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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Over the last fortnight nearly, I've have worn the same watch while 'remodelling' the kitchen (apart from one night off).
Throughout this project this has been my only friend and helper.
It has been subject to the vibrations of power-tools, dust and grime, and has been immersed in cruddy water.
And after all that it's in better shape than I am!

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NavB Chrono for this evening! Just set the watch for an outing, but it wasn't til after I loaded the pic that I realized I set the day wrong :? (I had Monday off :lol: )

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the "g" is for Greg...
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sticking with this one again today!
(w/ day-date corrected!)

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Vintage today.

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Vintage for me too :D

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Long live the f300's
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More bloody temptation! :shock:

Is it as beautiful in the metal?
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It's hard to take this one off, but probably I will tomorrow.

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andyg wrote:
gwells wrote:Image
More bloody temptation! :shock:

Is it as beautiful in the metal?
yes. very subtly, but very much so.
the "g" is for Greg...
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Speedbird Friday :D

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Giving this one some wrist time today, not worn it for a while.

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malvern_man wrote:Giving this one some wrist time today, not worn it for a while.

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A bit of a chunky beast, but I kinda like it!
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