Klyde - November 2022

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Klyde - November 2022

Post by Klyde »

Just posting a quick pick of my tiny collection:
First image is my CW watches, Second is the rest of my collection - Some valuable, but most not.
CWL C60 Trident 600 GMT
CWL C60 Trident 316L Limited Edition (249/316)
Bulova Precisionist Diver with bezel lock
Seiko Professional Diver
Invicta Reserve Chrono
Charles Hubert Chrono
Charles Hubert Gold Diver
Oceanaut Chronograph
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Re: Klyde - November 2022

Post by Bahnstormer_vRS »

Some interesting pieces there and good to see another Divetimer. :wink: :wink:

Your Seiko (SKX?) looks like it's taken a bit of a hammering. Is that a daily wear / work watch?


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Re: Klyde - November 2022

Post by Amor Vincit Omnia »

A decent collection there and, as Guy says, the Divetimer is a bit of a rare beast.
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