Non CW of the Day

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Again the; Hamilton Jazzmaster Auto Chrono: :D

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andys wrote:
Royston 64 wrote:Oris BC4 today.
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Im wearing my Hamilton X-Wind Chrono today.

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A new strap came in; an original black Hamilton strap, voor this 'bad ass' watch.

I also got the original brown one, and a black Steinhart butterfly strap.
Below are the Steinhart vs. the new Hamilton strap. On the right is de Steinhart version.

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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paw3001 wrote:
tartine.74 wrote:Image
Very nice it's not the Liquid metal version is it?
It is... :)

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tartine.74 wrote:
paw3001 wrote:
tartine.74 wrote:Image
Very nice it's not the Liquid metal version is it?
It is... :)

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Royston 64 wrote:
tartine.74 wrote:
paw3001 wrote:That Nicolas is AWESOME :D
His watch aint bad either! :lol:
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His watch aint bad either! :lol
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You got me there JM :)

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Today I'm wearing my Dunhill DM7:
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And it's a bugger to photograph, it catches the light in every angle :D

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Raymond Weil today.

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Yeah, old photo, yeah I know - I have promised myself a few hours with a camera - one day.
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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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My wrist needed a break from all the heavy watches this week, so yesterday I wore Mortis' favourite:
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Today the Hamilton Khaki Chrono is on.
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today is such a wind-up! :wink:

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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Put my CD on the rubber strap supplied by Boschett, it has been on the steel bracelet for the last 2 years. It was a b*gger to fit but halves the weight of the watch and feels very comfortable on my wrist. :D
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Looks good :D . I do like black rubber with some divers.
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