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Smashing skirting boards off today amongst other things, so appropriate watch on the wrist today. 

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I accidentally bought myself another watch for my Birthday yesterday...oops! I love that there is a magnifier hidden in the recess of the date window.

50062024481_b2b77dd722_h.jpgChopard LUC GMT in the rain by dougal74, on Flickr

50062024451_94f557e0af_h.jpgChopard LUC GMT in the rain by dougal74, on Flickr

50061535348_bcf5a193eb_h.jpgLUC GMT 16/1867 by dougal74, on Flickr

50061535408_3bf637052e_h.jpgLUC GMT 16/1867 by dougal74, on Flickr

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5 hours ago, tick-tock-tittle-tattle said:

7T62-0HA0 today.

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Thanks @Sulie I am glad you like this one as much as I do, it is a rare one.

I have only ever seen one on sale on a Japanese auction site, I wonder how many are in the UK?, I can't imagine that there are that many.

I wonder if that 7T62 was the next incarnation of the earlier 7T32-7F70...

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My final pair of Romans for the day...

 

TISSOT  Le Locle  POWERMATIC 80, Cal. C07.111 23 Jewels ( ETA 2824-2 based) SWISS MADE

J.Springs NPEA003,  Cal. Y675C 21 Jewels. MADE IN JAPAN

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1 hour ago, Roger the Dodger said:

I wonder if that 7T62 was the next incarnation of the earlier 7T32-7F70...

I have seen a 7T32 that look like the design inspiration for this 7T62-0HA0, but to be very honest with I can not remember the code, but it has a blue bezel, yellow dial and blue sub dials.

I will see if I can find it and get back to you.

They made a grey bezel, but it just doesn't 'pop' like the yellow dial.

Maybe this one, but from memory I am sure I saw something closer...

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Thanks to pick click for the image. :biggrin:

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6 minutes ago, tick-tock-tittle-tattle said:

I have seen a 7T32 that look like the design inspiration for this 7T62-0HA0, but to be very honest with I can not remember the code, but it has a blue bezel, yellow dial and blue sub dials.

I will see if I can find it and get back to you.

They made a grey bezel, but it just doesn't 'pop' like the yellow dial.

The 7T32-7F70 was made in three versions...the yellow dial above with black subs, a blue dial with silver subs, which I also have, and a black dialled version.

The blue...

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3 minutes ago, Roger the Dodger said:

The 7T32-7F70 was made in three versions...the yellow dial above with black subs, a blue dial with silver subs, which I also have, and a black dialled version.

There is another, rare but you can get them... I will go and take a photograph...back in a minute :biggrin:

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@Roger the Dodger just ignore the 7T32 watches in the far left, there are two that are the same (blue with silver, bought one forgetting that I already owned one as a project) the silver grey with blue chapter ring and chrono hand is rare, I haven't seen another one like it.

The bracelet is slightly different and I think this is due to it being an early model (1999) most of my other 7T32-7C60's are from 2000 onwards.

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Sorry about the poor quality images. (Motorola phones have terrible cameras)

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