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Roger the Dodger

Thursday's treasures...

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Awesome Casio Edifice for me today:

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Morning :)

dull morning here, which needs brightening up.

Rotary 'Les Originales Legacy' (Cal: SW200-1)

Rotary 'Les Originales Legacy' (Cal SW200-1)

 

4 minutes ago, Cyclops930 said:

I am not buying any more watches. emoji17.png
 

I keep saying that too, but somebody always posts a link to another sale and another bargain, I wish they would stop it. :laughing2dw:

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Morning,

Today this Gigandet, a brand first registered by Charles Gigandet in 1963. This one wears much slimmer than its 7mm would suggest and runs on a 17j Peseux 330.

I’m trying to un-remember reading of an alleged connection with Breitling and Wakmann and am not remotely tempted to peek into any rabbit holes so labelled, no matter how enticing they may seem.

Regards.

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Morning all, finally getting a step closer to getting the house sorted after the floods in Feb lol .. so sorting out the ground floor

came across the box for my 007 !! Bracket and a solid end link bracelet as wel:clap:

back on the watch where it belongs :biggrin:

 

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Starting off with the twins...

 

ALMIRANTE Navegante (Crepas/Tactico Group, Spain) Seiko Cal. NH38A,  24 Jewels 

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Btw, the bracelet is aftermarket, the strap is the original supplied with these watches & if anyone is wondering why I have two of them it`s because one went missing soon after I bought it & despite a  search of the house it couldn`t be found. I eventually came to the conclusion it had somehow been accidentally thrown away & bought another, naturally the original turned up a few days later :rolleyes:

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Off to lunch with the ex wife and father in law prior to her moving to Scotland. We get on a lot better since we split. 

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Picked this up for a couple of quid in our local flea market.

Some kind of pseudo chronograph....the pushers stop and start the complete movement.

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Citizen 8110 bullhead automatic, no idea what day it is lol (Friday at a guess).

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I'm sure there must be a quick set for the day, and to bring up the english, but going for a service soon anyway.

HAGD

2 hours ago, mach 0.0013137 said:

naturally the original turned up a few days later

how very ...    "convenient"!  :laughing2dw:

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This 70s(?) ‘SuperSwiss’ for me this afternoon. 
 

And as much as it pains me, I haven’t changed the date, as it doesn’t have a quickset, and would rather not speed wind it through 20odd days. 
 

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Time for an afternoon change...

 

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

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

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