Non CW of the Day

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Another rainy day :(

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Grande Lune today.

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Like this one a lot, Bjorn. What's the diameter on it? Wondering if the large expansive white and minimalist dial make it appear bigger than it is.
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I'm thinking this was an inspired holiday beater buy. I can put It on and not worry about what we're doing or where we're going because it's up to anything I throw at it :)

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It'sAliveJim wrote:I'm thinking this was an inspired holiday beater buy. I can put It on and not worry about what we're doing or where we're going because it's up to anything I throw at it :)

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A good choice for sure Jim.

I looked over the Jumbo Marathon a while back and may well get one some day. It really is a statement watch.

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Been wearing this for a few days now and absolutely love it. Despite the busy dial, it is incredibly easy to read, she has good 'heft' and is tough enough not to have to worry about her!

At the Ball pricepoint, the quality is superb. Far better than B&R in my humble opinion. (B&R are the closest competition for Ball I think)

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First day back at work so it has to be my 'Teacher of the Year Award' watch....


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This one today (old pic) :D

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Today was a Mido day:

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Seiko Wednesday (uuh, Seiko doesn't rhyme with Wednesday :? :D )

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Absolutely gorgeous watch Bjorn, one of my top 3 watches on this forum

Bjorn,s - Jaeger lecoultre master control grande ultra thin.
Downers - zenith El-primero 36,000 vph
& Stefs - Omega Speedmaster.

All very cool :cuinlove: although I could list 50 others that I would also like to own from this forum :lol:
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:thumbup: Superior to my blue one, I think.
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