Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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It'sAliveJim wrote:On holiday tomorrow so getting in to the spirit with a classic holiday beater

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But what else shall I be taking? :D
Snorkel? Mankini?

I'm spent most of my day with my Nomos Club, but have just switched to this:

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james80 wrote:
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Is that a Magrette bezel?
Yes, they now offer lumed bezels which can be retrofitted.
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Re: Non CW of the Day

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It'sAliveJim wrote:
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It'sAliveJim wrote:On holiday tomorrow so getting in to the spirit with a classic holiday beater

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But what else shall I be taking? :D
Wouldn't know; you have too many to select from!

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It's only 12 :?
Hmm, I thought it was more. Perhaps I'm confused with all the flipping you do.

Ok, had a think, got to be your Omega 300.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Hmm, I thought it was more. Perhaps I'm confused with all the flipping you do.

Ok, had a think, got to be your Omega 300.

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Yesterday's watch:

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Today's is in CWOTD.
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I put my Tissot on a 19mm CW rubber strap from the recent sale, getting more use in this hot summer weather now:

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Teak-Birch Superior MKI :shock:

It's accurate, spot on twice a day. The birch strap is a bit stiff. :?

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asqwerth wrote:Yesterday's watch:

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Today's is in CWOTD.
I love the dial on that Seamaster.
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smegwina wrote:
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Told you it would arrive by Friday.

Looks smashing :thumbup:

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For Missf and Asqwerth.

Vintage orange strap Omega with Tim Tams :D

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why thank you! it looks great with that orange second hand to match. 8)

(i've never heard of tim tams though...... do you eat them? or wear them on your feet???)
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Korkki wrote:Teak-Birch Superior MKI :shock:

It's accurate, spot on twice a day. The birch strap is a bit stiff. :?

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it's great korkki!
can't help thinking that if you got the fret saw out you could give it a sandwich dial???
(and you haven't decided which logo to put on it yet....... :silent: )
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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Tim Tams are wonderful chocolate-covered double biscuits sandwiched together with even more chocc-y stuff in-between.

Nice cheery strap there.
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