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  1. ..am I the only one that's having problems working out 24 + 20 = 45
  2. Here you go: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Messerschmitt-262-Red-3H262-RBM-Milanese-Leather/dp/B07DNGW87S/ref=sr_1_11?keywords=messerschmitt+watch+262&qid=1559809595&s=gateway&sr=8-11 2 wristing then?
  3. TBH when I buy a "Swiss Made" watch these days I don't care how much of it is Swiss in origin or how far back up the assembly chain you can trace it's Swissness. I buy it on the assumption that it meets the criteria that the Swiss have laid down, basically to protect their domestic business interests - X amount of money has to be put into their own coffers and supporting their skill base - and crucially that it meets said Swiss firms standards of quality control. Nothing intrinsically wrong with using Chinese parts, they are perfectly capable of making quality products, it's just nice to have that backed up with a company that has taken some time and effort making sure they can trust that part of their product enough to put their name and reputation behind it. Like paying top dollar for an iPhone which are all made in China but backed up by Apple's standards and reputation and that's what people pay for.
  4. Sounds to me like the feeling when that clutch kicks in when it is fully wound. If you are wearing it daily it shouldn't really need hand winding, the "random" nature of when it happens would just be how close to fully wound it is when you started. Basically when you feel it do that, it doesn't need winding any more, and if it does it more or less straight away you didn't need to be winding it in the first place.
  5. Thought long & hard and while the idea of a tuner of small Italian cars may not be terribly relevant on your side of the pond, and you'll probably be put off by the semi - skeletonised hands, what every collection needs is a watch with a scorpion on it.
  6. And it'll tell people walking past the time whether they want to know or not
  7. Latest arrival. Big silly Avi-8 dambusters today:
  8. Company called Daniel Wellington do a range which are pretty much all this design: .... Runs away dodging missiles thrown by horrified WIS !!!! smidge over budget new though.
  9. Got the Harrier out today: Nice pic, nearly had me swapping mine on
  10. Same as everyone bar that @JayDeep here (had this issue before though and worked out he's a vampire. If you're a vampire then eco drive is not a good choice), got a few, never given any bother, the light they get from the odd peep out from under a wrist seems to be plenty. don't put them away in the dark when you're not using them and you'll be fine. Even my 14 year old son has one with no problems and he never goes outside, or opens his curtains in case the light reflects off his screens My cheapest one has a power meter too:
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