Non CW of the Day

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This new (for me) beauty today:

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Brighty for the weekend:

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Wis wrote:This new (for me) beauty today:

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Love it! It looks familiar.....

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Kip wrote:
Wis wrote:This new (for me) beauty today:

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Love it! It looks familiar.....

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:D Nice watch you have there.
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Not worn in a while as my C70s have been getting a lot of attention, so this today.

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http://www.steffans.co.uk/images/D/WAH1115.BA858-Z.jpg

Been wearing my Tag the last day or so. Finally took the protective plastic coating off the back and saw its limited edition number - 085/250. It's not exactly the same as the image above (if it came out) as the bezel is different. Strangely it feels really light on the wrist and I really love it. No complications other than a date and a second hand and I find it really easy to read - white hands/numbers on a black carbon dial.

It's a really nice thing to wear. Tissot tomorrow.
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Tank of a watch for footy.

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Don't normally wear the G-Shock but I thought I would try it down the gym. Still don't like the strap and it is hard to read unless you look at it full on. But it is solar powered and radio controlled so great for checking the other watches.

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This one from 1974 to start the day :)

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DB T-100 with leather strap made by Toshi (Richard Beard)

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chuckf1 wrote:DB T-100 with leather strap made by Toshi (Richard Beard)

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Nice watch. Beautiful strap. Need to invest in one soon.
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Seiko day today..

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Oceanaut Acquatico (Silver). Their equivalent of the C60. But with a much, much better bracelet. Proper 5 link with screws and deployment clasp.

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