Non CW of the Day

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teestech wrote:
Winnie Bloo wrote:This again out in today's white stuff.

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I'm really tempted by this. Would personally prefer it on the bracelet, but i'm not sure about the lack of fitted end links.

I echo the watch and the steveostrap combo. Cracking watch which absolutely suits a handmade leather strap. Fantastic look and so comfy. :thumbup: for the watch & :thumbup: for the steveostrap that adorns it.
Here.s mine.

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This one for the big game...

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I'm watching more in hope than expectation. :D
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Sabbath wrote:I echo the watch and the steveostrap combo. Cracking watch which absolutely suits a handmade leather strap. Fantastic look and so comfy. :thumbup: for the watch & :thumbup: for the steveostrap that adorns it.
Here.s mine.
Thanks for the additional peer pressure Mark :lol: As if I need more nudging in the Ranger direction!!! I note from your signature that you also have the Explorer. Do you find them different enough to both get adequate wrist time? I think it's the Explorer-esque dial that attracts me to the Ranger.
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Sabbath wrote:

I echo the watch and the steveostrap combo. Cracking watch which absolutely suits a handmade leather strap. Fantastic look and so comfy. :thumbup: for the watch & :thumbup: for the steveostrap that adorns it.
Here.s mine.

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Nice one Mark :thumbup: :thumbup:

How are you getting on with the club.....as good as the ranger? Same weight ?
Any new pics of it ?

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Love it, I'm off to ebay! I could do with another vintage Seiko.

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downer wrote:This one for the big game...

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I'm watching more in hope than expectation. :D
Must be my lucky watch. :lol:
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Must be my lucky watch. :lol:
Never take it off!

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Winnie Bloo wrote:

Nice one Mark :thumbup: :thumbup:

How are you getting on with the club.....as good as the ranger? Same weight ?
Any new pics of it ?

Dave :wave:
The Club is fantastic; I love my Ranger and love the Club. I would say the Club is a slightly dressier version of the Ranger. The club goes great with a shirt and jacket where as the Ranger is slightly more relaxed. Having said that you could wear both with any outfit to any occasion - seriously great versatile watches.

Forgot to add. Yes it is as good as the Ranger - actually better: if I had to choose one it would be the Club. With it's own movement and sapphire back it just feels that little bit more special. Both are wonderful and I expect to keep them for a very long time (bold statement from me). The other thing I will say about the Club - lovely as it was I don't miss my BBR.

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