missed a trick when Zenith decided to sponsor the Red Bull jump when Felix Baumgartner decided to jump from the edge of space. He was wearing this model during the experiment. Omega could have milked the space theme even further but perhaps they were scared of the experiment going wrong.
    25 points
  32. ...for me anyway! Like most of us viewing, purchasing timepieces has certainly been problematic under current restrictions. For one who likes seeing, handling watches in the flesh, conversing with dealers/sellers, I had pretty much put my foraging on hold. Even discussions regarding new (modern) pieces are currently suspended until viewing access is permitted. However, a particular timepiece piqued my interest. It was being offered by a charming young man who was doing some dealing to fund his way through watchmaking school. After some pleasant exchanges, along
    25 points
  33. Morning Smiths Saturday for me, Smiths 'Everest' PRS-25 (Cal: Miyota 9039)
    24 points
  34. Good morning all [emoji41] This for today's trip to Patpong market. [emoji16]
    24 points
  35. Longines Conquest VHP. 43mm with black ceramic bezel.
    24 points
  36. Morning... 1958 DOXA. Cal: 98, 17 jewel.
    24 points
  37. Iconic Saturday Steve McQueen Monaco for me today have a great Saturday everbody
    24 points
  38. Vintage Omega Dynamic Bullseye automatic circa 1969
    24 points
  39. Omega Speedmaster 50th anniversary Finally getting to wear this again; not seen it since September 2018. Friend kindly brought it with her along with all my watch boxes. Amazing timepiece and an even more impressive hand finished wooden box which weighs around 5kg. The toolkit is handy and the screwdriver is torqued so its impossible to overtighten the screws in the bracelet. Being manual wind it makes you interact with the watch instead of letting an automatic look after itself on a winder.
    24 points
  40. This one today. Stay safe people.
    24 points
  41. Morning... 1966 OMEGA De Ville automatic. Cal: 711, 24 jewel.
    24 points
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