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  1. Your number 6 is my number 1. Unfortunately,...

    Your number 6 is my number 1.

    Unfortunately, I can't even tick that box.
  2. I enjoy my watches just as much as anyone else...

    I enjoy my watches just as much as anyone else here, and considerably more than some people who treat watches like signifiers of status and achievement.

    The value of my watch collection in...
  3. I make less than 20 grand a year, and live in one...

    I make less than 20 grand a year, and live in one of the most expensive places to live in the U.K.

    Just thought I'd add a bit of perspective.
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    This particular Friday ended 9 days ago...

    This particular Friday ended 9 days ago...
  5. Thread: Loomes

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    You don't need to be technical to see most of the...

    You don't need to be technical to see most of the issues with the movement: ugly undecorated plates, uneven discoloured screws, poorly counter-sunk, those stupid gimmicky cheap looking "S" gears. I...
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    Loomes Folly

    Loomes Folly
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    I really do hope that a combination of the focus...

    I really do hope that a combination of the focus in the luxury watch industry on mechanical watches, the advent of radio-synchronisation, and the general tendency towards increasingly disposable...
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    I have one of these incoming. Please excuse the...

    I have one of these incoming. Please excuse the rather corny advert:

    http://youtu.be/pAk1MWxqeJE

    I think this counts as interesting: a 27 jewel thermocompensated Quartz chronograph movement...
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    But that isn't possible. Agree with most here...

    But that isn't possible.

    Agree with most here so far though - regardless of the fact (and I've no reason to doubt that it is) that the watch is manufactured entirely in the U.K, the watch itself...
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    Bad fake.

    Bad fake.
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    Ha. Very sensible. I'll look into getting an...

    Ha. Very sensible. I'll look into getting an extra one.
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    I thought this thread was about cold and wet...

    I thought this thread was about cold and wet weather riding/gear?

    I'd rather not discuss my safety choices, thanks. I'm not new to this.
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    I'm alright thanks. I don't suffer. Except for...

    I'm alright thanks. I don't suffer. Except for the old meat and two veg now and then.
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    I don't think it's a gimmick at all. Since...

    I don't think it's a gimmick at all.

    Since it's possible to get a pretty accurate instant air temperature reading with this, as well as surface temperature of any object, liquid etc you chose to...
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    I do start wearing two pairs of boxer shorts...

    I do start wearing two pairs of boxer shorts around December, and often find myself sitting on the (heated) floor when I get in on winter evenings, trying to get the feeling back in my nether regions.
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    Ride year round. Have no other transport. 125cc...

    Ride year round. Have no other transport. 125cc scooter.

    Minimal gear. I wear a waxed cotton "summer" jacket for three seasons, and a textile "three season" jacket which I only wear in the depths...
  17. And here's me thinking the only thing the BBC...

    And here's me thinking the only thing the BBC issued was apologies.

    Very interesting. Thanks for sharing.
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    Autumn is well under way, and the days are...

    Autumn is well under way, and the days are getting shorter.

    Except for Fridays, obviously, which seem to go on forever.
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    I don't know the guy, but I'd say there's a...

    I don't know the guy, but I'd say there's a strong possibility it'll be something like that.

    I'm thinking if you're not really a watch person in the way we are, and you need to provide dress...
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    I'm curious as to what you'll find in your goodie...

    I'm curious as to what you'll find in your goodie bag on the day.

    You'll have to let us know.
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    None of this has ever really been a problem for...

    None of this has ever really been a problem for me, because I wear automatic watches as they're intended to be worn - continuously.

    It's just always been my preference to choose a watch, then...
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    I honestly wouldn't recommend keeping all of your...

    I honestly wouldn't recommend keeping all of your watches running 24/7. In the long run you will end up servicing them all more often, and they will all have shorter useful lives.

    This seems to...
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    Asymmetrical case. Squared gap between the lugs....

    Asymmetrical case. Squared gap between the lugs. Uniquely shaped hands. No-date. Printed rather than applied indices.

    In short, there are very few similarities, and what few there are, both have...
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    This wedding sounds nuts. Out of curiosity,...

    This wedding sounds nuts.

    Out of curiosity, what is the dress code exactly? Are the undertones of racism part of the dress code itself, or a separate matter?

    I don't think I've ever come...
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    Eddie, I have no idea about these sorts of...

    Eddie, I have no idea about these sorts of things, but would it be possible to do a HAQ version of the PRS10 using one of ETAs thermocompensated precidrive movements?

    I'd buy that.
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