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  1. Zapatta Aug 22, 2020

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    Barbecue by the river
     
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  2. Baz9614 Aug 22, 2020

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    Have a great weekend friends! :thumbsup:

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  3. hejsam Aug 22, 2020

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  5. Mach Aug 22, 2020

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  6. CPRwatch Aug 22, 2020

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    Was wearing the 017 , but now wearing the 153 ,
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  7. curlo Aug 22, 2020

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    A beautiful day in the Scottish Borders.
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  8. 8926ob Aug 22, 2020

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    Thanks for the kind words. Its going to the watchmaker today (loose crown, service and clean).
    I'm glad to see these are still in people's drawers...and hopefully on their wrists!
    Mine was my dad's watch and I'm guessing its 1940 something but I don't really know how or where he acquired it.
    I'd tell you where I got the shark mesh bracelet but that would spoil the thrill of the chase!
    Cheers back atcha!
     
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  9. Flashgordon80 Aug 22, 2020

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    The beater!
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  10. Jonathan40 Aug 22, 2020

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    Wow, really regret selling my 1675 and your post is not helping :) Beautiful.
     
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  11. Alpha Kilt Owner, Beagle Parent, Omega Collector Aug 22, 2020

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    Some days one watch works out just fine :)

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  12. Charlemagne1333 Aug 22, 2020

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  13. Walrus Aug 22, 2020

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    Ok another shot of my trusty Vostok as I tackle the days issue. I can’t get the broken joints out so I will randomly try different power tools find something that will work image.jpg
     
  14. Jonathan40 Aug 22, 2020

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    As always a beautiful head, may I ask where the NATO is from? I have plenty that initially look good but fray at the end and don’t last unless Omega original and 4 down including a black Omega nylon I’m not keen to purchase another Omega in black..
     
  15. Au79 Aluminium Aug 22, 2020

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    Rolex GMT Master II. Pepsi. I slapped on a cheap Ali-x replacement Jubilee bracelet. More comfy during the hot summer months.

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  16. Alpha Kilt Owner, Beagle Parent, Omega Collector Aug 22, 2020

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    It is actually a Hamilton that my wife ordered it along with the watch, I love the blue inner which you will occasionally catch the edge of when wearing.

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    You may make out the protector on the end so no fraying :thumbsup:
     
  17. Humptymarsbar Aug 22, 2020

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    Hi Walrus, thanks for the interest. if you get one they are a solid watch and quite addictive as there are so many variations.
    I've got 3 of these Bellmatics and have never gotten around to servicing them as although " vintage" I use them nearly every day,find them very accurate and start to tick strong the moment I pick them up.
    Being low level watches, I've never paid more than £90, and compared to some of the beauties I see on here, I think I've either been lucky or they are of a solid build.
    Being based in the UK , I think there are a couple of people who could service them and if any broke I would certainly pay to get them fixed as they have a certain charm and as our American cousins would say " a lot of bang for your buck"!
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  18. MTROIS Aug 22, 2020

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  19. PhotonX Aug 22, 2020

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    Starting a week off for a staycation with the POLMLE

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  20. Mpnunes Aug 22, 2020

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    Speedy
     
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