Non CW of the Day

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welshlad wrote:This while I wait to see my knee consultant!

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Brilliant photo Steve :clap: 8)
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omegaaddict wrote:Another day another omega

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That is a great strap combo, I do love the AT and looks excellent on that strap.
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^^ the straps stitching really matches the dial which I think really makes the combo pop

Wearing my glycine combat sub on a new Brady strap.

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Very nice. I didn't know they did a green stitching one....interesting.
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omegaaddict wrote:^^ the straps stitching really matches the dial which I think really makes the combo pop

Wearing my glycine combat sub on a new Brady strap.

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that watch has seen some action - what have you done to it!

p.s. I can sell you the exact one as new :)
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Hicksmat wrote:
omegaaddict wrote:^^ the straps stitching really matches the dial which I think really makes the combo pop

Wearing my glycine combat sub on a new Brady strap.

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that watch has seen some action - what have you done to it!

p.s. I can sell you the exact one as new :)
Issues with a wonky bezel when I first got it. No glycine service center in Dubai. Had glycine send me a new bezel and bezel insert. Put that one on just fine. Then the new one jammed up and I had to pry it off and put the old one back on. Damage to case and insert resulted from that.

Should've just returned it when it first had issues. Oh well you live and you learn.
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Switched for this afternoon

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This one today:

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What's that mark? There… just at the 25/5. On the bezel :shock: :lol:

Sorry, just winding you up Richard. It's a purdy fine looking watch :D

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