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  1. Linesiders Stripers, not snook. Jul 27, 2018

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    1968 SWISS only SPCG

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  2. Mach Jul 27, 2018

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    HAGWE!
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  3. noelekal Home For Wayward Watches Jul 27, 2018

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    Friday casual from the '40s in its solid rose gold case.

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    Spending the day with one's wrist wrapped in chicken skin can be uniquely gratifying.

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  4. Darlinboy Pratts! Will I B******S!!! Jul 27, 2018

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  5. Wivac Terribly special Jul 27, 2018

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    Pre heading out to the forest in the thunder storm
     
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  6. Omega world Jul 27, 2018

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    Hello,compliments to all members of this beautiful Forum, for their beautiful watches.
    For me,,,my friend till the end''::love::
     
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  7. jmazpiazu Jul 27, 2018

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    This one is back on rotation.
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    And waiting for a more appropriate weather to wear it with the IWC strap that my better half bought me recently
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    A super nice buffalo leather strap I must say.

    HAGWE everyone!
     
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  8. elara2105 Jul 27, 2018

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    314B69CA-7D51-4C58-9641-10E2B64541BF.jpeg This one since monday!.... and probably for the weekend!...
     
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  9. Mtek Jul 27, 2018

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    Phriedays are for Phleighers (@Mad Dog spelling :D)

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  10. Mad Dog 1234567891234567891234567 Jul 27, 2018

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    Headed to the skatepark with the modern Speedy Gonzales Moonwatch and the Raine Inc. protective band. :thumbsup:

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  11. Mtek Jul 27, 2018

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    Not liking as you should be wearing the fleigher you made today.
     
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  12. Canuck Jul 27, 2018

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    My long ignored mid-70s Omega (pre-Swatch) caliber 1345 Seamaster. Not everyone’s grail watch (anyone’s?), but condition alone makes this a nice one to have, and part of the evolution of Omega. Relatives to this one are a pain to set the time and calendar on. And I have to re-train myself every time I wear it. Seconds and minute hand are pus-button re-set. The hour hand is individually settable, and setting the day is done by repeatedly setting the hour hand until the correct day is displayed. Then the date is set by repeatedly pushing a button at the 4:00 position. Fortunately, this cumbersome method of setting your Omega was not around for too long!

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  13. adam78 Adam @ ΩF Staff Member Jul 27, 2018

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    The original Metro for me today
     
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  14. airansun Seasons will pass you by Jul 27, 2018

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    Wearing the Speedmaster I started with in 1982, my -74 with one of those early serial number 861 movements. Wore it when wife and I were married over 35 years ago. Timed her contractions with our first born using it. Might have been $250, $275 when I bought it used back then. Why did I stop with only one?

    With ‘all the pretty watches’ I own these days, I rarely wear it anymore. I may be willing to occasionally wear an 861 Speedmaster and a DNN, while not as appealing as a DON, will do in a pinch. And I promise not to become so attached to straight lug Speedmasters that I never wear twisted lug ones.

    But I am seriously addicted to AML dials.

    Anyway, my first, which I’m wearing today. It keeps better time than most of the 321s, all having been serviced recently.
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  15. Garv no longer a member of the terminally hip Jul 27, 2018

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    It’s an AT day for me

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  16. Engrneil Jul 27, 2018

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    Hamilton 1978 Mil-W-46374B

     
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  17. Alphasports Jul 27, 2018

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  18. CPRwatch Jul 27, 2018

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    Home sweet home finally , & shameless beer product placing image.jpeg
     
  19. noelekal Home For Wayward Watches Jul 27, 2018

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    I'm glad to read of the method for setting the watch. It is too cumbersome to take seriously. Date/date doesn't really do it for me but otherwise the dial is quite nice, understated and neatly executed. Don't suppose Omega of the era offered a similar dial as a time-only mechanical watch?
     
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  20. watchos Jul 27, 2018

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    Rolex Explorer 1

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