Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Dancematt wrote:
smegwina wrote:
downer wrote:When the manual is thicker than the watch, you know life is too complicated. :)

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Ooh, got mine today too! Many thanks for the heads up.

It has temporarily replaced the monster, but only till the morning when normal orange monstery service is resumed.

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GET THE RESIN COMBI BRACELET! No seriously. Its awesome.
smegwina wrote:
Dancematt wrote:
smegwina wrote: Ooh, got mine today too! Many thanks for the heads up.

It has temporarily replaced the monster, but only till the morning when normal orange monstery service is resumed.

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GET THE RESIN COMBI BRACELET! No seriously. Its awesome.
Will have a look out for one. Where is the best place to get them?
Errrr........

From the resin combi bracelet shop! :lol:

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switching to the Legend for the night out...

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Clarky wrote:
I would have to agree with you... I think this 36mm explorer is better proportioned than the later 39mm version too.
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Recently purchased from a fellow forum member, this my first Timefactors watch and I am quite impressed. I bought the Steveostrap in his sale not intending to use the bund pad, but I think I like it.
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Switched my G Gerlach Otago onto a NATO

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New Vostok Amphibia 710 SE with Boris bezel

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Submariner on a Clarkystrap:

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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smegwina wrote:
Dancematt wrote:
smegwina wrote:]When the manual is thicker than the watch, you know life is too complicated. :)

Ooh, got mine today too! Many thanks for the heads up.

It has temporarily replaced the monster, but only till the morning when normal orange monstery service is resumed.

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GET THE RESIN COMBI BRACELET! No seriously. Its awesome.
Will have a look out for one. Where is the best place to get them?
Here;
http://www.tiktox.com/casio-straps-and- ... strap.html
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Had some snow overnight here... old photo but same view:

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Few days spent in the beautiful city of Krakow, stumbled upon a lovely little antique shop and came out with this.

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mattk wrote:Few days spent in the beautiful city of Krakow, stumbled upon a lovely little antique shop and came out with this.

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Golly! I can admire that. :thumbup:
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