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  1. #10851
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hood View Post
    Funnily enough a chef on James Martin's food show was wearing one of these today.
    It looked really good on and wondered how it would be with the bracelet brushed on centre links.
    Underrated watch I think.
    I quite like the polished centre links but would be interested to see it on a fully brushed bracelet, the more I look at the watch and wear it the more I love it. Itís not boring thatís for sure!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Boss13 View Post
    Beautiful, congrats. You must be very pleased.

    I think this is confirmed across the net now, but can you also confirm the bezel colour is the same as on the hulk? It does look the same in your picture.
    Thank you. Yes i can confirm the bezel is exactly the same colour as the hulk. The AD confirmed itís exactly the same colour before i got home to compare.


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    Thanks very much and yes Iím very pleased with it. Thereís a thread running:

    https://forum.tz-uk.com/showthread.p...Neil-Armstrong

    and this is their website:

    https://wolbrook.com/

    Quote Originally Posted by M1011 View Post
    Did it arrive packed in water as advertised in 1974? I'd love to see that!

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    Incomiiiiiiiiing........

    Full 18K gold Omega Seamaster 21033000 with fresh Omega Service.

    Always loved full gold watches. Would have loved the 40mm Rolex daydate but itís twice the price and some on this Omega. I was considering the older Rolex daydate 36 at this price point but I think it would have been too small for my wrists.

    This omega being 39mm is a good sized case for me and at £11K im thinking itís a good price for a full 18k gold factory serviced watch?

    Any opinions, tips, reviews etc on this watch would be kindly appreciated. Thanks guys!




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    New incomingÖthe Rolex Submariner 124060! I took a long walk in the late summer sunshine today and took some pics. This thing is stunning!

    I had been waiting on a 114060 from earlier this year and was very grateful to be offered the new version - the first to be sold at my AD, apparently.

    I canít tell you how thrilled I am with it!





  6. #10856
    Chunky clasp, almost looks like it could be a SD43 clasp there. Beautiful watch and can't wait to be able to swap out my 2018 model for the updated version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wileeeeeey View Post
    Chunky clasp, almost looks like it could be a SD43 clasp there. Beautiful watch and can't wait to be able to swap out my 2018 model for the updated version.
    It's noticeably bigger, no doubt. Some don't like it, but I love the chunkier clasp.

    I hope you enjoy the new model as much as I do! I don't think you'll be disappointed with the updates!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wileeeeeey View Post
    Chunky clasp, almost looks like it could be a SD43 clasp there. Beautiful watch and can't wait to be able to swap out my 2018 model for the updated version.
    Spot on. The clasp is a lot more similar to the SD43 than the old Sub...at times it does feel unnecessarily large! However, all worth it for the adapted lugs I guess!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Boss13 View Post
    Spot on. The clasp is a lot more similar to the SD43 than the old Sub...at times it does feel unnecessarily large! However, all worth it for the adapted....
    That's not great news as far as I'm concerned. The clasp on the old sub took up way too much wrist space and looked very bare and bland and even a little clumsy. Now it's even bigger that effect will be even greater.

  10. #10860
    Picked this one up yesterday to add to my Monster collection.

    I do love their blue bezels!






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  11. #10861
    Quote Originally Posted by Boss13 View Post
    Spot on. The clasp is a lot more similar to the SD43 than the old Sub...at times it does feel unnecessarily large! However, all worth it for the adapted lugs I guess!
    Easily worth it. The clasp is huge but apart from putting it on/off or adjusting the glide lock you never see it anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctafield View Post
    New arrival for me. My first Anonimo, a Nautilo (Le0pard Racing 2019 Edition). Was worried it would be a bit too big for my wrists (itís 44mm). To be honest it probably is, but I like it!

    Very nice, great to see something a bit different. Colours work really well 👌

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    Quote Originally Posted by paw3001 View Post

    I'm looking to forward to seeing that and, to that end, I've finally completed the Cousins order. I also have a packet of dog penis snacks for you - I'll be in touch mid week when the screwdrivers land. Beer and maybe a return to Bahadur.
    Die Zeit verwandelt uns nicht, sie entfaltet uns nur.

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    My love affair with Edox continues,the Bluebird

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.f View Post
    My love affair with Edox continues,the Bluebird
    Love that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.f View Post
    My love affair with Edox continues,the Bluebird
    That's pretty cool. How many Edox have you kept in your collection?

