Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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st-rider wrote:
footycrazy wrote:...Gave mine a polish today, its been neglected lately :( ...
...but what about the watch? boom! boom! :lol:
Yeah that as well, need more watch porn :lol:
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Very nice indeed 8)
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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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footycrazy wrote:
Clarky wrote:
DSHall wrote: Thanks mate, I have a dial and hand mod for this that I will fit some time soon. Pictures of before and after will be posted of course :)
Clarky, now why would you want to alter perfection ?

Gave mine a polish today, its been neglected lately :(

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Very nice Graham, I keep looking at the De Ville power reserve, tempting, very tempting.
This is the mod for the SMP... same dial but with applied batons + logo and a planet ocean seconds hand, as it suits the style / shape of the batons and exsisting hands a lot better as the only round bit on the watch face is the circle on the current second hand :(
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Breitling Colt GMT.

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Halios LAGUNA

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ianblyth wrote:Breitling Colt GMT.
Don't blame you, Ian. The more I see it, the more I like it.

Quartz RLT for me today:
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RLT Watch Co., England. Good name for a watch company, eh?

(Edit: old pic, hence the date!)
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Very nice Graham, I keep looking at the De Ville power reserve, tempting, very tempting.
This is the mod for the SMP... same dial but with applied batons + logo and a planet ocean seconds hand, as it suits the style / shape of the batons and exsisting hands a lot better as the only round bit on the watch face is the circle on the current second hand :(
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Oh OK, I somehow envisaged a disaster, but that's perfectly suitable, you may go ahead my friend :lol:
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Samurai today on maratac 8)

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Sterile Explorer GMT homage on NATO. At least there is no worries about the logo. :lol:

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ianblyth wrote:Sterile Explorer GMT homage on NATO. At least there is no worries about the logo. :lol:

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Very nice. A Naomi Klein? 
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Notice the brand is Heuer. I won't own a Tag.

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SMP today (old photo).

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