Non CW of the Day

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vikingdrvr wrote:racin' into the weekend :D

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Gonna be wearing that when Filip Forsberg scores his first NHL hat trick on us? :(
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the "g" is for Greg...
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It'sAliveJim wrote:
blowfish89 wrote:
Aifo wrote: Blowfish, wrong link maybe?
Its the right link. Its a new arrival :)
The white dial/steel bezel Tropik by the looks of it :D
Yes it is. I'll be posting pics soon. The bezel on this is so hard to move.
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hrm. i would talk to jason about that. i don't find my bezel that difficult to move.
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Legend - diver Friday.

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footycrazy wrote:Legend - diver Friday.

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Lovely watch. Love that statuette of your wife too. ;)
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welshlad wrote:
footycrazy wrote:Legend - diver Friday.

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Lovely watch. Love that statuette of your wife too. ;)
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Peteo wrote:
vikingdrvr wrote:racin' into the weekend :D

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Gonna be wearing that when Filip Forsberg scores his first NHL hat trick on us? :(
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Re: Non CW of the Day

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This evening's timepiece for me

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Me lowering the tone again with the continuation of my cheap week! Excuse the fuzzy crystal, just got back after my evening constitutional and it is condensation after coming back into the house. Ooh, is it cold tonight!

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downer wrote:
james80 wrote:
Richard, fantastic picture of a fantastic watch.
Thanks - although when I study the picture, I can see it's not quite sharp at the top of the dial... Still working with the new lights.
what sort of f stop are you aiming for and is it the lights are too weak to allow a sufficiently small aperture at the iso rating you want to use, just curious because I have just bought a cheap although quite large light tent on the bay and have the choice of prosumer flash or supposed daylight temp lamps or daylight. also cant decide whether to go for smallest aperture f22 because Im aware that lens performance will fall off at the edges. having got into all of that very nice watch and id be more than happy with those photographic results. :thumbup:
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