Originally Posted by Chabsy
Time to get your coat, if you have any left.
Now that's funny!
Originally Posted by andy armitage
Originally Posted by swanbourne
You could have a look at A38>M5.
Thanks Eddie I will have a look.
M5 is a no no Roadworks just started Jun 1 to Jun 4
As I said if you are hitting at around 9.3 you will be fine, there are no big events at the NEC this week. I came through this morning Jun 9 to 6 no problem
Originally Posted by daveyw
If this Is for the 5146r, that's a pretty good chunk of how far you may get. It's not quite as fast off the shelf as the g (just as beautiful in my eyes though) so you might get a bit more dependant in how you're paying/ funding the purchase. An annual calendar service is worth about £1100 in today's money, probably more in a few years, when you use it. Another PP strap is worth about £300 retail. All in all nearly 5% there.
Pm me if you'd like any more info
There are ways
Originally Posted by marcus fenix
The B1/Airwolf is a very easy watch to change the battery on due to the large size of the battery and lack of any complicated securing mechanism on the battery. But if you're going to do it yourself be 100% sure of your abilities because a new module is nearly £800.
What you will need (I also use a case holder for this type of work):
Caseback opener needs to be the right size for the B1, that
Originally Posted by MartynJC (UK)
Inspired by another thread.... It is about time for another SOTC (Sept 2015) from me.
Patek 5146/J, 2006 This will never leave my collection as it was bought in memory of my mother. Also the functions mean when I reach the end of my days Iíll still know what day, date and even month it is.
Rolex Air-King-Date, 1978. My Dadís old watch so again not going anywhere.