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  1. italy1861 Apr 2, 2019

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  2. elara2105 Apr 2, 2019

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    50ECDE42-21D8-4AA0-9E91-7CF71AA8BAB1.jpeg Tuesday
     
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  3. Tristanp Apr 2, 2019

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    Fortis Marinemaster


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  4. Tristanp Apr 2, 2019

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    Great watch
     
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  5. Larry S Color Commentator for the Hyperbole. Apr 2, 2019

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    Angelus today...
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  6. sgtpry Apr 2, 2019

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    Speedy Tuesday

    • Flat feet logo

    • Sharp thick lugs

    • Brownish dial

    • Creamy patina

    • Grey DON Bezel


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  7. cgaites Apr 2, 2019

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    CBCE14C3-2384-4A7A-8A76-FF89F90A3D6B.jpeg Happy Tuesday
     
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  8. alam Apr 2, 2019

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    is Tabata Tuesday <uff>

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  9. mikkoi Apr 2, 2019

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    Have a great Tuesday all!
     
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  10. chunkythebulldog Apr 2, 2019

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  11. bristnj Apr 2, 2019

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    Simply as good as it gets when you’re talking about vintage Omega. - 1969 Omega DeVille Ref.146.017 - cal.930
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  12. hungdangnguyen23 Apr 2, 2019

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    Just picked up my first Rolex the classic 16610

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  13. Mach Apr 2, 2019

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  14. dputydwg1 Apr 2, 2019

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    Today its the pilot homage watch I assembled myself about 5 years ago. Fricker case with coin bezel and sapphire front and back, ETA 6498-1 movement, sterile dial lumed by Wilson Watch Works, Erika's Original strap IMG-1770.JPG
     
  15. Damo Apr 2, 2019

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  16. Rpadilla Apr 2, 2019

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    Big blocks, whether it’s Chevy 454, Mopar or a Tudor. Gotta Love them!
     
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  17. ryanbk Apr 2, 2019

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    Seems like both Mr Ed and I are enjoying the sun. .. :)
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  18. Mad Dog 1234567891234567891234567 Apr 2, 2019

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    Speedy Tuesday...utilizing the Omega black coated nylon fabric NATO...at Dunkin’ Donuts...

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  19. Canuck Apr 2, 2019

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    In the mood for a change today. Hadn’t worn this one in a while, and it’s turn has come up. Post WWII German made,
    and both movement and dial are simply marked FOREIGN. I have seen such marks on German clocks of the era, but don’t recall seeing this mark on watches. The movement is by the German firm Durowe, a maker acquired by Timex in the late 1950s. Durowe was producing battery powered movements in this era, and early Timex Electrics used Durowe battery movements in them. The Laco name originated from the German firm Lacher & Co. which started out marketing watches with Swiss movements before changing to German made movements. Laco was a major supplier of timepieces for the German military in WWII. I have shown a Durowe (Laco) battery movement marked Timex. I have also shown the Durowe caliber 422 which is in the subject watch.

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  20. M'Bob Apr 2, 2019

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    I hope Dunkin' is aware that the free advertising you have given them over the years probably exceeds their payed accounts...and that in my opinion, you should be compensated accordingly...