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Starting the day off w/ an Ocean 1 Blue Ceramic..one can only dream, right?..
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And a Divers 65 for later this afternoon/evening..the Cal. 400 in this version is very smooth to wind & keeping time within +2 seconds per day, so far...pretty good, I'd say..
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On oyster style bracelet today:
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote: Sat Jan 21, 2023 12:18 pm Speedy for the next little while…




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Looking good. I don't suppose you know the dial size? I'm guessing around 31mm?
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atnits wrote: Tue Jan 24, 2023 6:49 pm
Amor Vincit Omnia wrote: Sat Jan 21, 2023 12:18 pm Speedy for the next little while…




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Looking good. I don't suppose you know the dial size? I'm guessing around 31mm?
34 mm across the crystal so probably around 32 mm from where the white marks begin. 39 mm across the bezel and 42 mm across the asymmetrical case.
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A very overcast damp foggy day.
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Wearing a couple of divers today..starting off w/ an Ocean 1 'Comex'..
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And a bit of blue for later this afternoon/evening..
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An old standby.

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My wife suggested I try a silver crown instead of the black one I had installed:
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rkovars wrote: Wed Jan 25, 2023 5:30 pm An old standby.


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If I'd only gotten into this hobby 20 years earlier!!.. :thumbup:
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My all day at work watch. At least I haven't been bored today...
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Thunder1 wrote: Wed Jan 25, 2023 5:42 pm
rkovars wrote: Wed Jan 25, 2023 5:30 pm An old standby.


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If I'd only gotten into this hobby 20 years earlier!!.. :thumbup:
Better yet 30! I have a book on Vintage Rolex Sports models. The best part is that there are auction results from about 1997-2015 or so. Some of the ones from 1997-1999 are painful to see! Sotheby's London in March 1999. A Rolex MilSub 5513 sold for $3450. Christie's London June 1997 Rolex Explorer 1016 $2992. Christie's London November 1997 GMT Master 1675 $2250.
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Omega Seamaster 300m for today.

Busy day bringing my brother for an eye operation and looking after him, along with looking after my Dad.

Got a new phone so trying out the camera, this has always been a very hard watch for me to photograph but I feel after many changes of settings etc I got a decent photo today.

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