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Oh, is it sunny outside? I wouldn't know as I haven't left the house for four days thanks to press deadlines. TFIF :boxing:

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I`m moving into the dark....

SEIKO SNZJ67K1 cal. 7S36C 23 Jewels & BULOVA 98A186 SPECIAL EDITION LUNAR PILOT CHRONOGRAPH

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It is indeed almost oppressively warm  --  but I'll take it over a blizzard.

Stowa Flieger Klassik today . . .

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8 hours ago, Karrusel said:

 

Added the 50's Soviet mechanical Grammometer as a twist on the usual picture composition.

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A new one on me I had to google to find out what it was used for
 

Every day is a school day
 

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LV today nice gentle breeze off the sea, looked a bit choppy for those little fishing boats.

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G Shock Frogman ICERC 25th Anniversary and Rolex SD4000 today.

Eid Mubarak to anyone celebrating today.

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My last post...

PARNIS Militare 51 Chronograph (Japanese [Miyota] quartz movement)  

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PARNIS Militare 60 Chronograph (Japanese [Miyota] quartz movement)  

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43 minutes ago, BondandBigM said:

I had to google to find out what it was used for...

 

 

I was thinking, when posting, knowing your engineering background, 'bet the Sultan will know what this is used for' :hmmm9uh:

I had a strong suspicion as to what this was & it's purpose, when first viewing it, as a colleague has a G.E.C. Coventry made one.

Similar to this one...

ANTIQUE ENGLAND TOOL General Electric Co With Scale In Grams ...

His father worked with his example at G.E.C. when testing electrical contacts on Spitfire assembly during WW11.

 

An interesting (fully functioning) bauble with box & papers, for a few pounds.

As you say, "every day is a school day"....for me too!

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16 hours ago, Matthew999 said:

Dawn Grey turtle for me today :thumbsup:

Not worn it in a few months.

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Sublime watch and photo :notworthy:

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