Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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tartine.74 wrote:Image

Nicolas

Tut tut..........driving and using a mobile phone/camera!!! :shock: :lol:
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Monkey wrote:
tartine.74 wrote:Image

Nicolas

Tut tut..........driving and using a mobile phone/camera!!! :shock: :lol:

& driving on the WRONG side of the road :lol:
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3000 metres. :shock: I don't think I will go that deep while paddling in the sea.

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Quite thick but as it is titanium it is quite light.
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Love the Breitling, but then I am biased as I am a Breitling fan.

Agree with all the comments about Longines. Unfortunately the one I tried on the strap was huge and would just not go small enough. But yes a few I would buy including that lovely GMt above.

tar tines watch looks interesting too but I don,t recognise it?
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Beastmaster wrote:tar tines watch looks interesting too but I don,t recognise it?
I think it is a Vostok Amphibia.
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if you dont mind me asking how much was the Longines adimiral ?
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That Omega is very nice mate ! Although not sure what date you think it is today
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went for this today as i havnt worn it for at least 3 weeks ( looks better if you click on the image )
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As we have had a bit on Parnis recently I got mine out and changed the Toshi back to SS.

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I had forgotten what a nice and classy watch this is. Looks way more expensive than the actual cost of it.
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Omega for me today as well (although photo not taken today :D )

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A Radomir styled Parnis today.

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Gone vintage with this one from '74 today :D

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This one today...

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Tyke wrote: Wood(n't) have a clue what that one is :lol: Interesting though.
Here's a more conventional view.. :)

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Tyke wrote: Recognise it now as I've seen it / that face on here before. I probably said then it was the only seiko i'd ever seen that I'd contemplate buying (not my brand) & the side view has only reinforced that opinion. Nice but I guess towards the top end of Seiko's pricing?
Not at all. I got it late last year from a Seiko shop in USA. Paid about £130 (which was a bit of a bargain). Currently $295 on Amazon.com
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