Non CW of the Day

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^dat gap,.,.,
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Serlo wrote:The bluest side of the Nomos:

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This today...

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Smiths Seafire

ImageSmiths Seafire by iaintookey, on Flickr
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Tooks wrote:Smiths Seafire

ImageSmiths Seafire by iaintookey, on Flickr
Cracking watch! At first glance, it looks like a pvd Bremont MBii. Like it a lot.
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Mr Rick
Your collection of colourful chronos is just amazing and always superbly captured...I would love to own them all!

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Not a nato man myself either but that works really well :thumbup:
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A Zenith day today - although no new pic:

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downer wrote:A Zenith day today - although no new pic:

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That old thing? Pah! :P;) It would do me however!
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smegwina wrote:
Tooks wrote:Smiths Seafire

Snip...
Cracking watch! At first glance, it looks like a pvd Bremont MBii. Like it a lot.
Cheers Nick. It is rather nice, and has survived my recent ruthless cull of watches!

Wouldn't be worth much used, and I need a watch to wear I don't have to worry about, and this fitted the bill!
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Well the online manual describes it as

"analogue quartz watch equipped with an Automatic Generating System developed by SEIKO"

To my way of thinking it's a quirky transition between automatic and quartz. Last week I had one kinetic Seiko and now I have two courtesy of an impulse on EBay.

Also I like the similar quirkiness of the dial layout with the time display forming just a small part of the whole face. And I like the dial per se.

I need to give it a bit more jiggy to establish whether or not it's holding a charge or whether it needs to go back. I'm surprised that a day in the post hasn't charged the watch fully but it was very well bubble-wrapped.


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^^^^^^^^^^ I used to have this watch about 6 years ago. It takes a lot of side to side swinging to get it fully charged. Probably in the region of 1000 swings or more and WILL make your arm ache. :lol:

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