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    Are prices really interesting, like for a...

    Are prices really interesting, like for a bracelet for a GS? Asking for a friend whose wife’s travelling to Tokyo in the new year… lol
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    Great but automatic and a tad on the dear side....

    Great but automatic and a tad on the dear side. Automatic is the deal breaker as he doesn’t move sufficiently to keep it topped up.
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    Good suggestions all, thank you. If you have a...

    Good suggestions all, thank you. If you have a few moon phase options…
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    If you were to consider Belgian «*pralines*» you could be in for a proper Christmas treat. Leonidas is probably the easier to find but there may be others in London.
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    Military style quartz, cheap

    A good friend of mine is looking for the above for his elderly father. At 93 he doesn’t move enough to justify an automatic and budget is best described as constrained.
    36 mm is probably close to...
  6. The Taunus from this era that I remember is the...

    The Taunus from this era that I remember is the 17m. We never had one though, but the front made it quite memorable.
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    I apologise if it doesn’t display on your screen. Try quoting my post and copy the mp4 url that it contains. Then use this url on a new window of your browser.
    P.S.: it displays with Safari on my...
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    Yes Goldsmiths does GS but I try not to do...

    Yes Goldsmiths does GS but I try not to do Goldsmiths if I can have a local shop instead.
    As to changing myself I want to keep the 100m water resistance as I regularly forget to take it off, whether...
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    Well… Yes :biggrin-new:
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    Absolutely perfect for both of you. Yes they...

    Absolutely perfect for both of you. Yes they crave the brain stimulation. I am surprised there are not more of the breed in service.
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    The 916 was a fabulous bike, fabulously pretty.

    The 916 was a fabulous bike, fabulously pretty.
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    Which schnauzer is it? Standard or giant? Very...

    Which schnauzer is it? Standard or giant?
    Very clever dogs either way.
    Proper K9 or was that in jest?
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    Thank you. Did you send it yourself or did you...

    Thank you. Did you send it yourself or did you ask Goldsmiths to do it please?
    Mine doesn’t need regulation (-0.5s in 151 days).
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    Congratulations Foggy. For obvious reasons I...

    Congratulations Foggy.

    For obvious reasons I believe this should be your first bike:

    https://www.autotrader.co.uk/bike-details/202210060482527

    :icon_biggrin:
  15. A different perspective for the Rubik's cube

    https://mastodon.top/system/cache/media_attachments/files/109/389/969/081/326/030/original/3a97f2127cebfcb7.mp4
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    Not really. The difference between a RFT and a...

    Not really. The difference between a RFT and a normal tyre is that after a puncture you need to change the wheel there and then (and yes, it can be dangerous; that's why you have RAC or AA) with the...
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    My wife and I both have BMWs (5series and 1...

    My wife and I both have BMWs (5series and 1 series). My previous one was also a 5 series.
    First thing I did was to ditch the FR.
    It allowed me to fit Cross climate + on both cars.
    The difference...
  18. Yes, key is house trained. Meeting other humans...

    Yes, key is house trained. Meeting other humans at work is very good for socialisation but don’t neglect puppy classes. The dog will learn to socialise with other dogs and the humans will learn the...
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    I brought a coffee to Bob Dylan in the 70s I...

    I brought a coffee to Bob Dylan in the 70s
    I flew from Paris to NY next to Emmylou Harris. I was 15 and a bit smitten. I met Mick Jagger on the bld St-Michel in Paris in the 80s, we spoke a few...
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    Canterbury watchmaker

    I need to get the battery changed on my Grand Seiko and would really like to keep the 100m water resistance.
    Anyone has a recommendation please?
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    Regardless of the dosage, I was recommended to...

    Regardless of the dosage, I was recommended to take them with the evening meal as lying down soon after effectively mitigates any side effects (joints pain)
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    80mg Lipitor??? I am on 20! Blood sugar is fine...

    80mg Lipitor??? I am on 20! Blood sugar is fine too.
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    Not for him as he is >60 and it’s prescribed.
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    You are absolutely correct. But an accident in...

    You are absolutely correct. But an accident in the third year (say) could also have resulted in a vet bill of £20k. Then you would have had to choose. For me the insurance removes this possibility...
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    Petplan can be quite expensive. But it is...

    Petplan can be quite expensive. But it is perfect. I have never been let down by them. And while it is likely that on reflection I will have spent more with them than I have claimed, the peace of...
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