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  1. Mpnunes Oct 12, 2020

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    Here we go...45 min row for my lunch break today
    Update... 43 mins later. Time to cool off
     
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  2. TexOmega Oct 12, 2020

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    1919 Elgin
    Sterling strap hardware
    Hand tooled leather


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  3. LesXL Oct 12, 2020

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    This morning, Neo and I went to pick up a ring a local jewelry atelier. At the same time, check some necklace in preparation for Christmas :) IMG_20201012_104328.jpg
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  4. Bakertime Oct 12, 2020

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    Eni
     
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  5. Canuck Oct 12, 2020

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    Among the things I give thanks for is having more than one watch to wear. Thanksgiving Day in Canada, today. I pulled this artifact out of my archives. Haven’t shown it here before, as I recall. Seamaster Cosmic 2000 automatic in a gold shell over steel case. Calibre 1012 movement. I am the second owner, having acquired it about 25 years ago. It has always been an erratic performer, so I went through it today, and this is its trial run. This artifact is likely from the early to mid-1970s, an era when this style of coloured dial was fashionable for men. Is there another watch company who would design and produce such a weird case. To uncase it, you remove the crown (two-piece stem), then the whole thing is pressed out of the case ring, after which you separate the case components to access the movement. A case I have never particularly liked.

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  6. larryganz The cable guy Oct 12, 2020

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    Switched out the Rolex DSSD to go lightweight today.
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  7. glg Oct 12, 2020

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  8. OmegaRookie Oct 12, 2020

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    Nice day in Southern Ontario Canada today. It’s our thanksgiving day! F09D9FF0-32BA-4511-8756-86F9BAC67676.jpeg A387B535-4070-49FA-9222-CE1184DFC3A1.jpeg C1600D31-9C3E-4209-BD9B-FF970B49EFA4.jpeg
     
  9. vbrad26 Oct 12, 2020

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    Late entry.

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  10. jmazpiazu Oct 12, 2020

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  11. WYGDAI Oct 12, 2020

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  12. larryganz The cable guy Oct 12, 2020

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    A better view of the waffle dial. I can almost forget I'm wearing a watch, after weeks with my Ti Planet Ocean 9300 and a weekend of the 44mm DSSD...
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  13. 8926ob Oct 12, 2020

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    Here's my contribution to Mido Monday! 3AEC0351-CB8E-4732-9BD6-ABF46F760019.jpeg
     
  14. Dr No Oct 12, 2020

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    2179/4 today.

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  15. Norfolk Oct 12, 2020

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    Evening wear. Don’t often put this on. Now wondering why...67. E5C2751B-BC31-4E53-A2D4-C2F8C75CF093.jpeg
     
  16. lindo Oct 12, 2020

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    This arrived in the post this morning - a 14K gold Seamaster from 1963 with its original gold crown. Next is a service and a band that is the right size, but I already love it on my wrist.
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  17. TLIGuy Oct 12, 2020

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    "Walt made it worse with his daily ritual of scratching the date off his wrist calendar." - Apollo Pilot by Don Eisele

    52 years ago onboard Apollo 7, Walt Cunningham scratched the first Apollo mission Speedy Tuesday of his wrist calendar on October 15, 1968.

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  18. Chye Oct 12, 2020

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    No crown for today.

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  19. pittsspecial Oct 12, 2020

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  20. Toishome Oct 12, 2020

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