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Oyster Perpetual Date from 1960 and hairdryer from 2016

Morning...   ALPINIST Cal: 6R15, 23 jewel.

Omega SMP today.

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Morning,

Today it’ll be this 34.5mm Normandia, re-awakened after its annual snooze.

Maker unrecorded in Mikrolisk, but it sounds French, was bought from France, and runs on a seldom-seen French 17j Lorsa 651. So taking a wild guess, I’d say this one was made in France. Probably.

Regards.

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2 hours ago, Karrusel said:

Morning...

 

ALPINIST

Cal: 6R15, 23 jewel.

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Such a beautiful watch when it is taken off that hideous leather strap that Seiko put it on. A watch with a dial, and hands to die for!

I know the 6R15 movement gets quite a bit of bad press, but I have five or so watches with that movement and found it a pretty solid.

Thanks for sharing :thumbsup:

34 minutes ago, Balaton1109 said:

Morning,

Today it’ll be this 34.5mm Normandia, re-awakened after its annual snooze.

Maker unrecorded in Mikrolisk, but it sounds French, was bought from France, and runs on a seldom-seen French 17j Lorsa 651. So taking a wild guess, I’d say this one was made in France. Probably.

Regards.

Normandia 2019 v.3.jpg

Normandia Lorsa 651 after v.3.jpg

I can always rely on you to show me a watch I have never heard of.

Thanks for sharing.

14 minutes ago, rolexgirl said:

Oyster Perpetual Date from 1960 and hairdryer from 2016

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I have a soft spot for old Rolex watches from the 1960's...

and modern hairdryers :biggrin:

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Swapped the BM for the OM. Day 3 of 5 in the Calibration Lab. Love a Monster :thumbsup:

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1 hour ago, Graham60 said:

Morning :)

Just back from weekly shop to ASDA, nice bright morning, wearing Orient 'Neo 70's Panda' Solar Chrono WV0041TX (Cal: Seiko V175) today.

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4 hours ago, kanab22 said:

A bug-eyed Accurist for me today. Doing interviews tomorrow. How many candidates will "check out" my unusual looking watch and should I give them extra marks if they do? :whistle:

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You are fortunate to be hiring.

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