Non CW of the Day

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bspj wrote:
vikingdrvr wrote:^^^sweet trio there :thumbup:

Racetimer for me this afternoon as I prep to watch the F1 replay...

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smegwina wrote: I do like that Zenith though!
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Orient Lexington today

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Managed to prise the GMT off my wrist...

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downer wrote:Managed to prise the GMT off my wrist...

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A real chunk, but exceedingly comfortable on my wrist. The perfect case shape for me and a well made bracelet, as well as the heart of a Seiko, make it a winner in my eyes.

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Mr Rick wrote:A real chunk, but exceedingly comfortable on my wrist. The perfect case shape for me and a well made bracelet, as well as the heart of a Seiko, make it a winner in my eyes.

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That's one chunky monkey! :o :o
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tikkathree wrote:

That's one chunky monkey! :o :o
Yes, quite a departure from yesterdays CW Slimline. It's one of the things I like about having a diverse collection. :thumbup:
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Mr Rick wrote:A real chunk, but exceedingly comfortable on my wrist. The perfect case shape for me and a well made bracelet, as well as the heart of a Seiko, make it a winner in my eyes.

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Looks good, in a transformer-sort-of-way.
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New NATO straps.
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i have to vote "no" on both of those. not quite right.
the "g" is for Greg...
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gwells wrote:i have to vote "no" on both of those. not quite right.
I know Greg, I intend to use them for my other watches (bond for incoming Steinhart, might try it on blue C60 but don't think it will go well), still need to decide what goes on what. But the Mako was the only one on NATO, so real easy to slip in and test - need to use the tool for removing the other straps.