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Jet Jetski

Thursday - we can do it! But WRUW?

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Pierce Cal 130 Mono-pusher - 1938 I think going off the baguette pusher.  Not everyone will service them, because there's a bit in the friction system, that runs the chrono seconds hand, that's made out of Pacific Weevil Silk, or something  Mine is still going, so fingers crossed.

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Vintage watch strap by vintagewatchstraps. 16mm RAF style NATO (no loop) - 2 leather keepers, one fixed, one floating.

Enjoy your watches, I will!

JJ

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Morning,

T'will be this 36.75mm Timex Dynabeat today. Probably early to mid ‘70s and with their M254 movement running at 28,800bph.

Regards.

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1 hour ago, Tazmo61 said:

This morning i'm wearing a vintage Vitessa with a very nice linen dial (Parrenin Cal Z170 17 jewels ) 

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Never ever heard of that movement before,have you got a pic? Lovely watch.

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Starting off with the blues...

CITIZEN BN0151-L Eco-DRIVE, cal.E163

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&

PROXIMA SM,SBBNO17, SEIKO cal.NH35A24 Jewels

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Hopefully the Sun will make an appearance later :biggrin:

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More Swissonic goodness today for me, this Talis ESA9158...

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This was my first Swissonic adventure and led to a further three more to date......

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4 hours ago, scottswatches said:

This old thing :whistle:

2000 patek Philippe 5054

Like @Karrusel s watch this has an officer case, which is a feature I love

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I love my job!

That is serious horological goodness Scott!:wub:

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16 minutes ago, kanab22 said:

Seiko SQ for my office work

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I do like hexagonal.... Yours is the 8223-5040 variation from about 1981/2?

I have one the same and a pair of 7123-534A's from the same period....

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Sadly all three would benefit from new crystals, which are not easy to find at a reasonable price.:(...

 

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12 hours ago, Jet Jetski said:

Pierce Cal 130 Mono-pusher - 1938 I think going off the baguette pusher. 

 

I prefer toasted sandwiches :laugh:

 

Eterna Galaxis today :thumbsup:

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18 minutes ago, John_D said:

I do like hexagonal.... Yours is the 8223-5040 variation from about 1981/2?

I have one the same and a pair of 7123-534A's from the same period....

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Sadly all three would benefit from new crystals, which are not easy to find at a reasonable price.:(...

 

That's very interesting. You know your vintage Seikos. I won it on here in a competition. From the serial number I figured it was either made in 1990 or 1980. So 1980 it is. It also came with a bracelet but no arrows to show which way to push so haven't been able to resize. Would you be able to advise if I PM you a couple of photos? Your watches are great btw.

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