Non CW of the Day

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My RT airspeed for the day

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Lego wrote:Vintage Longines today

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Just lovely. :clap:
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omegaaddict wrote:My RT airspeed for the day

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Hmmmm. I could like that.
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I was going to part with this last month.

I was going to pop it on EBay this month.

Now it's on my wrist.

It really is a sweet little watch, the value makes no difference. I guess I might think about selling it next month but I'll bet that it doesn't happen.

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Terrible placement of the hands for a pic :oops:

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Tudor Black Bay for me today.
But you all know what it looks like :D
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Jammy Devil wrote:Tudor Black Bay for me today.
But you all know what it looks like :D
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The Grand Seiko has been a great success in it's first day at work - loved looking down and seeing it there.

Just swapped over to an old leather strap to see how that feels tomorrow. Be interesting to see which becomes the norm - both types of strap look equally as good. In fact the leather might have the edge.

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Looks fabulous Mark ;)
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MiniMpi wrote:Looks fabulous Mark ;)

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My Club went to work with me for the first time today too. I must say I love the way it looks under a shirt cuff. I wasn't sure about it on bare arms over the weekend, but peeking out from under a shirt cuff it looks fab. And I'm really liking having something so slim too, now that the leather strap is breaking in a little. Happy bunny! :)

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it's really weird getting used to super thin, super light. but it's awesome how easily they slide under and back out of a cuff.
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welshlad wrote:My Club went to work with me for the first time today too. I must say I love the way it looks under a shirt cuff. I wasn't sure about it on bare arms over the weekend, but peeking out from under a shirt cuff it looks fab. And I'm really liking having something so slim too, now that the leather strap is breaking in a little. Happy bunny! :)

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Great news - they are great all round watches with a bit of personality.
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