Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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highway62 wrote:Image
Really lovely
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gwells wrote: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.

Still pretty good though. :thumbup:

I wonder why it jumped about? Did you leave it in the same position every night?
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stefs wrote:
highway62 wrote:Image
Really lovely
I like it :thumbup:
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A cat and a Sinn..

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Prefer the watch...cat allergy
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How did you get the watch to stay so still?
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ddav wrote:How did you get the watch to stay so still?
Whisper it, but I think it's resting on the crown (don't tell Kip). It's an old picture TBH and I can't remember taking it. I can see it's been cropped though. :)
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I won't tell, I got a right shellacking last time I did that.
Started the day with this
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And finishing with something else Germanic.
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ddav wrote:And finishing with something else Germanic.
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He's certainly a menace at times
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It'sAliveJim wrote:
gwells wrote: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.

Still pretty good though. :thumbup:

I wonder why it jumped about? Did you leave it in the same position every night?
you know, i think it was resting on the back the first few nights. and last night i wore it to bed. i almost always wear my watches to bed, an old habit. but a couple of them (the AT and the C60, in particular) have a "hum" that i can hear through my pillow sometimes before i fall asleep and i take them off. but wearing it to bed may be part of the difference.
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My latest affordable Seiko Dive watch. It is a 7002 modified with a new Scubapro dial and PloProf type hands on a wjean mesh bracelet. The lume is new and bright but vintage beige in colour so it looks aged. It was a lot cheaper than a real Omega baby PloProf! :)

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Seeing all the Balls over the last few days has encouraged me to give mine an airing.

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Great looking watch Nick and a good picture :thumbup:

Wearing this today.

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smegwina wrote:Seeing all the Balls over the last few days has encouraged me to give mine an airing.

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Another nice Ball watch. :)
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