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CDesign wrote:Very strange because I wore it 24/7 day and night.
You sleep with a watch on?
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Before I had the Malvern, yes. It's even on in the shower. It is titanium, it weights "nothing" and, more important, in the morning I'm not all that concentrated so I keep forgetting stuff. This way I wonn't forget my watch.

My Malvern is not on during the night and not in the shower.
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Years ago I did. Then at one point in my life I only wore a watch to work and none during the weekends. To this day, I very seldom wear a watch on the weekends, but due to my recent acquisition of my Malvern Auto, that will definitely change; but I will only wear when going out with the wife, that sort of thing.
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For me life is not possible without a watch. I always wear a watch. I have a thing for time. I'm fascineted about the theory of time traveling and the SF-storys with time traveling. What happens with time when you reach lightspeed.

On my desk is a radio controlled clock. It gets the exact time from the DCF77 in Frankfurt, Germany. But, do I have the exact time here in Nunspeet? No, It will take a fraction of a second for the signal to get here. Although it travels at lightspeed, and what happens with time at lightspeed.........
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I know no one wrote on this on, but in the meantime I became "richer" in my young collection:
Stowa Antea Creme, C4SST, CW Aviator, Nautica Yacht Club 46, Lorus Sports, ZentRa, Pobeda, and some fashion ones: Swatch Irony Bushmaster, Fossil Vintage, T.Hilfiger, Esprit.
Maybe, if my skills in photography improve, I will post some nice shots of the beautiful Antea and Aviator.
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Post by ionutz »

Does anyone heard about priosa? All I know is that Priosa is a german watch factory.
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