Non CW of the Day

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Snap! Mr Rick and I share excellent taste. Been wearing it for a few days, do love the Steinhart.
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A new and unique piece today
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This one today from late 60's, with a Lemania 1873 (Omega 861)

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ianblyth wrote:Image
Ooooh, I like this one.
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androo wrote:A new and unique piece today
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Tell us more about this one, Androo.
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downer wrote:
androo wrote:A new and unique piece today
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Tell us more about this one, Androo.
It was a buy all the bits and put it together job. I got the bits and uldalembk (took me a lot of harrassing) put it together for me. Although I did F*** the day wheel up all on my own. Case was very kindly supplied by Lorne from Offshore.
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androo wrote: Case was very kindly supplied by Lorne from Offshore.
I knew I'd seen the case somewhere before. Overall, it looks great, and must be very satisfying.
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androo wrote:
downer wrote:
androo wrote:A new and unique piece today
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Tell us more about this one, Androo.
It was a buy all the bits and put it together job. I got the bits and uldalembk (took me a lot of harrassing) put it together for me. Although I did F*** the day wheel up all on my own. Case was very kindly supplied by Lorne from Offshore.

Nice........like that one!! Quite fancy doing something like that myself :)
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Androo

That's a seriously good looking watch. What's the brand name going to be? Once you've got a good brand name and logo then you can always stick them over the day display, no one will ever notice - trust me on this. Oh, and no Maserati tridents - as that's my logo. A prancing horse perhaps?

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Was thinking of calling it the "Inland watch with little dials watch company" and having a spork for my logo. Is that what happened to you day dials then? :)
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androo wrote:Was thinking of calling it the "Inland watch with little dials watch company" and having a spork for my logo. Is that what happened to you day dials then? :)
Nope, don't fit them because I refuse to sell a chronograph to someone who can't remember what day of the week it is :)
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