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  • WAYWOF 15 January 2021

    Earlyish start for a big weekend of being on call. Something tough and legible with solid lume required. Just needs the date set!

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    Last edited by harlansmart; 16-01-21, 15:02.
    Actively seeking Tuna of all shapes and sizes...to hunt your pride of lions...

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    Seiko. slight Mod

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    'Man Invented time, Cyma Perfected it.'

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    • #3
      Looking forward to a fancy Friday
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      • Don
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        This is very pleasing to the eyes, and echoes the appeal of the early-1990s Age of Discovery line. Bombe lugs reminds me of late-60s Presmatic 33 Jewels.

      • retlaw4
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        Those numerals are pure class

    • #4
      A cool start to the day down here wearing my new favourite work watch. Hagwe.



      Sent from my Nokia 6.1 using Tapatalk

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      • harlansmart
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        Very nice model, perfect for the aspiring farm hand.

    • #5
      Have a great weekend.

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

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      • Gauss
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        Looking good. SPB143?

      • Stevo_iwc
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        Yes, new acquisition.

      • harlansmart
        harlansmart commented
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        ooooh, new watch, good spotting Gauss

        Very nice choice

    • #6
      Have a great weekend all!





      G

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      • #7
        I’ve been with this 74 6139 all this week. A bit worse for wear....but still going......A bit like me really.
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        Have a great weekend .
        Preparation and planning prevent piss poor performance

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        • Don
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          Actually, in quite good original condition by today's standard, Captain'. Suits that nato well.

        • captainscarlet1
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          Now I come to think of it Don, the watch is probably in better nick than I am. (I never know what day it is either lol) The G10 (NATO) strap is almost as old as the watch too.

        • harlansmart
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          Looks awesome CS1

      • #8
        Trusty casio Gwg1000 for another busy and beautiful day in the capital have a fantastic Friday and safe weekend everyone

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        • Artemis12
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          Thanks Don it definitely would need a wash before it goes on display "lol"

        • harlansmart
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          Solid patinae

        • Artemis12
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          Just washed it, patina gone

      • #9
        Afternoon TKNZ

        SEIKO SBBN007/017/031



        Carried by 20mm black/pvd Zulu



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        NF SE

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        • #10
          I’m on day 1 of my summer holiday today. I’m cruising around in Christchurch on a beautiful sunny day and I thought I’d wear something a bit special for a change.

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          • Don
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            "Very" special

          • harlansmart
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            Extremely beautiful

            COMMANDER

            ye !

        • #11
          As I put this Citizen on today, I thought of our new member, Ghen--not sure whether he is still around? I recall how he found current automatic diver's watches to be very heavy ( https://www.timekeeper.co.nz/forum/w...4895#post64895 ). Well, just in case he does see this, it's a Promaster Automatic Diver's 200m NY0040, manufactured from 1997-2020. At 42mm excl. crown, this diver is full-size, but not over-sized like those newer dive watches, and weights only 10 g more than Ghen's new Seiko Presage SSA343J1.





          I wear mine on the stock rubber dive straps, but if these were swapped out for a lighter silicone set, that 10 g difference would disappear. The NY0040 is discontinued, but some online stockists, especially in Europe, still carry them--check eBay.
          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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          • lepo76
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            such a nice shot! that is one of the watches issued to the Italian navy’s. It’s on my list to eventually get, maybe next time I’ll go back to Italy since there are a few Citizens resellers in a city near by where my mum lives

          • Don
            Don commented
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            Yes ...one of the Marina Militare 500m. This is my third one over a space of a decade, so I do like them a lot. Hope your mother and any other family member back in Italy stay safe and well during these trying times.

          • harlansmart
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            Purely functional and that sublime shot also makes it looks very classy

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          • Don
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            SARB047 is one great Fieldmaster Alpinist revival.

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          Something different for me, a good old ‘Russian’ chronograph.

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          • retlaw4
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            Now that is niiiice! love the lume too

          • harlansmart
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            So many ruskies

          • Scouser
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            Very classy.....i love that....

        • #14
          Tudor for me today. One of my grab and go watches
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          • Don
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            This number is full of charm, retlaw4. The way the dial has aged makes it one of a kind.

          • harlansmart
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            ye !

            money shot, very slick

            hell ur good at that

            LOVE that display

        • #15
          I haven't been wearing either of these today but they have been referred to many times during the day as they live on display in the bedroom (so I guess that might count under waywof rules?). B​​​​oth recently given to me in rough condition. Ian Daniels has done a nice job bringing them back to life.

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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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