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    Just in from SC, what a beaut:

    97CD6BB6-2413-4B09-AD37-4C6D28FD4A4C by Berty234, on Flickr

    50891C4F-FF85-43FA-9A9D-CDDCAFE01BBD by Berty234, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tetlee View Post
    That's pretty cool. How many Edox have you kept in your collection?
    Got 4 altogether now,not including the Fleet diver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berty234 View Post
    Just in from SC, what a beaut:

    97CD6BB6-2413-4B09-AD37-4C6D28FD4A4C by Berty234, on Flickr

    50891C4F-FF85-43FA-9A9D-CDDCAFE01BBD by Berty234, on Flickr
    Congrats, wasnít sure if the SC listing was left hanging, I own the same watch, itís magnificent, enjoy!


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  20. #10870
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tetlee View Post
    That's pretty cool. How many Edox have you kept in your collection?
    Actually 5


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    Quote Originally Posted by Willows View Post
    New incomingÖthe Rolex Submariner 124060! I took a long walk in the late summer sunshine today and took some pics. This thing is stunning!

    I had been waiting on a 114060 from earlier this year and was very grateful to be offered the new version - the first to be sold at my AD, apparently.

    I canít tell you how thrilled I am with it!
    Nice one.

    I'm on a list with AD for the old one, not sure if I've moved over to new list and haven't checked. Between mortgage and childcare I reckon I'm spending a sub ND money every 6 weeks or so, unfortunately what's left over afterwards isn't enough for new subs 😢

    I should have paid more attention in school. Enjoy, very nice watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigmac View Post
    Nice one.

    I'm on a list with AD for the old one, not sure if I've moved over to new list and haven't checked. Between mortgage and childcare I reckon I'm spending a sub ND money every 6 weeks or so, unfortunately what's left over afterwards isn't enough for new subs 

    I should have paid more attention in school. Enjoy, very nice watch.
    Thank you! Awwww now, you'll get one soon enough. Childcare and mortgage are more important, unfortunately!

    The AD told me those waiting on the older model were automatically on the new model list. They are no longer receiving the old models, although they still had some waiting to be collected.

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    New watch today. I have owned the SBS Tritium version for a while now but was recently drawn to the stainless version with Luminova. The case sides and bezel are polished and the case top is a matt finish. Very pleased.


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    This arrived today courtesy of MFB Scotland of this forum.

    Love it

    Last edited by Kevin; 22nd September 2020 at 20:49.

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    Breitling Datora chrono

    Incoming from watch-nut, of this parish.
    [IMG]IMG_6164a by Oscar India, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]IMG_6182 by Oscar India, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    This arrived today courtesy of MFB Scotland of this forum.

    Love it

    Looks great on you !

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    Seiko Field 200m has just arrived.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j111dja View Post
    Seiko Field 200m has just arrived.
    Love that! Didn't even know they existed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrontierGibberish View Post
    Incoming from watch-nut, of this parish.
    [IMG]IMG_6164a by Oscar India, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]IMG_6182 by Oscar India, on Flickr[/IMG]
    That's an absolute belter! Love it. Congrats.

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    Arrived today in mint condition from Rod - Precista PRS-18Q COSC.
    I like that to my eyes itís a little darker than the standard PRS-18Q, very pleased with it.
    Steve



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    Today I received a vintage Vacheron. I love the style, the linen dial which is beautiful in the light, and that it features the ultra-thin calibre 1003, still used in some of their Historiques models. The only downside is it feels a little wasted wearing it at home in my jeans, and I look forward to having some slightly dressier events in the future (post lockdown #2 I suppose) to wear it to....

    B90F65EC-D4EF-48A8-B900-01F5A744A7D5 by J D, on Flickr

    5AA30703-C8B1-4680-A4D0-88073A8C7E99 by J D, on Flickr
    Last edited by Lantenac06; 23rd September 2020 at 20:40.

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    Very comfortable to wear and I like the retro style.

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    Just received it yesterday. The Hamilton. And just received the Sinn today.



    Last edited by sickie; 25th September 2020 at 15:20.

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    This Citizen Jet is a long awaited arrival, having bought it in July it hung around in Japan for three weeks before taking a month to get here. I was beginning to give up hope of its arrival but it was well worth the wait.





    Having first heard the name Jet I knew I had to add one to the collection. It took a while to find one that ticked all of the boxes.

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    Just got these of the SC number 27 of 30



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    New arrival for me. Very happy with this one.


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    This 48 mm bronzed beast today.
    I enjoyed unboxing a new piece with this.
    Looking forward to the bronze becoming more severe over time.

