Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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New one today, the Seiko white Stargate (SKZ323):

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highway62 wrote:today is such a wind-up! :wink:

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There it is. Thanks for posting highway - I am getting closer to adding one of these to the set. Been in touch with Neil at Chronomaster who has a 44m with the diamond crown (not a big fan of the onion crown) but it is on a black strap. Looking for a brown strap but it is not the end of the world as I can get one of each :D
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Wis wrote:New one today, the Seiko white Stargate (SKZ323):

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Superb choice :) finer details make this one of the best value auto divers under £200 imo.
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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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alphajet wrote: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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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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An old favourite for sports and rough wear - the Citizen RalliArt Chronograph.

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Not-so-successful lume shot (the 12 o'clock marker and stopwatch second hand are at 2 o'clock of the picture:
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Indoors with flash, to show that the numbers on the dial are not white but shiny metallic silver:
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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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Dancematt wrote:
Wis wrote:New one today, the Seiko white Stargate (SKZ323):

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Superb choice :) finer details make this one of the best value auto divers under £200 imo.
I agree, unsurprisingly :) . Got it new for $250 + $19 from Singapore. The dial is very nice, lots of interesting details. Great design. I'm gonna put it on a black, red or orange rubber strap and it'll be a perfect summer watch.
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After seeing the Stargate (very nice BTW) I deceded I needed to wear my Seiko diver today:
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this one today..

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Have not worn this Parnis for a while but still a good looking watch.

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Feel the need for some lume.

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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It is orange!
Prompted by certain entries on certain threads I decided to wear this one today...
Maybe I should have saved it for a Wednesday :? :D

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Apology for the poor photos. I have a new phone with camera and I'm trying it out.
Autofocus doesn't quite seem to get it right.

Old Seiko auto. Came originally on bracelet that felt so flimsy I replaced with leather orange strap.
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I'm happy with it anyhow 8)

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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st-rider wrote:It is orange!
Prompted by certain entries on certain threads I decided to wear this one today...
Maybe I should have saved it for a Wednesday :? :D

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Apology for the poor photos. I have a new phone with camera and I'm trying it out.
Autofocus doesn't quite seem to get it right.

Old Seiko auto. Came originally on bracelet that felt so flimsy I replaced with leather orange strap.
Quite a find for 19mm lugs (strap from a certain German strap online shop, 19mm spring bars from watch-batteries.com).
I'm happy with it anyhow 8)

TTFN, Alex :D
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That's certainly Orange!

So on a Wednesday do you have to wear 2?? :D
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Went for this beauty today- the strap matches the colour of the sky down here on the south coast. 8)

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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This one today, a hint of orange.

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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B.E.M.2.D.T.M.T.D.L.C

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