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  • Waywof, 8.5.2020

    Morning all,not long now. Top sellers in the 50s - 60s these 2. Click image for larger version

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    'Man Invented time, Cyma Perfected it.'

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    today I'm wearing this sexy little number...
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    “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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    • deerworrier
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      it is an embarrassingly good watch for the money, a lot of the larger manufacturers should take note on what can be done. the bracelet is lovely and really does make the watch a cut above its price level competitors and a few above too.
      i'm going to do a review on it fairly soon as its worthy of one. i also want Newmark to make a 3hander manual wind reissue so i can have a trio of chrono, dive & time only in quartz, auto & manual

    • Hammers
      Hammers commented
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      Nice and yep the bracelet rocks.

    • Don
      Don commented
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      A post from deerworrier with the body “today I'm wearing this sexy little number...” ...Thank goodness the image didn’t take too long to load! ;D ...+1 with others on the bracelet—I’ve had this type of design on a number of watches, mostly 1970s vintage, and always find it both attractive and comfortably wrist-conforming… Looking them up now, I like that they kept the case a classic 39mm, and Miyota 9039 is a great choice.

      Re manual-wind, Miyota hasn’t produced one since the 80s, DW. However, those handwinds, the 8260/8270, were just 8200 Series with the rotor weight removed. So, I think a watchmaker could modify one from a 82xx. Current Seagull ST17 are essentially just that, Miyota-style 8200 with no rotor.

  • #3
    Trusty old Breitling all this week.

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    Preparation and planning prevent piss poor performance

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    • #4
      Have a good one all

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      • #5
        Last weekend in lockdown we hope. HAGW

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        If I think of something witty, I'll be sure to write it here.

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          Have a good weekend all.
          'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder' - but lets face it some people have better eyesight than others!

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          • Don
            Don commented
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            Artistically blurry today ...Legend Omega.

          • Hammers
            Hammers commented
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            Perhaps a photo in focus

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          Lol... was waiting on the photos loading and couldn’t help thinking DW was going to post a picture of himself in a little black dress... not sure why that sprang to mind but never mind, then the Newmark popped up and it is truly a gorgeous wee number. They have come out with some very nice watches and I do like that vintage diver style. Looks even better on that bracelet.

          Joining you Cap with the B today doing nothing more exciting than tap tap tap on the bloody keyboard




          Have a good one gents

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          • captainscarlet1
            captainscarlet1 commented
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            Not long till whiskyoclock though mate

          • Don
            Don commented
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            Oops... I commented on deerworrier's opening line without reading yours first, Brucy hahaha... yes, exactly as you say

        • #8
          It’s Fri-YAY!!! Time to get the f@%k outta here cause it’s beer-o-clock.

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          • #9
            Nothing sexy going on here. The first EPSON-signed (on the case back) Orient Automatic Diver's 200m... Seiko Epson, i.e. "Suwa", has not put its logo on a mechanical diver since 1988--the 150m Diver 6309-729x "Slim Case". While most look at its case and see a miniaturized Orient Diver 300m Saturation, to me, it is a 6309-729x reborn.




            ORIENT "MECHANICAL" Diver's 200m RA-EL0003B
            On the instruments we entrust to pace our lives, to bear witness to our days, and to be the keepers of the most precious thing we have... time.

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            • #10
              Mostly this one. Past 5, wine o’clock.

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              • retlaw4
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                Such a clean design! I wish they popped up for sale more often - I'm sure I can convince my wife that I need one

              • kiwi.bloke
                kiwi.bloke commented
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                Yup, classic and timeless. I’ve got a handful and it’s a case style that I’m happy to keep more than one in the collection.

            • #11
              HKED Bundeswehr chronograph



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              Last edited by Admin; 09-05-20, 14:41.
              Tony Lewis
              New Zealand

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              • captainscarlet1
                captainscarlet1 commented
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                Keep em coming mate.

              • cyma
                cyma commented
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                Hey Tony,good to see ya back, you keep posting some of those nice watches you have tucked away,

              • Hammers
                Hammers commented
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                Hi Tony. Catch up for a coffee once we are at L2?

            • #12
              Originally posted by kiwi.bloke View Post
              Mostly this one. Past 5, wine o’clock.

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              So much so, got up this morning and of all the watches out, strapped this on for the first hours surfing and news reading.

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              • #13
                Duh,
                Wanted to be early (for once) yesterday and also wanted to take a better framed shot, with a torch to make it lume more stupidly but ended up muppeting the day

                Anyway, heres my earliebird (for me) shot from yesterday.

                CitiZen AutoZilla

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                Serial:
                One D One Million & Twenty One
                #1D1000021
                Harlan
                Timekeeper Watch Club
                New Zealand, Pacific Ocean, Earth

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