Non CW of the Day

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It's been the Super-duper-Ocean for over a week now....
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So I wish I was James Bond, just for the day.
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[quote="Richard B"]It's been the Super-duper-Ocean for over a week now....
This looks a great watch, I've just taken delivery of my first chrono, so maybe a Brietling one day.


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Very nice Richard, complete with flying B and proper crown and pushers as opposed to those acorn things. What size is it?
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Yes, this one is a bit "old school" now, and a bit battered. Thinking of maybe a service next year. 42mm James, and 16.9mm thick!
So I wish I was James Bond, just for the day.
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Vintage day today

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Richard B wrote:Yes, this one is a bit "old school" now, and a bit battered. Thinking of maybe a service next year. 42mm James, and 16.9mm thick!
That's a proper man's sized watch! Must be weighty too?

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198g to be precise!

But, it's comfy. The rounded caseback sits nicely on the wrist, crown nicely away from the wrist and the bracelet is a beauty.
So I wish I was James Bond, just for the day.
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My vintage constellation today (old picture)
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Leo David wrote:asqwerth - very elegant watches. I like the Wittnauer a lot. Really lovely.
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One of my favourites today (old photo).

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Berkshire wrote:One of my favourites today (old photo).

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Wow , that looks fantastic ,great picture Richard :thumbup:
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