Non CW of the Day

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Nicolas, you disgust me. You own many fine watches, most of which I can't afford, and you show off pictures, most of which I couldn't take, in cool situations, most of which I wouldn't risk.

Now you show off a cool and desirable Swatch watch. How do you manage it?! I hate you. :wink:
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Mortis wrote:Nicolas, you disgust me. You own many fine watches, most of which I can't afford, and you show off pictures, most of which I couldn't take, in cool situations, most of which I wouldn't risk.

Now you show off a cool and desirable Swatch watch. How do you manage it?! I hate you. :wink:
Be patient, You haven't seen everything yet... :kg:

I love this Swatch, one of the nicest ever made (IMHO).

For today :

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tis a silly one today, mentioned this in passing the other day in another thread and got me to thinking where it might be and if it still worked. Bit of a search found it in the bottom of a 'junk' drawer along with its charger, quick dose of electricity and bingo...IT LIVES!! :lol:

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now it's party trick
Lume shot No.1

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and lume part 2!

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now wondering ,should it go back in the drawer....? :lol:
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This was my watch for 5 years.
I know its only a Swatch but i Loved the look of it, chrono eventually packed up......then I heard about CW from my friend who had bought a lovely C7 and the rest is history!
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Bought this last week, bit of a change for me, but loving it so far. April 1976, hardly a mark on it.

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This one today. Really like the look of it on the Hirsch strap. May be I should try one with red stiching as well....

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Hamilton Field Khaki today.

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Oris BC4 today.
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Sterile Parnis as a Explorer GMT homage

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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ianblyth wrote:Sterile Parnis as a Explorer GMT homage
Who said that you can't have a cheap Chinese automatic that looks good? :D 8)
My white Alpha GMT says hi. It's on a jubilee right now, but the Nato is calling. I think I'll have to put it back on there for the summer.
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This Speedy sandwich today. This watch is proving to be more versatile than I ever expected and is now one of my most worn pieces. It's a smasher! :D

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Very nice Wittnauer scooter...love that dial! 8)
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Kip wrote:Very nice Wittnauer scooter...love that dial! 8)
Thanks Kip

Despite initially being slightly unsure of its 23mm size, the Wittnauer gets a lot of wrist time.

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paw3001 wrote:This Speedy sandwich today. This watch is proving to be more versatile than I ever expected and is now one of my most worn pieces. It's a smasher! :D

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Lovely piece. Pictures like yours really show the speedie in all its glory. It is a shame they are not a touch larger as I would have one in my collection by now.
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