Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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gwells wrote:i'm *so* glad a dress watch isn't needed for my every day work attire any more. i do not miss suits, ties, or any of that jazz.
I would :thumbup: this a million times but that'd be obnoxious, so just imagine it. :shock:
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Peteo wrote:
gwells wrote:i'm *so* glad a dress watch isn't needed for my every day work attire any more. i do not miss suits, ties, or any of that jazz.
I would :thumbup: this a million times but that'd be obnoxious, so just imagine it. :shock:

I can wear any watch to work but really enjoy wearing something dressy during the day and then swapping over to something different at night. This evening its the fabulous BBR. I also love wearing suits, cufflinks etc. We are all different and thats just dandy :D 8) :thumbup:
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Nice one Greg !!
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Magnificent Luiz :)
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Already posted the image elsewhere on the forum, but today for me it has to be my first foray into the world of Magrette!

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This evenings offering.

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Another half-assed winter weather event in the DC area. Another day working (and forum browsing) from home. With the Hamy on my wrist.

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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I bought this inexpensive Accurist from Kevin_b1 about 4-5 months ago, as I felt I needed an Orange bezelled watch to wear (having sold off my Orient Mako XL), kept it under wraps for a while, went to wear it and found that it had stopped.

Suspecting a flat battery I got it changed for £3.50 at a stall in my local indoor market only10 days ago and have started wearing it as a casual evening / weekend watch; including tonight.

Unusual colour choice of strap is determined by the fact that it's only one of two 24mm straps that l have.

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Looking good on you Jon :thumbup:

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Yesterday and today:

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Orion33/Tetra2~BallEH~Montblanc~Tudor BB36~Archimede36~Damasko~Revue T~BremontSolo37~MJW
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^fantastic asqwerth!
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I and the Damasko will get through 'em all. :D
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My cheap but extremely cheerful week continues! :D

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