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  • Waywof - 11 September 2020

    Happy Friday to everyone. Have a fantastic and safe weekend

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    BOLDR day again but now with the titanium bracelet :D

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    • harlansmart
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      I like that quite a bit.

    • LeroyC
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      Me too. Very cool on the bracelet.

    • Scouser
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      Awesome....a real 'looker'.....

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    Seiko 7s26 hard to find now,, SKX179. stainless bezel.

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    Last edited by cyma; 11-09-20, 08:56.
    'Man Invented time, Cyma Perfected it.'

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    • #4
      SEIKO baby Tuna
      Made from 3 models 2001-17
      With Saphir + grey Maratac Zulu

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      • #5

        Friday Seeeiko

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        • harlansmart
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          Traffic light seconds + pin cushion case = Win

        • Don
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          Does actually look distinctively different from the original 6105, e.g. Artemis12's opening post, doesn't it.

        • Artemis12
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          From what I've seen and read so far, the fit and finish is totally awesome. Throw any 20mm rubber on it to go old school just brilliant Plus a great way to pick up 61 that's all original
          Last edited by Artemis12; 11-09-20, 16:10.

      • #6
        My first Russian purchase, 5 years ago......

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        While i'm not as good as i once was.....i'm as good once as i ever was.......!

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        • harlansmart
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          aaaahhhh, so this is all your fault is it ?!

        • Scouser
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          Yeah mate, im to blame.....bwaharrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

      • #7
        Hagwe



        Sent from my Nokia 6.1 using Tapatalk

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        • #8

          CITIZEN "PROMASTER Automatic" Diver's 200m NY0040

          This specimen has a manufacture date of January 2020, and it remains to be seen whether this is among the final production batch of the NY0040, introduced in 1997. Originally released to counter the Seiko Automatic Diver's 200m SKX007 (1996-2018), the NY0040 outlasted, though never outsold, The Classic '007. A slightly acquired taste, those who see this Citizen's charms (and not everyone will) tend to appreciate it more with every passing year.
          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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          • #9
            GMT today, and yesterday. HAGW!

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

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            • #10
              Why does this seem familiar?
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              • Don
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                Hmm... déjà vu

            • #11
              Also my first Russian. Simplistic perfection. With a decent WR as well. And easy to polish glass. And screw down crown. And legible. Also excellent strap. Great case style as well.

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              • Don
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                Amphibias are a dream come true for vintage dive watch lovers who want to relive the 1960s the way those watches were intended to be used.

            • #12
              Another great range of time pieces today have a fantastic weekend everyone

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