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  • 6th April 2018 - WAYWOF

    Allow us to kick it off for a change

    (Bit blurry, sorry, bit early)



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  • #2
    Home office today so giving the vinyl a bit of a thrashing, have a great day



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    “I want to touch base on how we’ll synergize the pivot going forward”

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    • #3
      Hamilton Pilot's watch

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      • #4
        Kia Ora. Have a great weekend all.
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        'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder' - but lets face it some people have better eyesight than others!

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          That Tudor is one classy looking watch. Bulova moon watch for me today. Have a great weekend Click image for larger version

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          Preparation and planning prevent piss poor performance

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          • #6
            Classy Friday gents. I've gone for a diver that hasn't had much wrist time. Love it though.
            At the park with dog daughter and dolphin (hence the diver )




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            Last edited by Sarbie; 06-04-18, 11:55.
            the gold bracelet thing was my dads necklace he gave me before he died...but i dont like things round ma neck

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            • #7
              Originally posted by OmegaPro View Post
              Hamilton Pilot's watch


              From the size of the markers, I'm guessing GG-W-113 issued in the 1970s?
              Last edited by Don; 06-04-18, 12:54.
              A watch journey that also serves the betterment of others is one worth taking.

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              • #8
                Bingo! 1973. Looks like someone tried to open the one piece case from the back.

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                • #9
                  Also a work from home day... so have a nice big chunky chronograph on. Tried to get the OEM Ti bracelet for it... 3000 dollars quoted... Could not believe it... I think it will be staying on the BC rubber for a while to come...
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                    Ninja Turtle

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ID:	40928 Vostok Amphibia (Amphibian).....
                      While i'm not as good as i once was.....i'm as good once as i ever was.......!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by OmegaPro View Post
                        Bingo! 1973. Looks like someone tried to open the one piece case from the back.


                        Very nice. This is an earlier Hamilton GG-W-113 with monocoque case—later ones had screw-in case backs. Yeah, a little unfortunate with the tool marks, but that’s the consequence of some manufacturers in the late-1960s, for some reason that escapes me, designed their one-piece case to appear as if it had a case back. We see this in your recent acquisition, and of this identical-spec Benrus GG-W-113 from GSA Contract 1975...






                        Also in this early-70s Benrus Automatic Diver





                        Note the helpful "Open Thru Crystal" ... I can think also of a few vintage IWC monocoque-case gents watch of the 70s. On the other hand, Omega and Seiko one-piece case designs of the period didn’t exhibit such press-in case back look.


                        A watch journey that also serves the betterment of others is one worth taking.

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                        • #13
                          trying out the GS on a bonetto rubber, with go fast carbon fibre effect
                          wearing it as tight as I can to get the bugger to shape! very thick for a bonetto.

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                          I like the rubber, bit of a sporty look. I have 2 Steveo straps inbound and the leather is for the GS...
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                          Last edited by deerworrier; 06-04-18, 13:19.
                          “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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                          • #14
                            Beautiful GS Spring Diver GMT, deerworrier! ...If the SD GMT SBGE201 is the "ultimate evolution" of the late-1960s Seiko Navigator-Timer 6117-8000...






                            ...then this watch is might be viewed as the Navigator-Timer 6117-8000 "resurrectedback to life"—4th GMT-hand calibrated to the hour hand, domed acrylic crystal, tension-wire-fitted bezel, late-60s watchmaking technology, and all...






                            Keeping Scouser company ...Vostok Komandirskie 65 GMT
                            Last edited by Don; 06-04-18, 14:00.
                            A watch journey that also serves the betterment of others is one worth taking.

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                              Making an appearance at Matarangi. Click image for larger version

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                              'I hope, when i die, my wife doesn't sell my watches for what I told her I paid for them.'

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