Non CW of the Day

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Looking the part AVO.

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scooter wrote:Looking the part AVO.

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Indeed it does. :thumbup:

But i bet the Smiths is on Steve,s wrist as well.
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PO today and maybe all weekend. Have a great weekend everyone :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Djmoore70 wrote:my first real watch purchase about 20yrs ago

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Lovely. The F1 was my first too. What size is yours because mine's the tiny 35mm or something :lol:
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Raven Vintage 40mm today :D

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scooter wrote:The Holy Grail

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Explorer for me today


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christre wrote:PO today and maybe all weekend. Have a great weekend everyone :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Great looking watch! ( OK, so now I'm biased :) )
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:First outing to work for this one:

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Steve, I REALLY like that!! Is it awkward to wear at all?
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An entire week of white(silver) dials this week....

Monday was the AT, Tuesday-Thursday travelling with the Exp, and casual Friday with the Solo. :)

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Ready for the weekend now. :)
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downer wrote:An entire week of white(silver) dials this week....

Monday was the AT, Tuesday-Thursday travelling with the Exp, and casual Friday with the Solo. :)

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Ready for the weekend now. :)
Nice set of watches but for a (relative) novice to the world of fine watches which one is which?

Perm AT / Exp / Solo into Omega / Bremont / Rolex. :wave:

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
downer wrote:An entire week of white(silver) dials this week....

Monday was the AT, Tuesday-Thursday travelling with the Exp, and casual Friday with the Solo. :)

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Ready for the weekend now. :)
Nice set of watches but for a (relative) novice to the world of fine watches which one is which?

Perm AT / Exp / Solo into Omega / Bremont / Rolex. :wave:

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote: Nice set of watches but for a (relative) novice to the world of fine watches which one is which?

Perm AT / Exp / Solo into Omega / Bremont / Rolex. :wave:

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my three faves in your collection, richard.
the "g" is for Greg...
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