    I have a black strap on order as this one is brown and I feel it has too much brownness.

    But overall... very happy. And a great price on the Labor Day sale a couple of weeks ago on jomashop.







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    Not a new watch - but a new strap for it. Cheers C

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    One of my Seiko unicorns - sort of new arrival

    Actually had it since March but the previous owner had such diddy wrists I couldn't even nearly wear it. Had the spare links but not the bits for them, until Seiko UK came through a couple of weeks back (free, which was nice of them). Then a friend, also of this parish, fitted the links for me today.
    It's a SCED065 Giugiaro “White Mountaineering”. Italian designer Giorgetto Giugiaro is a legend. Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta, Maserati Ghibli, BMW M1, DeLorean, VW Scirocco, Gordon-Keeble GT, are amongst 150 cars he designed, as well as many Nikon cameras and lots else. He did three watches for Seiko in the 80s (famously including the "Ripley", as it became known later).
    He reprised his driver’s/rider’s watch design for them four years ago as Seiko wished to use it (in very limited numbers - 700 in fact) to celebrate Japanese men’s clothing store White Mountianeering’s anniversary. He changed the design quite a lot, particularly the colours. It’s a steel chrono in PVD.
    The dial is turned six degrees off-centre and the whole face sits at an angle to make it easy to read without removing your hand from the wheel or handlebar. The bracelet, with it’s “reptilian” bulge is completely unique to the watch too. That’s why I needed Seiko to find some bits so Mark could add in some of the spare links.
    The 700 pieces were only available in Japan.
    Giugiaro’s other work includes guns for Beretta, the Molten basketball, the organ of Lausanne Cathedral (which has 7,000 pipes!), bikes for Ducati & MV Agusta, and lots else.
    The guy I bought it from on eBay neglected to mention he has wrists like an anorexic eight year old, so I feel better about paying £120 for it!
    [IMG]Screenshot 2020-09-27 at 17.37.50 by Oscar India, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]Screenshot 2020-09-27 at 17.38.22 by Oscar India, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]Screenshot 2020-09-27 at 17.38.40 by Oscar India, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]Screenshot 2020-09-27 at 17.38.55 by Oscar India, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    The postman has just been...


    I have been after one of these for a while.

    The seller also threw in a freebie which I also rather like


    Happy days!

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    Arrived the other week but it took the local jeweller some time sorting the links as it was beyond my capabilities. Love it now I can wear it, a lovely piece.


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    Quote Originally Posted by thebuffoon View Post
    Arrived the other week but it took the local jeweller some time sorting the links as it was beyond my capabilities. Love it now I can wear it, a lovely piece.

    That is lovely! GPís recent ceramic models are top! Congrat.

    BW,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willows View Post
    New incomingÖthe Rolex Submariner 124060! I took a long walk in the late summer sunshine today and took some pics. This thing is stunning!

    I had been waiting on a 114060 from earlier this year and was very grateful to be offered the new version - the first to be sold at my AD, apparently.

    I canít tell you how thrilled I am with it!




    Congratulations. I prefer the new slimmer lugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnlover View Post
    The postman has just been...

    Happy days!
    Absolutely!
    My old clock used to tell the time and subdivide diurnity; but now it's lost both hands and chime and only tells eternity. PH

  46. #10896
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    Got lucky at the weekend at the local AD with this, love the strap...

    D21FF269-60ED-4605-A216-12A5EF76755B by Berty234, on Flickr

    7DD61A4E-A3D4-4DB7-B681-E60313405F63 by Berty234, on Flickr

    46D9FF19-F08E-42C3-B5B8-C73C6420789E by Berty234, on Flickr
    Last edited by Berty234; 28th September 2020 at 15:42.

  47. #10897
    After a three months wait....
    A bronze beauty!

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  48. #10898
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    Got a birth year watch for the Mrs. Keeping this hidden the right occasion. Might be a bit too flashy for me to wear on occasions.




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    Quote Originally Posted by jackjack View Post
    Got a birth year watch for the Mrs. Keeping this hidden the right occasion. Might be a bit too flashy for me to wear on occasions.




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    Very nice!! Is that the 28mm?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Berty234 View Post
    Got lucky at the weekend at the local AD with this, love the strap...

    46D9FF19-F08E-42C3-B5B8-C73C6420789E by Berty234, on Flickr
    I was lucky enough to get my BB58 Blue on the bracelet but ordered the blue strap straight away. I think it looks absolutely amazing!

    Congratulations.


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