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Jet Jetski

WRUW Spring Bank Holiday Saturday 25th - I'm stressed.

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Spending the night at my folks' house, only brought 7 watches to choose from ...

At least they are all sturdy Russians, like this!

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I will have no idea what the time is all day :laugh:

If you hav good weather, make the most!

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1 hour ago, The Mystery Bidder said:

I'm going to the Ear, Nose and Throat clinic, after a wasp sting on my ear in September, I'm still having bother.   

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Hope all goes well :yes:

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Good morning everyone, going with this 9ct Longines, calibre 12.68z, from 1945 today. :)

9ct Longines, calibre 12.68Z, hallmarked 1945.

 

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1 hour ago, Jet Jetski said:

Like it on that strap.

thanks, its a hirsch lucca,not cheap but beautifully made.:)

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Omega today...SMP 2231.80.

Omega SMP

32 minutes ago, weaselid said:

My first 'limited edition' watch. There are 1969 of these in the world and I'm wearing number?????? No idea, they didnt number them.....bugger. Still, nice summer watch.

You should be able to determine the watch's number from the serial number. On Seiko's, the first two digits give the year and month, and the last four numbers are the watch's production run number. In this case it should range from 0001 (no. 1) - 1969 (no.1969).

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My only quartz watch gets a wear today as it looked a bit lonely in the box. Tag Heuer Aquaracer WAF1113 bought several years ago from a forum member and still going strong. 

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Same old, same old . . . .

 

Captain Moon Phase. 40mm s/s. Display back. Zenith Elite 691 automatic movement.

 

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My first 'limited edition' watch. There are 1969 of these in the world and I'm wearing number?????? No idea, they didnt number them.....bugger. Still, nice summer watch.d378fd9e32b434ac76940d8c4fa7c9e0.jpg

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Stunner that is

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Bargain, £28 1991 Pulsar alarm dual time chrono. Lovely blue dial. And look at that thick 'gold' logo. They were certainly proud to proclaim this a Pulsar 3 decades ago. Runs spot on does everything a 7t32 will do. With a bit of Breitling about it.

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2 hours ago, weaselid said:

My first 'limited edition' watch. There are 1969 of these in the world and I'm wearing number?????? No idea, they didnt number them.....bugger. Still, nice summer watch.d378fd9e32b434ac76940d8c4fa7c9e0.jpg

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I really want that one – lovely :)

I have to make do with this bling-tastic LE

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A couple of apeks to start with on this rather grey & overcast day.....

aPEKS AP040s-5, 1000m

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aPEKS AP0406, 500m

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