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  1. adam78 Adam @ ΩF Staff Member Sep 4, 2015

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    So glad you were able to keep it! Looks fantastic.
     
  2. dougiedude Carpe horologium! Sep 4, 2015

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    My 14 y. o. daughter's electronic alarm clock no longer works for her, so last night I strapped this to her bed post, and she awoke to "barking metal crickets"... She looked a little frazzled at breakfast :confused:..but she was right on time!

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  3. 1685 Sep 4, 2015

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    Last wear of 1961 GA Special until restoration phase 1 (bezel locking mechanism and crown).
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  4. x3no Sep 4, 2015

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    Thanks, was a tough choice but I think I made the right one :)
     
  5. base615 Sep 4, 2015

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    My character filled Baby Ploprof on (seriously bright) orange Nato.

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  6. adam78 Adam @ ΩF Staff Member Sep 4, 2015

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    Bike ride this morning.
     
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  7. TexOmega Sep 4, 2015

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    354 bumper circa 1954

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    Opened it up to find this, always a good sign.

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  8. TexOmega Sep 4, 2015

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    Love it....much like a Carrera in layout. Is there a Val72 inside? Year?
     
  9. tdn-dk Sep 4, 2015

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  10. adam78 Adam @ ΩF Staff Member Sep 4, 2015

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    Lemania 1281, essentially the same base caliber as the Omega 321 AFAIK. ca. late '50s. It's not large (33mm) but that's okay on my medium wrist.

    Here's a shot of it next to my contemporaneous CK 2907:

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  11. Giff2577 Quick with the tools! Sep 4, 2015

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    Dibs on that CK 2907! I love the beefy lug Seamaster chronos! I would hate to split the pair up so double dibs.
     
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  12. TexOmega Sep 4, 2015

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    Mr. Heuer borrowed a few ideas, methinks.
     
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  13. Nobel Prize Spell Master! Sep 4, 2015

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    5512 again but I switched the strap just so I feel like I'm changing watches
     
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  14. Mad Dog Dunkin’ology Sep 4, 2015

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    Wearing Speedy G. on Rothco black nylon protective band...listening to Metallica's "Death Magnetic" LP.

    Horns up!

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  15. MMMD unaffiliated curmudgeonly absurdist & polyologist Sep 4, 2015

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    The Un-Cricket today.
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  16. dsio Ash @ ΩF Staff Member Sep 4, 2015

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    Test driving a Breitling Seawolf 3000M Titanium Diver... first impressions are quite poor... very poorly finished and crummy feeling bracelet, not just because its titanium and light but because they haven't put much effort in, its stupidly top heavy which makes it flop around badly, way too tall, and the level of finishing / build quality is disappointingly sloppy. This is a surprisingly bad watch compared to a Submariner, Seamaster Pro, or TAG Heuer Aquaracer, which I really didn't expect from Breitling.

    Readability is good I guess, so there's that...

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  17. laughing_cavlier Sep 4, 2015

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    The antidote to heavy metal ;) IMG_7017.JPG
     
  18. Darlinboy Pratts! Will I B******S!!! Sep 4, 2015

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    Always a favorite. I am always attracted to these, and other, exotic dials, though I own none. Go figure.:rolleyes:
     
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  19. Canuck Sep 4, 2015

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    One, of my "stable" of Accutrons. This one from 1964. Unique in one way. It is the only gold-filled Accutron 214 I recall ever having seen which has a gold filled back! Rather than the usual stainless steel back. The fellow had been given a Rolex Date-Just by the family. He offered the Accutron to his adult son who was wearing a modern Rado. The son declined! Can you imagine? The father wanted the 214 to go to a good home, and he knew I was a collector, so he gave it to me. That was 30 years ago. I sent him a floral arrangement and a bottle of good sherry. He phoned me to express anger that I had done it! Go figure!



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  20. Mad Dog Dunkin’ology Sep 4, 2015

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    That's a good one! :thumbsup:

    LATE ENTRY: Sort of funny how it works...my recent craze with thrash metal is due in part as a rebellion against our teenagers (ages 17 & 14) listening to rap and hip-hop. :D
     
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