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  1. In normal times, and for trips in the UK, I take my garmin for running, although that’s been off the agenda since January. I take my seamaster for everyday wear including the beach, bodyboarding in the sea with junior and evenings out. It does have sentimental value but is insured. I then usually take the 5610 Gshock for any dangerous activities I may partake in. For trips abroad I’d take the 5610 or the old beater gshock glide.
  2. Welcome back to the madhouse. Glad you’re feeling a bit better.
  3. Beautiful watch and where would you get another in such good condition. I’d see if silver hawk can service it, get it serviced and keep it.
  4. I’ve pulled the collection from its hiding place and dug out a KGB Vostok manual wind for this afternoon.
  5. 2grand . They’re having a “tin bath” surely. Not for me I’m afraid. I don’t need mario on my smart watch, just heart rate, pace, time, distance and gps for me thanks. Looks a pure gimmick trying to cash in on the resurgence of Super Mario and I just don’t get it
  6. The wobbly crown is a “feature” of these watches and initially quite disconcerting. There is a post that explains the technical reason for it but I’m being too lazy to find it It looks great, enjoy it
  7. They both look great. For me the choice would be the Explorer. Having seen one in the flesh they’re a beautiful watch with a clean and clear dial. Plus I’m not a cyclops fan. However, If you need a date go for the DJ. I doubt you’ll be disappointed either way. Enjoy your choice
  8. My 20yr old gshock has had bull bars from new and they really do save the watch from a lot. It’s had a very hard life and still remains legible. Mine were originally coated black but that’s long gone. I’ve never tried em on my 5610 though
  9. I quite like the design, especially the two tone dial. It did immediately remind me of the shell scene in finding dory, but probably as my lil un had us watching it the other day
  10. Found my pin badge in my spares box
  11. That’s a very nice acquisition. They could leave the engraving off of the rehaut for my tastes, but beautiful none the less. Enjoy
  12. That’s a great find well done
  13. I like all 3 of those and would struggle to choose which to wear. I’ve yet to try a bronze watch. Maybe time to take a look
  14. The blue or green are a maybe for me, but probably not on the bracelet. A dark leather or nato strap would look better and stop it looking too blingy.
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