Non CW of the Day

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stefs wrote:After yesterdays omega shaped trauma this one today on yet another new strap! This time an ultra soft tropic style rubber jobbie. Iij/graham?
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Now that looks very well stefs ! :)

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Cirrus wrote:
Leo David wrote:Love that old Tissot, Cirrus.
I do as well ;)
I have another, but unfortunately the movement is very sick.

I have just bought another watch with a near identical movement - also sickly - but am hoping that between them one working watch can be created...
Good luck. It'll be nice to see that electronic Omega working again. I'm developing a real soft spot for tuning fork and electronic movements.
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Wearing the Ball today:

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It's funny how wrist shots make watches seem bigger than they are as this actually wears really well, maybe it's a foreshortening effect.... :problem:
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Berkshire wrote:Image
Very sporty, Richard.
It runs rings round some others :thumbup:
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Phil0886 wrote:Wearing the Ball today:

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It's funny how wrist shots make watches seem bigger than they are as this actually wears really well, maybe it's a foreshortening effect.... :problem:
Yeah, but it has 'presence' doesn't it? As Balls tend to do, they look nice and always shout 'quality'.
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bspj wrote:
Phil0886 wrote:Wearing the Ball today:

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It's funny how wrist shots make watches seem bigger than they are as this actually wears really well, maybe it's a foreshortening effect.... :problem:
Yeah, but it has 'presence' doesn't it? As Balls tend to do, they look nice and always shout 'quality'.
At the risk of continuing with this euphemism laden post (bpsj - i am shocked that a man of your standing could write the above ;) :D )

That is a cracking Ball.
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Happy Friday :D

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Cheap beater today.

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Tor Billon wrote:Image
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Very nice, I like it a lot!
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smegwina wrote:
bspj wrote: Yeah, but it has 'presence' doesn't it? As Balls tend to do, they look nice and always shout 'quality'.
At the risk of continuing with this euphemism laden post (bpsj - i am shocked that a man of your standing could write the above ;) :D )

That is a cracking Ball.
Smeggers, I don't know what you mean! :oops:
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finishing up the week of timing the aqua terra.

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gwells wrote:finishing up the week of timing the aqua terra.

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And…?
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overall it's, if memory serves, about -1 over 5-6 days. it was -2 on day one, then 0, 0, then +4 and -3. so overall good, but a little more "jumpy" in that it fluctuated more than i expected the last couple of days.
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