Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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My G-shock this morning for a gym session with hospital Physioterrorists

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and now switched to my RLT73a for the rest of the day

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Have not seen the g shock in ages! I do like this one. Very unusual.

Either you have it sitting on a lump of quartz ish material, or you need a moisturiser! :) :P:D
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smegwina wrote:Have not seen the g shock in ages! I do like this one. Very unusual.
Generally use it for the gym only, twice a week before work @ silly o'clock (and not been to work for the last 7 weeks).

Thought I'd give it an airing before I forgot about it; about which you know quite a bit at the moment. :wink:
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Either you have it sitting on a lump of quartz ish material, or you need a moisturiser! :) :P:D
:lol: :clap:

Lump of rock / mineral type of stuff on the bedroom window sill.

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Quick and dirty..

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Looking good, Richard.

Still this.

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downer wrote:Quick and dirty..

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very good, very good indeed! :clap:
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^^^
YAY! Awesome! :clap:
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Tudor Tuesday....

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^^^^ Some crackers out today peeps :clap:


HBRV123 on Strapjunkie leather nato. 8)

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downer wrote:Quick and dirty..

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Looks ace! :thumbup:
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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Very Chinese mechanical (as in hand wind) chrono. Brand new, very pretty exhibition back which I've currently got hidden behind the leather NATO, silly me.

This is the 42mm version of the 1963 Chinese Airforce chrono, shipped to UK for US$270.

I love the fact that hand wind chronos are still available and at very modest prices but why is it that some chronos (and I'm glaring at two Valjoux 7733 and a SEiko 7T34 whilst I'm saying this) have only got a 30 minute counter on the chrono? 30 minutes is nowhere near enough!

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Hamy today. Still surprised at how much I love this one.

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