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  • Anyone seen one of these before, sure it dates to 1968, Rowan you got this model in your collection, its got to be a rare one. Click image for larger version

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    'Man Invented time, Cyma Perfected it.'

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    • That is an unusual piece! Never even heard of that brand. The Pulsar (by Hamilton) was the first commercially availabe digital in 1972, so it is unlikely to be from the sixties. Pierre Remy Watches was a registered corporation in US & Canada in 1975 - maybe them?
      If I think of something witty, I'll be sure to write it here.

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      • Originally posted by sjb View Post
        That is an unusual piece! Never even heard of that brand. The Pulsar (by Hamilton) was the first commercially availabe digital in 1972, so it is unlikely to be from the sixties. Pierre Remy Watches was a registered corporation in US & Canada in 1975 - maybe them?
        Pretty sure this is the NZ brand (Remy) assembled by Pilbrows in Taupo.
        “I want to touch base on how we’ll synergize the pivot going forward”

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          Will soon find out, have emailed Rowan at Pilbrows.

      • No one managed to guess the last one I posted - so will give it another go... Maybe a simple one or not.

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        • Here’s an easy one for Pete.



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          • Originally posted by LeroyC View Post
            Here’s an easy one for Pete.




            Welome to 2019 .. new years resolution is to mess with Pete's head as much as possible LOL.

            Guessing a Black Smart watch .
            Not sure what the 2nd picture is , but it could change my whole thought process

            Rest easy Matty , My best Mate and Son

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            • Originally posted by pedro44 View Post


              Welome to 2019 .. new years resolution is to mess with Pete's head as much as possible LOL.

              Guessing a Black Smart watch .
              Not sure what the 2nd picture is , but it could change my whole thought process
              Well done mate. The second pic tells you the brand. It’s a bit more obscure than the other two hints.

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              • 2nd pic is Nathan Lane in The Bird Cage (Albert Goldman)
                If I think of something witty, I'll be sure to write it here.

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                • Apple....? I got there from some pretty obscure non PC thinking. So apple watch?

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                  I was a one watch guy until I got my first SEIKO

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                  • Originally posted by Sarbie View Post
                    Apple....? I got there from some pretty obscure non PC thinking. So apple watch?

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                    Bingo.

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                    • Really loved the look of this when it was released, but the 41mm case I thought just a tad too large for the true vintage vibe. Roll on late July and we have it 38mm Used a £100 discount voucher I had so I can scratch that new/next watch itch whilst I wait in vain for a BB58.

                      https://www.christopherward.co.uk/c65-trident-vintage-4


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                      • Originally posted by sjb View Post
                        Really loved the look of this when it was released, but the 41mm case I thought just a tad too large for the true vintage vibe. Roll on late July and we have it 38mm Used a £100 discount voucher I had so I can scratch that new/next watch itch whilst I wait in vain for a BB58.

                        https://www.christopherward.co.uk/c65-trident-vintage-4


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                        Nice, look forward to a review and wrist shots when it arrives.
                        'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder' - but lets face it some people have better eyesight than others!

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                        • CW looks very tidy, nice, smart and subtle

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                          • there was a time when i had a serious dislike toward CW offerings but now i think they are starting to find a bit of an identity of their own and rather like some of what they produce.
                            the above being one of them, like the lume and glossy dial.
                            “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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                            • I think they've upped their game quality-wise quite a bit in the last couple of years - and probably too much of a stretch to still regard them as a microbrand, given the amount of watches they produce and sell. I particularly like the quick-release bracelet - I'm often loathe to remove factory-fitted SEL bracelets as they can be an arse to get back on and usually result in lug scratches and dings (and swearing). The new Trident Mk3 looks really well put together too, and available in 38, 40 & 43mm.
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