Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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I've never seen a DeVille on a Nato before. Surprisingly, I like it. I had a chuckle at having it regulated because it's running at +10. I'd be happy if ANY of my auto's ran at +/-10! On the other hand, it is a certified chronometer...
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Dancematt wrote:
Richard wrote:
Dancematt wrote:Very nice Richard, it probably is my imagination but hasn't your seiko count gone up by 1?
Indeed it has, I've purchased a 011 a few weeks ago
Yep, remember now when you posted a pic in a steinhart thread, personally i think its one of the best skx derivatives, All the best for the Casio count! :)

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I started the day with this

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//then went to bed at 0700 (joys of night shifts!) so i'm ending the day with this


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(which is for sale at a very reasonable price,by the way 8) )
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village wrote:I started the day with this

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Is it a 20 or 22mm strap on this one Andy??
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22mm lugs John...wears really nicely
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village wrote:22mm lugs John...wears really nicely
Ta.....looks good!! Is the place you got it from significantly cheaper than on ebay et all, which is 120 squids ish I think??
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Monkey wrote:
village wrote:22mm lugs John...wears really nicely
Ta.....looks good!! Is the place you got it from significantly cheaper than on ebay et all, which is 120 squids ish I think??

Cost me 89 quid delivered...no customs charges.
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Well, suprise suprise, a vintage Tissot for me today.....this Seastar from the late 70's :D

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Wearing this this evening, considering if I need another hand wound Unitas in my collection.

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Mushroom-brand chronograph this evening...
Image... the third watch I bought when the madness was beginning to take hold. I went through a period of thinking what a dork I was for buying a no-name p.o.s like that, but I realised that I quite like it, and it's my most accurate non-atomic.
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Loddonite wrote:Mushroom-brand chronograph this evening...
Image... the third watch I bought when the madness was beginning to take hold. I went through a period of thinking what a dork I was for buying a no-name p.o.s like that, but I realised that I quite like it, and it's my most accurate non-atomic.
That is quite an interesting piece Loddonite- where is it from?

It is this one for me today, for the first time in some days now as my Trident seems to be getting the most wrist time.
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alphajet wrote:Wearing this this evening, considering if I need another hand wound Unitas in my collection.

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Also chose a hand-wound today..

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Although I've already decided a man can easily have two 6498's in a collection. :)
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alphajet wrote:Wearing this this evening, considering if I need another hand wound Unitas in my collection.

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I have considered getting the Steinhart version of this watch. How do you find it, worth the money?

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NMS75 wrote: I have considered getting the Steinhart version of this watch. How do you find it, worth the money?

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Me too! Same question applies!

Felt a bit blue today.....

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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jmarchitect wrote:That is quite an interesting piece Loddonite- where is it from?
Ebay, "Belawa Brothers". They are still going as http://www.watch-shop.com/watch-shop/wa ... m/?Lang=en
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