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  1. cooljme Oct 19, 2019

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    Date lunch with the Wife in Brooklyn.

    1973 Rolex Datejust & my Speedy
     
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  2. Alpha Kilt Owner, Beagle Parent, Omega Collector Oct 19, 2019

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    One of my favourites this evening, yes it really is :thumbsup:
    Why some may wonder, first off and most importantly is what I call chuckles per £ which I am sure translates and then size and weight with a legible dial plus great lume etc etc.

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  3. Larry S Color Commentator for the Hyperbole. Oct 19, 2019

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    My first automatic and my first GMT. An uninformed purchase but I still like the watch.
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  4. Dr No Oct 19, 2019

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    It's been the Flightmaster all week.

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    The Fortis belongs to my pal Marc.

    Switching to PADI today . . .
     
  5. wagudc Oct 19, 2019

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    Cozy Saturday afternoon Speedmaster.

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  6. Vitezi Oct 19, 2019

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    Was from yesterday ::shy::
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  7. Stretch44 Oct 19, 2019

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    My new Speedy on the Nato.
     
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  8. Norfolk Oct 19, 2019

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    Just got this...a rescue project that’s worked out rather well....before.... 61AE9E91-7B64-45CD-8524-B2B1019DD03C.jpeg

    And tonight. On my wrist for the first time. 843916D5-537B-4715-B5E0-5811D7C55D1B.jpeg
     
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  9. Mpnunes Oct 19, 2019

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    Back to the Sub to watch the Astros beat the Yankees this evening :)
     
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  10. jB1128 Oct 19, 2019

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    Dreary day in the Pacific Northwest, perfect for the 3594.50 and an olive NATO
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  11. X350 XJR Vintage Omega Aficionado Oct 19, 2019

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  12. wagudc Oct 19, 2019

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  13. Joe_A Oct 19, 2019

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    Taking my newest (third day) acquisition for a walk in the Pennsylvania woods.

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    Same shot, but a closer look:

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    Alternate lighting . . .

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  14. larryganz The cable guy Oct 19, 2019

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    My wife thinks I brought too many watches on our vacation to Orlando, Key West, and Bahamas.

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  15. wagudc Oct 19, 2019

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    I can understand most of them, but why do you need two smart watches?
     
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  16. wagudc Oct 19, 2019

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    The upside is filtered sunlight makes for good wrist shots.
     
  17. Kraut783 Oct 19, 2019

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    New as of today...I am really loving it!

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  18. larryganz The cable guy Oct 19, 2019

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    Glad you asked. was planning to turn on “outdoor walk” workout and see how long it took to drain my new S5 LTE Apple Watch at Universal Studios and IOA, and then still have my spare S1 in case the S5 dies too soon. That test day might be tomorrow.

    The Casio is to know the cabin air pressure on the plane, in case I’m over 8000 feet pressure and need my O2 due to one working lung.

    The Seiko PADI diver is for the Bahamian beach and snorkeling, while the Luminox is the redundant one.

    The Tudor GMT is because travel, although I forgot wind it after pulling it from my safe. It will be my nice dinner watch for the next week and on the cruise ship. I chickened out bringing my Rolex ceramic Pepsi GMT II this time.
     
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  19. impalla62ss Oct 19, 2019

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    Just back from a replate, a new crystal and a new ostrich strap. new.jpg
     
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  20. Canuck Oct 19, 2019

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    She is thanking her lucky stars that your return trip home was prepaid! Customs must have hit you hard, I suspect.