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  1. Alpha

    Alpha Kilt Owner, Beagle Parent, Omega Collector Mar 26, 2016

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  2. watchcollect

    watchcollect Mar 26, 2016

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    Back from the spa
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  3. Billyp7718

    Billyp7718 Mar 26, 2016

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    Back from service recently. Put on an old pilot strap as a change-up. Think it adds to the vintage charm.[​IMG]
     
  4. daddykc

    daddykc Mar 26, 2016

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    This morning my wife told me she tried on my pre-moon speedy, liked how it hugged her wrist and wondered if she should also buy one. I was thrilled to hear this. And just a few hours later we were in a vintage watch shop in Amsterdam looking at old speedies. From what they had in stock, this 145.022 with dark blue 220 bezel was the most interesting.[​IMG] It came with original bracelet, but the leather strap was put on it as she wanted to try it on leather. Me and the sales guy were super enthusiastic about how it looked on her wrist. However she decided not to rush and informed us both that she needed to think it over.

    Once we were outside she told me she liked the look of my Speedy much more and asked me if she could just borrow mine. Uh oh...
     
  5. abrod520

    abrod520 Mar 26, 2016

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    Got this beauty back from service today!

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  6. Nobel Prize

    Nobel Prize Sergio Mar 26, 2016

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    Cartier roadster. It's a little strange but I like it.
     
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  7. RCAFBuster

    RCAFBuster Mar 26, 2016

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    RCAF Omega HA60
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  8. Optimizer13

    Optimizer13 Mar 26, 2016

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    Just finished ripping my jeans [emoji38]

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  9. Majork

    Majork Mar 26, 2016

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    Suns out finally...

    It was actually 1:50 pm

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  10. blunosr

    blunosr Mar 26, 2016

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    blunosr Mar 26, 2016

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  12. Fox143

    Fox143 Mar 26, 2016

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    [​IMG] Older things have more style and character but need a lot more TLC! Time to fix flat on my '63 Corvair with '72 Omega 176.007
     
  13. Baz9614

    Baz9614 Mar 26, 2016

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    Enjoying the 145.008 so far and looking forward to getting the roulette bezel fitted.

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  14. alfanator

    alfanator Mar 26, 2016

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  15. watchdaddy1

    watchdaddy1 Mar 26, 2016

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    New shoes for the Wakmann just arrived

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  16. EJohn

    EJohn Mar 26, 2016

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  17. DirtyDozen12

    DirtyDozen12 Mar 26, 2016

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  18. Mad Dog

    Mad Dog Married to MacGyverette! Mar 26, 2016

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    Hold the phone! :eek:

    So that watch has an actual mechanical barometer?

    I've never seen (or heard of) such a watch...pretty flipping cool! :cool:
     
  19. MMMD

    MMMD unaffiliated curmudgeonly absurdist & polyologist Mar 26, 2016

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    Yep, it's the first watch with a mechanical barometer (1962). There's an aneroid capsule inside (making it pretty fat on the wrist, at 15mm thick). The outer bezel is an altimeter graded in 100-foot increments.
     
  20. jsaen

    jsaen Mar 26, 2016

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    Got a new 2nd generation grand seiko: 43999. The detail on the dial is amazing. This is he best I've done so far. Hopefully I figure out how to capture this more accurately over time. image.jpeg