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Wednesday Wonders 03.04.19


Cassie-O
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My 1947 Hamilton, with a beautiful 987A movement, this came to me with a broken main spring, I managed to find a NOS mainspring on Ebay in the states, still in its original (unopened) paper bag from 1952! Was going to do the swap myself but chickened out! I got a local chap to do it and it doesn't miss a beat, for a 72 year old watch it does pretty well. It is a tad on the small side and people always think its a ladies watch but I like to set them straight.

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My lovely old moggy inspecting my Seiko. 

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6 hours ago, Graham60 said:

Morning:)

Jobs at work today make it is a hazardous for a watch day :laugh:, so going with Kahuna Diver Style (my cheap and cheerful beater watch) today, as you can see from the bezel, it's been in the wars at work already.

Kahuna Diver Style KUS-0129G

 

I see your scratches and raise you mine. Fine taste sir, my Kahuna work watch is now on ready for late shift. 

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4 hours ago, Allthingsmustpass said:

I see your scratches and raise you mine. Fine taste sir, my Kahuna work watch is now on ready for late shift. 

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The bezel is about the only complaint I have about the newer Kahunas, it's a lot easier to see scrapes on the finish, my older K2 had a plain metal bezel and it still looks like the day I got it. But considering the price and the fact it can take a beating and keep on working then it's only a minor complaint. :)

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Typed reply within quote box, just correcting that.
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After receiving good news from my hospital visit this morning decided to celebrate by taking the VFR out for a spin this afternoon. Glad to report that the vibrations did not destroy my TC-9. [emoji3] Also managed to dodge all the hail and showers as well.



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Sent from my HUAWEI VNS-L31 using Tapatalk

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