Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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malvern_man wrote:Thought I'd give my quartz Rotary an outing today.

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Rotary, really?

Looks more like a sterile sub to me.

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reggie747 wrote:A lovely piece tikkathree. Mine has been glued to my wrist for some weeks now (but that NATO colour you got it mounted on) JEEEEEEEEZ !!! :igitt: Very brave :lol: :lol:
I often tell people that I see things in black and white :lol: :lol: :lol:

Well, I spent the morning and evening at home and my wife says "yes dear", we spent the afternoon in the cinema so in pretty much total 3D darkness...

I've ordered an olive green nato from the same source but, actually, the watch and strap work together, the issue is the strap and my shirts! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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scooter wrote:As you may have noticed from the previous page I have put my Tissot PRS 516 on a ClarkyStrap.
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I initially put the strap on inside out so that you could um.. see the Clarky logo impression.
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Whilst it may have mistakenly appeared to some that I had done this without realising at the time this was er... not the case.

I am somewhat belatedly (after a visit to my local watchmaker who I thought my like to look at my new strap) posting another photograph to show the strap off properly.

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Nice strap, I like that. Apart from the text the inside and outside are remarkably similar, most unusual for a watch strap. Perhaps when it shows too much wear you can turn it inside out. Again...
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This little beauty today

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No surprise what I'm wearing today. Loving its uber-readability.
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^^ Some great Rolexes in the above two posts.
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Taken yesterday but still wearing it today.

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Image

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Cracking watch Guy. (Have you turned into an Ewok over the weekend? :D )
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^^^^ :lol:
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smegwina wrote: Cracking watch Guy. (Have you turned into an Ewok over the weekend? :D )
Thanks Nick.

(Ewok? Nope; just got a new fluffy fleece, very soft, comfy and warm; which is a bit daft considering the temp is 10degC + today; but I've got a chesty cough, runny nose, man 'flu!). :problem:

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
malvern_man wrote:Thought I'd give my quartz Rotary an outing today.

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Rotary, really?

Looks more like a sterile sub to me.

Guy
This is crazy.

When I viewed this post last night it had a pic of your Sterile Sub (that I sold you) but it now has a correct picture of a Rotary Quartz Diver. :? :clap:

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
smegwina wrote: Cracking watch Guy. (Have you turned into an Ewok over the weekend? :D )
Thanks Nick.

(Ewok? Nope; just got a new fluffy fleece, very soft, comfy and warm; which is a bit daft considering the temp is 10degC + today; but I've got a chesty cough, runny nose, man 'flu!). :problem:

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Sorry to hear about the man flu. Never good. No offence intended and the fleece is a bloomin good idea in the circumstances!

Oh, and Ewok. (Could not resist)

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Ewok? Humour understood and appreciated. No offence even thought of; let alone taken; although I'd prefer to think of Wooky as opposed to Ewok. :lol:

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