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  1. The dark blue would be my choice, and I know the quality is great for the price as I own a Steeldive Willard. I've never liked the Doxa bracelets, and these obviusly wont be as good, but it'll straight on a silicone or nato if I get one.
  2. I've looked and looked at photos of these and just didn't get it, until I saw one in the flesh at Christopher George in Cardiff the other Saturday. Simply stunning!
  3. Bear in mind that the dial feet holes in the outer ring of the movement will also be in a different position if you use a 3 oclock movement in a 4 oclock case or vice versa.
  4. I'm glad they didn't release a turtle version, my bank balance couldn't take it. I saw them in Christopher George in Cardiff on Saturday, and the 'tuna' was the pick of the bunch otherwise for me.
  5. Everyone needs a g-shock, the casioaks are g-shocks for people who dont like g-shocks.....yet
  6. Definitely something wrong there, hope you get your refund.
  7. Truly superb, but above my pay grade unfortunately.
  8. I haven't no, but on the subject of exhibition casebacks I wish Seiko would bin them and use the money on the bracelets instead. Solid instead of folded links on the 5's, and just better quality on the Alpinists etc.
  9. This watch and an adult pair of jelly shoes to match would be a fine display of sartorial elegance....on second thoughts, perhaps not
  10. Very nice Chas, the g-shock for people who don't want a g-shock if you know what I mean. I think I like all the colourways for this model, especially yours, but not the all red. The transparent one someone mentioned earlier is particularly cool.
  11. Sounds an enjoyable project. My manual wind version is indeed notably thinner than the autos, I do dislike the wobbly crown though, despite it being a part of Vostock 'character', it tries to screw itself back down if you try to wind with the watch on your wrist. As an aside, you may get your £20's back selling the surplus auto movements on fleabay.
  12. Probably less than 10k in total. I'd be looking along the lines of an sla043 or similar at around 4k, a quartz GS for dressier occasions, around 3k, and would probably splurge up to a grand on a fancy g-shock.
  13. If I could have an old 38mm quartz Colt Ocean then Breitling please.
  14. I've stared at your photo but can't see a problem?
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