Non CW of the Day

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Ian - I've always been taken by that Parnis....good looking watch and picture :)
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Viognier wrote:Ian - I've always been taken by that Parnis....good looking watch and picture :)
Thanks. It is amazingly good for the money. And the blue strap from TSS gives it a nice summery look. I am making the most of it as it is sunny here for a change. :sun: I have sold off most of my Parnis watches apart from a couple. Not because I did not like them or they were not good. Just the Pam style is a bit big I found. This one is about the same size as a C9.
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Looks like fab Lume on the Bremont in this picture

Very Nice :D

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Dancematt wrote:Image

Classy and simple Loving this one :clap:

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Dancematt wrote:Image
Very nice Club Datum, love the orange strap for a sporty touch. I just received the Nomos catalogue in the mail yesterday... pretty impressed with their service and story. Saving up for one myself, but not sure which one.
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Konketsu wrote:
Dancematt wrote:Image
Very nice Club Datum, love the orange strap for a sporty touch. I just received the Nomos catalogue in the mail yesterday... pretty impressed with their service and story. Saving up for one myself, but not sure which one.
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Squale for most of the day today. There was a hairy moment when my 2-year-old inadvertently smashed her scooter helmet on to it, but it was only a couple of scratches to the polished bezel (not the insert thankfully), which have already been removed with Cape Cod. Phew :D

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Then flipped to the Orient Mako Ray for evening cooking duties. Italian sausage and bean stew, with mash and spring greens, since you ask :lol:

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Just got this today, think it's going to be on my wrist for a while :D impulse buy when I was last in my local jewellers, been waiting two weeks for it to come back from a polish up and service I had forgotten how much I liked it :thumbup:

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ianblyth wrote:Image
Weird, I've been looking at this one for a couple of weeks.

I think most people probably want a Portuguese, and I like the C9 too, but for me too close a 'homage' to pay £900 for.

My worry with the Parnis is that it turns up and is cheap crap? Maybe you could provide some more info?

At £56 though ill almost definitely take a punt.
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:This today Image

Got my old(ish) Seiko back from seeing if the damaged glass can be replaced. With a recommended overhaul, it will cost more than its worth.

Will keep it as a beater or may donate to my favoured charity shop and buy a replacement.

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