Non CW of the Day

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The seagull chrono movement has been subjectively underrated I think, and I honestly believe every enthusiast should grab one before they become less inexpensive.
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Surprise, surprise. :)

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downer wrote:Surprise, surprise. :)

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Grrrrrr You're not making things any better Richard....... goddam drop dead gorgeous watch mate :thumbup: :thumbup:
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My favorite of your vintage Heuers Mr. Rick!

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Decided to rest the original fuzzy suede strap on my Orion 33, and go with a dark brown, no-grain leather strap for a more serious look.

The slight gold/brown tinge to the case and dial comes from the brown chair that the watch (and paper underneath) was placed on.

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bit too big for my wrist?
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Mr Rick wrote:Image
downer wrote:Surprise, surprise. :)

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bit too big for my wrist?
Short answer to that would be "yes", however for most weedy Asian wrist (including mine of course) I think a tighter fitting on the bracelet or replacing with a soft rubber strap will help. I like that Alpina a lot btw :)
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Aifo wrote:
agong wrote:Image

bit too big for my wrist?
Short answer to that would be "yes", however for most weedy Asian wrist (including mine of course) I think a tighter fitting on the bracelet or replacing with a soft rubber strap will help. I like that Alpina a lot btw :)
As another weedy-wristed Asian guy, I can sympathize with this ever-nagging question. There's only one solution.

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I have have been wearing the aqua terra all week, and will probably wear it all weekend too

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