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    Quote Originally Posted by al1786 View Post
    Picked this up less than 24 hours ago.


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    love the JC deepsea. Congarts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by al1786 View Post
    Picked this up less than 24 hours ago.


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    Congratulations. Enjoy. I have had mine for 18 months and the love is still complete. It looks amazing in sunlight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukeott View Post

    Very pleased to have just bought one of these.


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    It is a great watch! Only got mine recently and I am really enjoying it. A great watch indeed!


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    Another Precista - my fundraiser auction PRS10 now on blue perlon. It's growing on me but still not 100% sure!




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    And again in close-up.




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    2 more relatively inexpensive pick ups just arrived. Ok time to stop buying ..,,, for now


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    Really pleased with this




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    Finally got my hands on an Aqua Terra Quartz.. Very nice Grab-n-Go, with the quick-set hour hand for when I travel..


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    The Incoming / New Arrival Thread

    New polished Geckota Mesh for the B&M GMT





    After many strap options, I think I've finally found the right combo.

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    Just received this lovely Tissot V8 that will (hopefully) slow my desire for a speedmaster for a little longer. Lovely weight and looks great.


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    Sadly it's running at 5 seconds fast a minute. Guessing it's magnetised so gonna buy a demag gizmo .....


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    The beauty of this place is that you just never know what is around the corner. I had a listing on SC for an Orient and I was offered this, a Hamilton Khaki Navy Sub 42mm Automatic in a straight trade. I had never even looked at Hamilton before but 42mm is good for me, it is a robust Diver, which I like and it reminds me of the Aquanaut a little with the dial pattern, numbers and hands - and clearly a whole lot cheaper.

    So a straight swop takes place resulting in two happy campers.




    This is another brand that I can tick off as having tried - and can recommend.

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    I have a Rolex GMT 16750 matte dial coming on Monday, can't wait to get my hands on it and will post a pic up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robsmck View Post
    Congratulations. Enjoy. I have had mine for 18 months and the love is still complete. It looks amazing in sunlight.
    It's a long wait for the sunshine in Scotland. Lol


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    Did I mention I've got this?


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    Picked this up last week from Goldsmiths Reading. A great experience (even with a bad back), although maybe too impulsive as not really bonding with it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by demonloop View Post
    This arrived today! I hadn't realised how fat the fonts were on the insert until I took the photograph. I think watches from this era are my sweet spot. Not blingy like the ceramics, but don't need babied like vintage sometimes do.

    Nice. I got one a while ago and am waiting, impatiently, for a call from Rolex St James' Square to say the service is done.


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    Just back from Nagoya in Japan. As ever with any business trip over there I end up going a little bit mental. These three Chronographs where my choice picks.



    First up the Sinn 903.ST.GL. This is quite a rare 903 and has the hand wound Lemania 1873, a close relative of that found in the next watch.



    Then we have the Omega Speedmaster Professional Racing which was initially meant to be a Tin Tin LE but wan't after the owners of Tin Tin didn't agree. It wasn't an LE officially but probably less than 2000 exist. I picked this up brand new all stickered up. Rare, interesting story and all the makings of a classic.



    Finally something I've quite like the look of for a while. Love the dial basically on this Chopard Mille Miglia 8331. ETA2892 with DD chrono module. 39mm and wears beautifully. Possibly my fave of the three so far.


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    This arrived this morning. Gift to myself and from my future wife (we get married on Friday). Bought via Hackett Watches. Excellent service.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyBin5 View Post
    Just arrived today my birth year watch (1969) and it's a minter. Chuffed to bits. Like a classic little time capsule - must have been in a safe for 48 yrs lol. Well it's time for it to get worn now


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    That's wonderful, really classy. A keeper!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sazzle View Post
    Really pleased with this




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    Really like that one. The dial and hands are ++
    Strap looks a little weighty to my eyes, but that's very subjective and the easy bit to play with. Nice one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyBin5 View Post
    Just arrived today my birth year watch (1969) and it's a minter. Chuffed to bits. Like a classic little time capsule - must have been in a safe for 48 yrs lol. Well it's time for it to get worn now


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    Just immaculate design and finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angrydog View Post
    This arrived this morning. Gift to myself and from my future wife (we get married on Friday). Bought via Hackett Watches. Excellent service.

    Lovely watch and good luck for next Friday! Mine says hello

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    Just found this in a drawer and popped it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angrydog View Post
    This arrived this morning. Gift to myself and from my future wife (we get married on Friday). Bought via Hackett Watches. Excellent service.

    Congratulation on the watch and the forthcoming big day

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    Forgot about this GPS watch as i had to wait weeks for Amazon to deliver at an amazing price but worth the wait.

    Love it and keeping far more expensive watches off my wrist.


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    Quote Originally Posted by S Works View Post
    Really like that one. The dial and hands are ++
    Strap looks a little weighty to my eyes, but that's very subjective and the easy bit to play with. Nice one!
    Thank you.

    I have spent a long time hunting for the right strap and I'm not entirely convinced I've got it right. The lugs are very narrow and non standard - just under 16mm. Steveostraps made this one for it and I asked him to leave out any padding to keep it as thin as possible. I think the colour works and it is very comfy, but I still wonder whether a cream perlon would be a better match. No doubt a 16mm would squeeze between the lugs.

