Non CW of the Day

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I wore my BB on the Tudor NATO over the summer and it was fantastic - really comfortable and looked good too. Otherwise, I think it's bracelet or nothing for this one.

Kemmner for me today

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Just got in from work so figured I'd wear this for the evening.

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reggie747 wrote:Just got in from work so figured I'd wear this for the evening.

The Citizen Chronomaster
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And why not :clap:
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Speedy Saturday - to track the time wasted by the TMO in today's Rugby.
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Marathon Navigator for pruning my climbing rose outside the kitchen window.

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Serlo wrote:I love the Reverso. This is one of the watches I am still dreaming about.

My watch can listen to the rehearsal of Bachs mass in h minor. What a beautiful piece of music.

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Nice Zurich there.

By the way, what is h minor? :?

B minor? :D


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tempusmaximus wrote:A great looking Seiko James :thumbup:
Cheers Bernie

And here it is again, it's the only watch I have with me.

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asqwerth wrote:
Serlo wrote:
Nice Zurich there.

By the way, what is h minor? :?

B minor? :D
:oops: Of course, you're right. I thing the German speaking world is quite alone as we say "h" instead of "b" (the story goes that a music teacher's b resembled an h, and our "b" is your b flat... So we have got c d e f g a h c :lol:).

I think that I have never seen a picture of this single-hand watch (is it one?). This makes me want to wear a Meistersinger tomorrow for the concert. Maybe the brand's name can influence the way I sing :lol:.
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Serlo wrote:...

I think that I have never seen a picture of this single-hand watch (is it one?). This makes me want to wear a Meistersinger tomorrow for the concert. Maybe the brand's name can influence the way I sing :lol:.
Yes, a one-hander, a bit of a custom job.

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Roy had a 35mm 2-hander handwound model with a different dial and hands. I asked him to make a one-hander-type dial to fit this watch's case and paint a Breguet hand red to use as its hand. Cheap and cheery.

I just wanted a fun single-hander but had no intention of spending a substantial sum on it. I'd tried a Meistersinger Karelia and 36mm Neo on my wrist before and was not very impressed.
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Nearly time for opening night puck drop 8)

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Hope I made the right choice - 8)
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I think you did, I haven't seen it in the metal but I think it's too blue.
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blowfish89 wrote:Hope I made the right choice - 8)
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Between those two, no question. :D
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Explorer and dog for a lazy fall day

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