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strapline wrote:
Sat Feb 20, 2021 11:17 am
Thegreyman wrote:
Sat Feb 20, 2021 10:47 am
Third day in a row for this, I always find this watch incredibly accurate, has only lost 4 seconds in over 2 days. Not bad for a nearly 40 year old 7750.
I always admire this watch, I love how it has aged. The wear around the tachymeter scale, the lume pips and the ageing lume in the hands. The subdials are gorgeous, too. There's no substitute for real vintage. A lovely watch, Patrick.

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I like that it is something different to my new modern divers, and wears its signs of age well..
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Clean Ocean today. Closest I'll be getting to the sea for a while!
Had to take a side-by-side ... I honestly thought that nothing would get close to the Aquis' gradient dial.
The SC definitely gives it a run for its money in my books.

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I was working outside and stepped into the, dark, garage.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
Sat Feb 20, 2021 11:25 am
#ShakaSaturday - new in within four days from the USA.


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Draken Tugela 3.0 'Shaka' - exclusive run of 50 pieces for WatchGuage.com, with full lume dial.

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Great choice Sir..!
I was a bit confused when you hadnt got one!!!

I still need to size my bracelet (or use my other one!) So mine switches between an aged chocolate leather, and this Barton leather. I think this Barton is literally made for this watch!


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Must be home time!


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Eating in a glass pod. Kinda cool

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^^^^ ^^^^
We have similar along the Thames in London. Well we did until the new, new lockdown rules. Now we can't even buy a take away beer anywhere :(

At least the parks are still open …

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
Sat Feb 20, 2021 4:27 pm
I was working outside and stepped into the, dark, garage.

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Love it! Can’t beat a good lume shot and that is just that
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It'sAliveJim wrote:^^^^ ^^^^
We have similar along the Thames in London. Well we did until the new, new lockdown rules. Now we can't even buy a take away beer anywhere :(

At least the parks are still open …

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We are now at level 3 of 6 of severity. Businesses that have our county’s “5-star rating”, which is most businesses, are at level 2. The county of 150,000+ only has single digit cases per day now. Restaurants are full. For whatever reason, the virus is just going away. Supposedly all restrictions will be lifted before summer. Most are still wearing masks.
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