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Friday Watch Parade - Get Your Tickers Out!

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2 minutes ago, Roger the Dodger said:

Although I don't finish until next Tuesday, today is my official 'retiring from work' luncheon so we're all off somewhere nice (I hope!)...my guv'nor did explain that he'd found it almost impossible to book a table at Maccy D's...:laughing2dw:.

There can only be one watch in my collection for this momentous occasion, so I'll be wearing the GMT. (3 days to go!  :thumbs_up:)

 

Rolex GMT

Rolex GMT

 

Congratulations, have a great day! 

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Up early, and wearing this new arrival

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2016 Seiko Astron.  Perpetual calendar until 2100, GPS time setting to ensure accuracy of 1 second per 100,000 years (according to Seiko, don't come back to me after 8,000 years and say it is 2 seconds out!).  The case is large, but rose gold coated titanium so light and comfortable

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3 minutes ago, Igerswis said:

 


Time to sling it soon and get a replacement ;)

 

It is becoming a chore now 'having' to wear it mate...:laugh: 

No to be honest, I will never sell it. It's my grail watch. For me personally, it is perfection. :wub:

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55 minutes ago, tyrannes said:

Some lovely watches being worn today.

And the odd bruiser, still on from yesterday :teethsmile: 

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(Actually, the tail of the strap has a notch that engages with the floating keeper, and now I have it on, I cannot actually get it off!  Talk about a watch that grabs you ....)

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p.s. Nigelp kindly sent me a decent shirt (jk)!

Have a great day!

 

15 minutes ago, MrF-UK82 said:

This old thing... again...

I like wearing different watches - I enjoy having a collection - but if I had to sell them all and keep only one I wouldn't - I'd sell them all and buy a Speedy! (Don't let my Strela hear that :whistle:)

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11 minutes ago, Highland Laddie said:

:man-shrugging:

Hm, I don't have the option of adding an image from existing file anymore, only from URL. Anyone else have this issue?

Same hear although I did just upload to the gallery?

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12 minutes ago, Highland Laddie said:

Ditto.. Uploaded and wanted to post. Anyone advise if it may be because the yearly subscription has expired?

There's a thread here about it.  Apparently you can just Copy/Paste images from the Gallery as a workaround.

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Have a great Friday watch fans, my vintage Omega Seamasters automatic circa 1984 this morning :)

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49 minutes ago, Highland Laddie said:

Anyone else have this issue?

lot's - there was a thread yesterday I think by Jaydeep about it

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Good morning everyone, giving this 1970s Omega Geneve, calibre 1030, a turn today. :)

Omega, calibre 1030, circa 1972.

 

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Ooh the copy and paste worked! Feel I've ruined the 'Can't decide which to wear' joke now :teethsmile:
10 minutes ago, Jet Jetski said:

lot's - there was a thread yesterday I think by Jaydeep about it

Thanks.. All sorted now

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Stowa (Baumuster A of course) . . .

 

It's a sobering thought that a device this simple and elegant was actually designed solely to aid destruction and slaughter :hmmm9uh:

 

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