Non CW of the Day

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Just clearing up after an 'At Home' with the constant sense of being watched.
You know that feeling, that someone is looking over your shoulder?
Then I found out.......


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It was BIG BROTHER watching! Oh well, any port in a storm!
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Precista PRS-82 today for me.

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This little beauty today

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Nothing special for me today...still like it a lot though :)
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the "g" is for Greg...
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Been wearing my Speedy today, having put it back on the bracelet a couple of weeks ago..

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I decided to remove another link from the bracelet, and whilst storing the spare link in the box, I was reminded how the packaging blew me away when I purchased this watch...

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I know it should be about the watch, and the horology, but that's me: Shallow. :lol:
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Now that's a Watch box !!! :)

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It is splendid!
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Omega really do some nice boxes for some of their top end and limited edition models but that has to be one of the best. I saw the Omega Bullhead the other day and that comes in a large zip round case, nice, but not in the same league as that.

Also, those two Junghans are both stunning fellas.
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downer wrote:Been wearing my Speedy today, having put it back on the bracelet a couple of weeks ago..

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I decided to remove another link from the bracelet, and whilst storing the spare link in the box, I was reminded how the packaging blew me away when I purchased this watch...

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I know it should be about the watch, and the horology, but that's me: Shallow. :lol:
Wow that is cool! What is different about the 50th anniversary speedy, i see some numbers on the dial, is that the limited edition numbers?
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watchstudent wrote:
Wow that is cool! What is different about the 50th anniversary speedy, i see some numbers on the dial, is that the limited edition numbers?
Take a look here..

The main differences:

Enamel dial
Manual winding, hacking, co-axial chronometer movement (3201)
Sapphire front/back
LE of 1957, number on dial, rather than caseback
100M WR
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downer wrote:
watchstudent wrote:
Wow that is cool! What is different about the 50th anniversary speedy, i see some numbers on the dial, is that the limited edition numbers?
Take a look here..

The main differences:

Enamel dial
Manual winding, hacking, co-axial chronometer movement (3201)
Sapphire front/back
LE of 1957, number on dial, rather than caseback
100M WR
Crikey Downer! You don't really do plain and simple good watches do you?! They are all fairly spectacular it seems to me :shock:
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watchstudent wrote:
Crikey Downer! You don't really do plain and simple good watches do you?! They are all fairly spectacular it seems to me :shock:
Cheers WS. I have been lucky to find a few limited edition versions in good value deals, and I'm fortunate to have a wife who is quite happy to tolerate my strange affliction. In fact, I just mentioned another incoming, and barely an eyebrow was raised. :)
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