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What watch do you wear?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Doran, Apr 21, 2008.

  1. BIGWEB

    Wise Guy

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    In love with this at the moment.

    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  2. randomshenans

    Capodecina

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    lovely that
     
  3. Skidder

    Man of Honour

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    Fifty fathoms is class.
     
  4. GSXRMovistar

    Sgarrista

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    Location: London UK

    Lovely watch and digging the domed glass. :cool:
     
  5. BIGWEB

    Wise Guy

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    Only got it this week. Makes the finishing on my Rolex look very 'industrial'
     
  6. GSXRMovistar

    Sgarrista

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  7. tek81

    Wise Guy

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  8. ajf

    Mobster

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    My dream watch. Closest to a George Daniels I’ll ever get !
     
  9. Pyr0m@nI@]{

    Hitman

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  10. GSXRMovistar

    Sgarrista

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    It's a big watch (42mm) but not too big if that makes sense, however the BR 01 at 46mm is too big for me.

    Will try and remember to grab some when next on.
     
  11. panthro

    Capodecina

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    I love the Blancpain FF. Everything about it is perfect IMO.
     
  12. frisbie

    Associate

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    M&S £25. Thousands of years ago my mother bought me an Omega for my 21st. Still got it but the time keeping is rubbish compared with my M&S chronometer.
     
  13. hughtrimble

    Mobster

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    I'd be very surprised if it's a chronometer if it cost £25. The certification for that would mean such a price would make them lose money, I'd suggest.
     
  14. Pyr0m@nI@]{

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    chronograph perhaps?
     
  15. Skidder

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    Hast the Omega had a service recently in its thousands of years of use? Lousy time keeping usually easily remedied.
     
  16. Pyr0m@nI@]{

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  17. Wizardskills

    Wise Guy

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    Picked up this UG the other month and it has just got back from being serviced.

    It is a Italian railway conductors watch, UG were commissioned to make them back in the late 60's. It's such a cool watch from an iconic brand for not too much money.

    [​IMG]
     
  18. dod

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  19. Pyr0m@nI@]{

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    The blue has been confirmed according to comments on the Kickstarter page :)
    I was looking at the same ones lol either white or blue.
    I'd like the ratcheting clasp and maybe the additional 12hr bezel as well.
    There's been some discussion of possibly slightly thinner cases for the sellitas and display backs too.
    I think if there's a chance to slim the case down, even by fractions of a mm, I may upgrade
     
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  20. dod

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    I think it's just a poll for the blue, along with a couple of other colours, could be wrong with that though :)