Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Very nice John. Clear and uncompromising; great diver. Not seen it before, have you had it long?

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MiniMpi wrote:Orient Mako Yellow Dial on a rubber strap for washing my MINI Cooper S today :)

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Nice touch with the droplets of water on the watch Ferg!! Looks great!! :thumbup:

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
Very nice John. Clear and uncompromising; great diver. Not seen it before, have you had it long?

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Thanks Guy. Just arrived from Portugal yesterday via TWF forum :D

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Winnie Bloo wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:Orient Mako Yellow Dial on a rubber strap for washing my MINI Cooper S today :)

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Nice touch with the droplets of water on the watch Ferg!! Looks great!! :thumbup:

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Thanks buddy :)
The droplets were definitely not planned, looks great though :)

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Wearing this one today

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Working on 3 straight days for me w/ the Racetimer, unusual for me but I'm really diggin' it...

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...hating the new photobucket mobile app update though, it's total garbage. Anyone know how to revert to the previous version?
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Re: Non CW of the Day

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It'll have to be my Orange Ray on an almost matching Nato that I recently picked up.
Never fancied a Nato strap before but yeah, it's very comfortable was my initial thoughts. :)
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vikingdrvr wrote:...hating the new photobucket mobile app update though, it's total garbage. Anyone know how to revert to the previous version?
I couldn't agree more. It's a serious step backwards. :(
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Re: Non CW of the Day

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vikingdrvr wrote:
...hating the new photobucket mobile app update though, it's total garbage. Anyone know how to revert to the previous version?
Use TapaTalk instead? Really easy and reliable.

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theaub wrote:
watchstudent wrote:
theaub wrote:Haven't worn this in a while so thought I'd start the working year with it. I intend to let it see more wrist time this year:

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Can I ask why on earth you haven't been wearing that?! Explorers I and II are the only Rolex I like, and I REALLY like them :thumbup:
It's what I wear on really special occasions, but now I just want to wear it more. Whenever I put it on it just feels so comfortable. No matter what people say, Rolexes are fantastic watches.
i agree, most of the range I think are too flash for my liking but this one and explorer 1 are going to be in heavy contention for my belated graduation present to myself (belated as I will have to work awhile to buy one!) I think a Rolex is made to be worn all the time, so you should just strap that badboy to your wrist
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Re: Non CW of the Day

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welshlad wrote:
vikingdrvr wrote:...hating the new photobucket mobile app update though, it's total garbage. Anyone know how to revert to the previous version?
I couldn't agree more. It's a serious step backwards. :(
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
vikingdrvr wrote:
...hating the new photobucket mobile app update though, it's total garbage. Anyone know how to revert to the previous version?
Use TapaTalk instead? Really easy and reliable.

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Feel the same. I'm using Tapatalk instead and it's good.

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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vikingdrvr wrote:Working on 3 straight days for me w/ the Racetimer, unusual for me but I'm really diggin' it...

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...hating the new photobucket mobile app update though, it's total garbage. Anyone know how to revert to the previous version?
I do like the Racetimer it's great value for a ETA 7750 Chronograph.
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reggie747 wrote:It'll have to be my Orange Ray on an almost matching Nato that I recently picked up.
Never fancied a Nato strap before but yeah, it's very comfortable was my initial thoughts. :)
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Congratulations on your membership of the I :heart: NATO Club Reggie :thumbup:

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Although, to be ever so picky, you should tuck the loose end back under! :lol:
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