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I know it's only a week since I last wore this, but I had to put it on again...it was crying out to me...:laughing2dw:

The fabulous Seiko blue wave 'Sawtooth' (SHC057), 7N36-0FA0

Seiko Sawtooth

Seiko Sawtooth

Seiko Sawtooth

Seiko Sawtooth

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I hardly ever wear this because I like more contrast, but it's a nice bit of jewellery.  Squale were renowned dive-watch case makers, but also offered watches, this was probably around 1995 and Squale are one of the few makers I would trust to make a 200m chrono.

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The chrono seconds and minutes hands are on the centre post.

Some nice engine turning on the dial, couple of desk-diving scars on the buckle but otherwise in great shape.

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I don't think current Squale watches are connected with the original factories, but happy to be proved wrong.

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HAGD

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It gotta be the New to me Seagull 1963 for me today:thumbsup:. Image from yesterday as I can’t get a better one on this dull morning. HAGD

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I recently bought the black and red version of this one, so thought I would see how it compares:

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Difficult to pick which one I like best - Lucky for me, I don't have to choose between the two :laughing2dw:

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Hey look a watch in a car. My watch, not my car.

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Fleet Manager head on, and this one has been sat in our compound for months so I’m just running the engine before it goes back tomorrow. 

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Morning all, back on with this chunky monkey.. very heavy but love it 

the lume is on the numbers and hands as normal .. but also on the inner bezel ! Crazy 

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Morning,

Today it’ll be another one from my watchmaker’s box of dead things, this 1950s Rotary which he resurrected and lobbed my way.

You’re never quite sure what you’ll find inside an old Rotary, but in this one it’s a 17j Peseux 355.

Regards.

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Well the Black Monster from yesterday is safely tucked up in its/his/her watch box, and has been replaced by this beauty which arrived yesterday ......

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Casio G-Shock GST-B200D-1AER and it's every bit as good as Davey P says it is :yahoo:

 

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2 minutes ago, Hayballs said:

Casio G-Shock GST-B200D-1AER and it's every bit as good as Davey P says it is :yahoo:

See, I keep telling people I'm not just a pretty face - But nobody believes me... :whistle:

It is a beauty mate, and I'm glad you like it.  Now go and have a look at the 22 page user guide (or alternatively, do what I do, and just use it to tell the time!) :laughing2dw:

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30 minutes ago, andyclient said:

Another vintage Seiko for a change 

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Rather stunning indeed sir :yes:

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2 minutes ago, Davey P said:

See, I keep telling people I'm not just a pretty face - But nobody believes me... :whistle:

It is a beauty mate, and I'm glad you like it.  Now go and have a look at the 22 page user guide (or alternatively, do what I do, and just use it to tell the time!) :laughing2dw:

Interestingly, the first thing I had to do was change the City from Tokyo to London. Watch sync'd beautifully, took a couple of links out of the bracelet and is just so easy on the wrist. :thumbsup:

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Just now, Hayballs said:

Interestingly, the first thing I had to do was change the City from Tokyo to London. Watch sync'd beautifully, took a couple of links out of the bracelet and is just so easy on the wrist. :thumbsup:

That's exactly what I did when mine first arrived.  Oh, and tested the backlight, obviously.  Then downloaded the Casio App, and quickly realised that was useless, so I deleted it from my phone straight away :laughing2dw:

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I`m starting off with something old...

Services AERIST ( "Plain [unlumed] Dial") FOREIGN MADE

 (by Oris Switzerland, cal.291 4 Jewels, circa late 1940s/early 1950s)

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& something new...

SMITHS PRS-36 GREAT BRITAIN (Peseux cal. 7040, 17 Jewels)

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As it was new out of the box yesterday, I suppose it would be unnatural were it not on my wrist today . . . .

 

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