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First up for me we have...

 

 

  ALMIRANTE Navegante (CrepasTactico Group, Spain) SEIKO Cal. NH38A, 24 Jewels & Eichmüller  7930-03, Miyota cal.8215 21 Jewels

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Btw, I would like to reassure everyone that despite the  way things look in the photos, I am NOT a product of an experiment in genetic engineering that went horribly wrong :swoon: :laugh:
 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, PC-Magician said:

Steinhart Ocean Vintage GMT

 

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Very nice ,Jon . Probably the only Steinhart I'd buy .:thumbsup:

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3 hours ago, Ullevi said:

Sea-Gull chronograph today:

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38mm or 42mm? What is your wrist size please. I had one (42mm) found it too large. I'm wondering about repurchasing a 38mm, however I have 8" wrists. Ahhhhhhhhh. Only been thinking about this for three weeks. 

Changed into this. It's my chill out watch Casio B650. It's a F-91w for the larger gentleman.5ddf77f3b132945220e760fda32dea51.jpg

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Time for a change...

 

 

Pure Mecanique  MARINEs, (Roman),Seagull Cal. 3600 17 Jewels (& Arabic), SEIKO Cal.NH35 24 Jewels 

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Plus this pair in my pockets.. 

SERVICES STOP WATCH MADE IN GT. BRITAIN  (at The Gurnos Works, Ystradgynlais Wales) circa 1960s

& SERVICES,  FOREIGN (made by UMF, GDR), Model 87 2984, #83 movement  circa early/mid 1970s.

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1 hour ago, weaselid said:

38mm or 42mm? What is your wrist size please. I had one (42mm) found it too large. I'm wondering about repurchasing a 38mm, however I have 8" wrists. Ahhhhhhhhh. Only been thinking about this for three weeks. 


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Hi, this one is the 37.5mm case with sapphire glass. My wrist size is 7 3/4 inches. HTH

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A quick swap now...

 

 

SEIKO SNZJ67K1 cal. 7S36C 23 Jewels & BULOVA 98A186   Special Edition Lunar Pilot Chronograph

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7 hours ago, Nigelp said:

Happy Easter. f7af832c366c15cd00de27ad9224af6e.jpg

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Love this bracelet to death!

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Over to these for the rest of the evening...

 

PARNIS Militare 51 & 60 Chronographs (Japanese [Miyota] quartz movements)  

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9 hours ago, rafy1 said:

Trying a new blue  navy beaver tail strap for my K1 ;)

 

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rafy1, you have many superb straps, (and watches, let me add).

 

 

 

 Where do do buy them?

 

 

 

 

Steve.

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