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hughesyn wrote:I wear it nearly every day since the time and date are always correct and to me it's GS beating beautiful.

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What model is that please?


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kevin_b1 wrote:
hughesyn wrote:I wear it nearly every day since the time and date are always correct and to me it's GS beating beautiful. Image
What model is that please?
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james80 wrote:Image
Sweet! "Pogue"-edaboudit!
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james80 wrote:Image

I like this, any more pics?
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MarkGraz wrote:
Boydesian wrote:Image
(Old photo) The Trapeze is getting one of its infrequent outings today and once again, I am rediscovering how amazingly comfortable this watch is to wear. No doubt this is primarily due to the curved case, but once it's on, it just "disappears".
Very cool watch.
Thank you. It's a tad too...outré for my tastes. But I bought it right, and it really is the most comfortable watch I own. Bar none.
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^^^really love your collection and the stories behind most of them james80 :thumbup:

Had to make myself wear something different today, can't believe I have daily wearers now:
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Lego wrote:
james80 wrote:Image

I like this, any more pics?
Sure. Any excuse to post pics, I'll put some up tomorrow.
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Dancematt wrote:^^^really love your collection and the stories behind most of them james80 :thumbup:

Had to make myself wear something different today, can't believe I have daily wearers now:
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Cheers DM, that's a great bellmatic, going to have to look for one one of these days. I do like old Seikos.
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james80 wrote:
Dancematt wrote:^^^really love your collection and the stories behind most of them james80 :thumbup:

Had to make myself wear something different today, can't believe I have daily wearers now, the quality is at least five times what the watch goes for on the market:
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Cheers DM, that's a great bellmatic, going to have to look for one one of these days. I do like old Seikos.
Skip it and go straight to Lordmatics/ Lordmarvels - this is probably the best watch I own:
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Takes cool, love the linen? dial, how big is it?
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james80 wrote:Takes cool, love the linen? dial, how big is it?
35mm I think. Case is like 7mm thick without crystal.
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kevin_b1 wrote:
hughesyn wrote:I wear it nearly every day since the time and date are always correct and to me it's GS beating beautiful.

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What model is that please?


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It's a 'The Citizen' AQ1030-57E.
It is indeed A010 movement, certianly the most avanced quartz movement in production.
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