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  1. You don't need a timing machine, merely a bit of...

    You don't need a timing machine, merely a bit of patience. Spend the money on the best quality screwdrivers and case opening kit - although nine times out of ten a horb ball will do the job! ...
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    First and foremost: ...

    First and foremost:

    https://www.katadyn.com/en/de/89-2010000-katadyn-pocket

    I've had it for getting on for thirty years, I've taken it around the world, more or less, and it's never let me...
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    Vintage for the sub 36mm win: ...

    Vintage for the sub 36mm win:

    https://i.postimg.cc/5tHffv1p/tudor-snow.jpg

    https://i.postimg.cc/zfdZkmTY/zenith2.jpg

    https://i.postimg.cc/hj7nQVzn/A17A.jpg
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    You can get a little blue box for virtually...

    You can get a little blue box for virtually nothing from China that works a treat. You'll also need to get a 110 volt converter which also cost sod all. They'll take a while to arrive but work...
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    Iíd say thatís definitely for mucking out anything that uses straw or hay for bedding. Used like a rake to gather it up and a fork to carry it. I still remember the almost chalk like scraping noise...
  6. Thread: A Rolex Service

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    I'm sure that there will be an exception, but...

    I'm sure that there will be an exception, but every watch I've ever seen had hands that were 'press fit'. However being press fit doesn't imply that hands are single use. Rather a lot of people...
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    How about a Jenny Caribbean? Or perhaps a ...

    How about a Jenny Caribbean? Or perhaps a Certina DS 1? How about an Enicar Sherpa superjet or even a Zodiac Super Seawolf. Hell, why not push the boat out and get the actual Tudor that was worn on...
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    I've got a nice Citizen Exceed with an E510...

    I've got a nice Citizen Exceed with an E510 movement that can manage zero deviation a year, but is usually as much as two seconds out. We can swap if you want...
  9. Thread: Old Rolex Advice

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    If it's water damage, it's astonishing what a...

    If it's water damage, it's astonishing what a completely foxed Rolex movement will sell for on eaby and cases are always worth more than you'd expect. However, water ingress doesn't damage hands and...
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    If it is stable at a steady 4 seconds a day then...

    If it is stable at a steady 4 seconds a day then the movement is working perfectly, then it just needs regulation which could be achieved in literally minutes.
  11. Thread: Old Rolex Advice

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    I hate to say it, but that looks like a trip to...

    I hate to say it, but that looks like a trip to Rolex - the hour and second hand are bent, the dial has taken some serious abuse and the lettering appears smudged. To me that suggest that either the...
  12. But surely a radio controlled watch of any sort...

    But surely a radio controlled watch of any sort is neither horological nor efficient? It relies on the accurate timekeeping being done elsewhere and without that signal falls back on a bog standard...
  13. Okay, I've thought about this for a while and I'm...

    Okay, I've thought about this for a while and I'm going to make my case: Exhibit 1:

    https://i.postimg.cc/6qY230L5/P10505561.jpg

    The first Aqua Terra with the B revision Daniels Coaxial...
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    I confess that any watch I bought new that didnít wind impeccably with a silky whisper would be straight back for a bit of lubrication. I donít know about new models as I really lost interest in new...
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    Like any watch that is too stiff to wind. It’s...

    Like any watch that is too stiff to wind. It’s time for a service, or at least a drop of silicon grease on the stem. If that doesn’t make it wonderfully easy and smooth, then it really needs a...
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    Donít tell him Pike.
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    Omega say itís good to fifty meters. Iíve not taken it below about ten myself, but Iíd be surprised if more than a handful here has dived below a relative fifty meters as thatís really quite...
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    I often use mine for sea kayaking as it's really...

    I often use mine for sea kayaking as it's really useful for timing things without having to prat about.

    https://i.postimg.cc/gjVPbGNL/Seven-sisters1.jpg

    If I haven't used it recently I simply...
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    You know that the Apollo astronauts frequently...

    You know that the Apollo astronauts frequently trained underwater, wearing their watches? Itís not a dive watch, but itís perfectly competent in water
  20. Now we've got the most cliched and whimsical...

    Now we've got the most cliched and whimsical choices out of the way, lets cut to the chase, the fact is that when we are talking about watches that are meant to, you know, tell the time, accuracy, ...
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    I'll tell you now that if you allow high postage,...

    I'll tell you now that if you allow high postage, I'll be scouring Guatamala for bargains...
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    Thanks, I'd not seen the MWR one. They are very...

    Thanks, I'd not seen the MWR one. They are very good over there aren't they
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    [QUOTE=JPE;5176708]I didn't say anywhere that...

    They really didn't. That honour falls to Blancpain and Zodiac with the Sea Wolf and Fifty Fathoms respectively


    They created the first oyster case with screw down crown.

    Well, yes, they...
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    Come on then,

    I've bought several £20 watches in anticipation and nothing's happened...
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    If only a Datejust could survive a drop of six...

    If only a Datejust could survive a drop of six feet and was 200m waterproof it would be almost up there with the Certina DS1 ;-)
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