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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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Guess where I've been today??? :D

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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I thought everyday was tennis day? :)

Great watch, beats my modern PRS 516.

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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That Triton is fantastic Rick! Thanks to my girly-man wrists, I can keep some cash in my pocket. If I could pull off 45mm, I'd probably have to buy one. Steinhart only has the SS with a black DLC bezel at the moment. It is not nearly as striking as the stainless bezel. Also don't like the new dial at all. The textured outer dial on the original Triton was the main selling point for me, sort of a bolder version of the dial on my Hamilton Khaki Field.
This is just not as nice (not even close):
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UG White shadow tonight for timing purposes. (and because i love it)

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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In case it rains tomorrow
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Lavaine wrote:That Triton is fantastic Rick! Thanks to my girly-man wrists, I can keep some cash in my pocket. If I could pull off 45mm, I'd probably have to buy one. Steinhart only has the SS with a black DLC bezel at the moment. It is not nearly as striking as the stainless bezel. Also don't like the new dial at all. The textured outer dial on the original Triton was the main selling point for me, sort of a bolder version of the dial on my Hamilton Khaki Field.
This is just not as nice (not even close):
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I really like the new Steinhart Apollon, but In need to get a few CWs first. :D :D :D
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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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This one from 1969 for me this afternoon :D

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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Looks awesome, especially with that strap.
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Peteo wrote:
Mr Rick wrote:Image
Looks awesome, especially with that strap.
I agree totally. Very fine look
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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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Rick, that strap really brings out the gold in the bezel. Certainly makes a statement!

The weather has cooled off, which means it's time to put some watches back on leather. I decided to try the Hirsch Liberty on the Hammy Field:
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This one for an evening out:
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Actually have been wearing my Zenton Bronze today;

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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Parents have gone to New Zealand to watch some rugby so giving this a go to keep track. May end up wearing two watches
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