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    An enormous wide open zen dial. I love it. Well done Eddie.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepie View Post

    An enormous wide open zen dial. I love it. Well done Eddie.
    That is a beast of a watch, but I am delighted for you that you have managed to get both variants of the watch. Collecting Eddie's watches can be come addictive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallasey Runner View Post
    That is a beast of a watch, but I am delighted for you that you have managed to get both variants of the watch. Collecting Eddie's watches can be come addictive
    Ha ha. Yep. It's huge. But somehow appropriately so.

    Definitely can see an addiction developing for Eddie's watches. I have a 35mm explorer 1 for my more conservative moments.

    Have a great weekend! Thanks for the encouragement ⭐️


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy_G View Post
    Lovely watch and good luck for next Friday! Mine says hello
    Thank you very much :). I won't be wearing the watch on the day mind, I'm wearing my late fathers old Seiko.

    Yours looks nice, it was a close run thing but I just had to have the blue one :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Nigel306 View Post
    Congratulation on the watch and the forthcoming big day
    Thank you very much :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjc1216 View Post
    Forgot about this GPS watch as i had to wait weeks for Amazon to deliver at an amazing price but worth the wait.

    Love it and keeping far more expensive watches off my wrist.

    I like that. What is the model number please?

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    So need one!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Byron View Post
    Picked this up last week from Goldsmiths Reading. A great experience (even with a bad back), although maybe too impulsive as not really bonding with it.

    I'm sure one of us will have it off you, me included!!

    Tried a colleagues on Thursday and it was great for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Byron View Post
    Picked this up last week from Goldsmiths Reading. A great experience (even with a bad back), although maybe too impulsive as not really bonding with it.

    I've had my name down for one of these at Goldsmiths in Reading forever. Would you mind me asking when you put your name down? Thank you


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    Well that's a quick incoming. Just picked this up from Andrew Cregan. Very comfortable to wear. My first G-Shock.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ghu1967 View Post
    Well that's a quick incoming. Just picked this up from Andrew Cregan. Very comfortable to wear. My first G-Shock.


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    Like. Looks smart!

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    I received this during the week, my first purchase through the forum, thanks Dan83bz! Very impressed with the quality and detail of this for a watch in the hundreds rather than thousands. Also my first white dial and I'm very happy.

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    Stickers removed and bracelet sized today. Happy birthday to me....

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    This arrived today, eBay purchase, excellent seller. 16 years old and totally mint, new strap, Breitling service in January (car key on receipt in the photo to protect the sellers identity), full documentation. I'm thrilled with it. Had the black dial version about ten years ago, let it go and missed it. Photo heavy sorry, couldn't stop myself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evanssprky View Post
    This arrived today, eBay purchase, excellent seller. 16 years old and totally mint, new strap, Breitling service in January (car key on receipt in the photo to protect the sellers identity), full documentation. I'm thrilled with it. Had the black dial version about ten years ago, let it go and missed it. Photo heavy sorry, couldn't stop myself!

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    Very nice!


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    Quote Originally Posted by tom waring View Post
    Very nice!


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    Thanks

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    the Ingenieur 3228 for an engineer.. my first purchase from the forum SC, thanks xdonolix for the transaction.

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    Took delivery of this a couple days ago. It is the smallest piece I own and I was a bit nervous it would look a bit silly on my wrist but it is gorgeous that wears perfectly.

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    This was in the window of Chisholm Hunter in Kingston, it's not now it's on my wrist :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Byron View Post
    Picked this up last week from Goldsmiths Reading. A great experience (even with a bad back), although maybe too impulsive as not really bonding with it.

    Very jealous!

    I've got my name on the "8 year waiting list" at my local Mappin and Webb. If you don't get on with it, it'll no doubt be snapped up in an instant.

    All the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by al1786 View Post
    Picked this up less than 24 hours ago.


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    Was that from an AD? Lovely watch. I tried the standard version on at Schipol airport (Boutique) last weekend. Loved the weight of it. I'd love one of these :)

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    Sad Git tries on Rolex he can't afford and posts a picture (but I did buy one)

    Called in Milton's in Liverpool today. There were two watches in the running, both with the same price tag on them. A Submariner 14060m and a 1991 Seadweller 16600 with lovely patina. After trying both on I opted for the Sub, I have wanted one of these four liners for a few years and this is a 2011 full set in wonderful condition.




    Whilst I was there I asked if I could see and try on one of their two white dial Ceramic Daytonas. Having followed the hype and viewed many images on here, I had never seen one in the flesh - they are beautiful, believe me.




    As I am on the list at Goldsmiths, I had this image taken, so come the day I will stare at this image and make a choice. At least I own 50% of the watches in this image, just the wrong 50% in most people's eyes.



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    My incoming impulse donation to Fundraiser this curtesy of Tony



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    First Seiko Divers - I can see this forum is going to put pressure on my current storage solution for watches!


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    been fancying a cheapish Rolex ,no box or papers ,but loads of scratches and dings(patina)I may hold onto this as the newer rolexes I've own ,I've always been cautious of marking them ,not to worry with this it's already had a beating


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    New 3.5 Zulu strap on 35 Kirovskie 'bull-horn' lugs. Chopped excess strap to fit my 6" wrist.

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