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Christopher Ward C8 Flyer today:

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1 hour ago, Nick67+1 said:

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Looks like the watch equivalent of the T-34 tank :thumbs_up:

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"Fat Bob" overseeing the daily time check.

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25p bootsale Casio Wave Ceptor, world time radio controlled etc.

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Afternoon change over to this vintage Longines Admiral HF, cal 6942 circa 1974 :thumbsup:

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My latest purchase (pre-outbreak to be clear), and first COSC certified watch c9332384c4a1535c646ab0af596b67a5.jpg

Sent from my SM-G892U using Tapatalk

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21 minutes ago, WRENCH said:

"Fat Bob" overseeing the daily time check.

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25p bootsale Casio Wave Ceptor, world time radio controlled etc.

:laugh:I was expecting fat Boab, oor Wullie's mate.

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28 minutes ago, Turpinr said:

:laugh:I was expecting fat Boab, oor Wullie's mate.

OK.

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From back of the cabinet again...

 

1950's RADO.

Cal: AS 1187/94, 17 jewel, SS case.

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Seiko 7T32-6N40 from The Great Blue range. My pictures don't do it justice, it looks much better in real life.

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1 hour ago, WRENCH said:

OK.

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That's him.

I have a mate named Bob, a Scotsman, wears a bunnet and errrr a bit overweight.:hmmm9uh:

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1 hour ago, Karrusel said:

From back of the cabinet again...

 

1950's RADO.

Cal: AS 1187/94, 17 jewel, SS case.

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That deserves a cup.

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I`m still wearing this....

 

SMITHS PRS-29A,  ETA2801-2,  17 jewels

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But have changed the Broadarrow for this... 

HMT PILOT,Cal.020,17 JEWELS

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I keep looking down to admire my new 'root beer' GMT only to discover I have changed into this - a cheap Russian watch on which I practise my non-existent watch repair skills. One of the hands was slightly cracked, so I bought some old gold hands and replaced the lume that was flaking out with black stuff: and then decided they needed a bit of a polish  -  promptly took all the 'gold' off!  So here is my Zim with (mostly) silver hands!  I think I picked a good set of hands too! Maybe next time I take it to pieces I could spray them back ....   Anyway, it's in one piece now, and serviceable since I risked life and limb to de-magnetise it!

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Well, it's not Russian until you swapped some bits!

 

HAGD

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My last swaps...

 

PULSAR PJN29-X91 cal.V675-X063.

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NEWMARK 6BB CHRONOGRAPH,SEIKO cal. VK64, Meca Quartz

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