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  1. Dad passed on my grandfather's old Stivaro auto....

    Dad passed on my grandfather's old Stivaro auto. It was bought in Lebanon about 60 years ago I think. My grandad (Pop) bought two identical watches one for him and one for his son. My dad tells me he...
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    Sapphire, no contest, it would be part of the...

    Sapphire, no contest, it would be part of the demanded mil spec as it would ensure the functionality and readability of the watch.
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    Another satisfied customer

    Mr Hoey was kind enough to service my Hamilton W10 and I am delighted with the results. I was walked through every step of the process thanks to exceptional communication, including photographs. The...
  4. Thread: Future plans

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    Black Expedition

    I adore my Expedition. Any chance of it having a twin in black in future?
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    The only drawback is that I had to take off my...

    The only drawback is that I had to take off my Everest Expedition first...

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    Camping and kayaking

    This is the only shot I took of my main holiday watch camping and kayaking in France this year. Benarus Moray 38mm - a pure holiday beater.
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    I found this old engineer's chest on Ebay for...

    I found this old engineer's chest on Ebay for under £100. It was in a bit of a state and I had to re-line all the drawers with fresh baize (not a pleasant job). I've got all the room I need, though I...
  8. One of my first vintage pieces was my Omega...

    One of my first vintage pieces was my Omega Seamaster DeVille. One day at work I badly scuffed the acrylic and was gutted - then I discovered polywatch. Still, I have been flipping a few vintage...
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    It's a little bit dusty, but I've always used a...

    It's a little bit dusty, but I've always used a head torch and this old magnifier. I must admit, your new bit of kit looks like a serious upgrade - I might invest in one of those myself.
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    Thank you. I'm not too bothered by the scratches...

    Thank you. I'm not too bothered by the scratches at the moment, but will probably just ask the repairer to fit a new one.
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    Thanks for the response Robbo - much appreciated....

    Thanks for the response Robbo - much appreciated. Brendan has agreed to take a look at it.
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    Vintage W10 service/restoration advice

    Dear all, I am a newbie here and would appreciate some advice. I just bought the lovely 1973 Hamilton pictured. I have given it a real go polishing the acrylic with polywatch but some of the...
  13. What a great excuse to keep buying more watches!...

    What a great excuse to keep buying more watches! Unfortunately, you'll have to keep buying her new shoes too...
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    https://cdn1.imggmi.com/uploads/2019/10/27/0a29cf3...

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    Nicely...
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    Wrist size is 7.25.

    Wrist size is 7.25.
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    This is it so far. Very interested in a 38mm...

    This is it so far. Very interested in a 38mm Dreadnought when that one gets done, and possibly a blue Caribbean too.
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    Best looking?

    I think it's pretty clear - this Captain Cook is the best diver for provoking outraged comments against anyone claiming it is the best diver... pretty though...
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    https://cdn1.imggmi.com/uploads/2019/10/21/a146224...

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    It's alright, we know you love it really.

    It's alright, we know you love it really.
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    Sharp intake of breath...

    Sharp intake of breath...
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    Thanks Eddie - will do. Other half today...

    Thanks Eddie - will do.

    Other half today asked: "Why are you wearing my watch?"
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    I've had a few days with the Everest Expedition...

    I've had a few days with the Everest Expedition now and I am loving it more and more. To be really, really picky, I would perhaps slightly widen the minute hand and improve the clasp on the bracelet,...
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    The top two pics (or captions) are the wrong way...

    The top two pics (or captions) are the wrong way round, as I'm sure most people and the OP have realised. I have just got hold of the new version and it is a beauty. I thought the slightly squared...
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    A little dark driving to work this morning, so a...

    A little dark driving to work this morning, so a rubbish picture, but this is what I wore today...

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    I...
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    I have a difficult dilemma... ...

    I have a difficult dilemma...

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    I'd like your help please...
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