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  1. paulwatch001 Jun 18, 2018

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  2. Alpha Kilt Owner, Beagle Parent, Omega Collector Jun 18, 2018

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  3. peatnick Jun 18, 2018

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    166.039 racing

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    Calibre 565 circa 1969

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  4. ag986 Jun 18, 2018

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  5. dougiedude Carpe horologium! Jun 18, 2018

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    The E855 with my Father’s Day gift this morning :):

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  6. Mpnunes Jun 18, 2018

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  7. bristnj Jun 18, 2018

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    Heuer Skipper Ref.15640 - cal.15
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  8. tintin34 Jun 18, 2018

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    Experimenting with straps for my trilogy SM 300.... B&S not sure....

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  9. tintin34 Jun 18, 2018

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  10. martinzx Jun 18, 2018

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    Changed over to this Tag Heuer dual chronograph

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  11. tdn-dk Jun 18, 2018

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    Omega Seamaster 30, ref. 135.003-62, cal. 286 from 1962 :)

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  12. Canuck Jun 18, 2018

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    Today, this one. My 28-year old Rolex Date -Just. We’re headed for the mountains again, on Tuesday. I need a strong watch, which this one is. The sapphire crystal shows a few small chips, but the watch is completely original, except for the mainspring and gasket. Never polished, or “deluxed” in its 28 years. This has my #1 absolutely favourite dial ever, on any Rolex.

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  13. TexOmega Jun 18, 2018

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    SW-69

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  14. Dan S Jun 18, 2018

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    Glycine Airman from the 1970s. I'm very bad at reading the time on this watch. :)

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  15. tikkathree Jun 18, 2018

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    Back from a service (which was really about ensuring the seals were up to being out in the rain or through the shower) though I did have to fend off several attempts at "You need new CRYSTAL/HANDS/BEZEL and we won't warrant the WR of the watch if you don't." Well as I don't plan to saturation dive the watch in my lifetime I think I'll cope.
    Prior to service I'd been running the watch on a sharkmesh bracelet and this webbing strap is doing a good job of opening my mind to different possibilities.
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  16. ConElPueblo Jun 18, 2018

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    1952 Steel Jumbo Seamaster ref. 2494 today.

    Just arrived from the seller - great patina and an allround fantastic watch!


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  17. mr.kaplan Jun 18, 2018

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  18. hmmmcamu Jun 18, 2018

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    Bulova Accutron Astronaut 214HN

     
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  19. Mtek Jun 18, 2018

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    Planet Ocean. Genuine Omega buckle came in for my aftermarket strap, I feel better about that as I was using a copy.

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  20. Larry S Color Commentator for the Hyperbole. Jun 18, 2018

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    My Multi 12 EP68 ... so ephemeral after wearing my GMT Master II for a week!
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