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  • Thanks for the advice John I think that might have to the case, it will keep it casual too which is a plus

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    • Damn fine watch Brucy :thumbup:
      Preparation and planning prevent piss poor performance

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      • there are a number of looky looky options too, if you want to try before you buy.
        I think I have a non-B tropic 22mm at home somewhere on a standard buckle but it will give you the idea.
        “Strong people are harder to kill than weak people and more useful in general.”


        Despite having the numbers, there is the crazy man in the mountains that none of the tribes will go near!
        Always aim to be that man.

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        • Got some money into my account last night......gone now!

          Kids running around me, I think I just wanted to feel in control if only for 1 second. Punched in a bid in the last seconds of an eBay auction this arvo.


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          • I think Brucy may understand this one. The seiko fleiger style from last week he owns too gave me a real appreciation for legibility.

            Brucy. My srpb07 ended up on an olive NATO. So so comfortable.
            I was a one watch guy until I got my first SEIKO

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            • Another Sinner on the forum You have to look hard to beat the legibility of that dial. Nice catch :thumbup:
              Preparation and planning prevent piss poor performance

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              • Thanks captainscarlet.

                I am sure it is going to be incredibly versatile.

                I had to stop the run of Seiko purchases somehow.

                Really I should be saving for something more special, then again, adding a Sinn is always special right?

                Here's another pic.



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                • Sorry guys I took it off the bracelet straight away so pics on a NATO until I go through the usual rigmarole of spending a small fortune heeing and hawing about which strap








                  Man, I do miss that "like" button. Nice Brucy :thumbup:
                  None of us are as smart as all of us.

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                  • Thanks captainscarlet.

                    I am sure it is going to be incredibly versatile.

                    I had to stop the run of Seiko purchases somehow.

                    Really I should be saving for something more special, then again, adding a Sinn is always special right?

                    Here's another pic.

                    s-l400.jpg


                    Well played Sarbie !
                    None of us are as smart as all of us.

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                    • Sorry guys I took it off the bracelet straight away so pics on a NATO until I go through the usual rigmarole of spending a small fortune heeing and hawing about which strap







                      Man, I do miss that "like" button. Nice Brucy :thumbup:

                      Thanks Cap, Tony & YN... I miss the like button too it was just so damn easy!

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                      • I think Brucy may understand this one. The seiko fleiger style from last week he owns too gave me a real appreciation for legibility.

                        Brucy. My srpb07 ended up on an olive NATO. So so comfortable.

                        That’s a very nice 556I Sarbie, need a wrist shot! I was seriously considering one of these too but I fear the 38mm will be lost on my 9” wrists... good choice on the Olive NATO for the SRPB, I have an Olive canvas for mine which I think works well

                        As John said earlier you get to know what you like and the pilot style legibility is something I’ve come to appreciate and more importantly enjoy

                        All I need is someone to paint the second hand on my SRPB red so it Rangers’ it up a bit

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                        • I think Brucy may understand this one. The seiko fleiger style from last week he owns too gave me a real appreciation for legibility.

                          Brucy. My srpb07 ended up on an olive NATO. So so comfortable.

                          That’s a very nice 556I Sarbie, need a wrist shot! I was seriously considering one of these too but I fear the 38mm will be lost on my 9” wrists... good choice on the Olive NATO for the SRPB, I have an Olive canvas for mine which I think works well

                          As John said earlier you get to know what you like and the pilot style legibility is something I’ve come to appreciate and more importantly enjoy

                          All I need is someone to paint the second hand on my SRPB red so it Rangers’ it up a bit

                          Wrist shot for sure as soon as it arrives.
                          9" wrists! Is that avatar a self portait
                          I was a one watch guy until I got my first SEIKO

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                          • The seiko force is too strong....7a28-7040 the first quartz chronograph coming in


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                              The seiko force is too strong....7a28-7040 the first quartz chronograph coming in


                              Awesome looking watches those 7a28's I have been trying to hunt for a awesome condition one but I bought my SRP639K instead.

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                              • There was something about how beaten up this one is I found endearing but I'm with you coach....keeping my eyes out for a good one too. So long as it isn't real pricey.

                                The way the split second hand screams around the sub dial is fun.
                                I was a one watch guy until I got my first SEIKO

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