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My lovely new to me (old)Timex military sprite


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Well the newest addition arrived this morning , couldn't be more pleased with it , the condition is exceptional , sure it must have had some renovations to be this good , and at a fair price of £55 all in , was it any of you guys I bought it of trading on ebay?

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Not able to post pics just yet

 

The only bug bear is the strap is too small , doesn't even touch ends round my wrist , it's lovely little black leather one with a Timex logo'd buckle , have ordered an extra long leather strap to replace it but I'm thinking it might be more suited to a NATO strap

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Mine has a date window but yes pretty much that's it

31 minutes ago, WRENCH said:

Is it like this ?

timex_military_sprite_vintage__159728295

Incedentally, there is no reason why you shouldn't be able to post pics on the forum. If you need any help, "shout". :thumbsup: I thought I had place 50 meaningful posts before I could add photo's , i don't have a cloud or a proprietary media handler , am a bit of a Luddite and not very tech savvy 

 

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27 minutes ago, WRENCH said:

Is it like this ?

timex_military_sprite_vintage__159728295

Incedentally, there is no reason why you shouldn't be able to post pics on the forum. If you need any help, "shout". :thumbsup:

WRENCH, can you only post pics through the likes of Flikr? At what point can you become a member who can just cut n paste in pics?

Thanks

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1 hour ago, Dilly said:

WRENCH, can you only post pics through the likes of Flikr? At what point can you become a member who can just cut n paste in pics?

Thanks

It's worth spending a whole £5 and using the forum gallery for simplicity. :yes: I'm not aware of any restrictions that should be stopping you from being able to copy and paste. I have noticed from my own experience that, possibly due to updates on my system, that I have to use a different method for pasting pictures on my posts. This involves saving the picture to bookmarks, then copy and paste from there.

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