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  1. #9301
    Craftsman ozzyb123's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by daraghmack View Post
    I picked this up on SC last week, I have been after an AT for a long time, finally got one!

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    Very nice!


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    This one landed on Monday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyman View Post
    Great contribution.
    Wonder what he'll be selling when he gets his post count up?

    Fake Rolexes perchance...

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    I was debating wether to put this in Incoming/New Arrivals or Show Us Your G-Shocks but here, my new G-Shock GST-W100G that I picked up this afternoon.

    Had a hankering for a G-Shock a few years ago but bought an Apple Watch instead. Finally returned to the metaphorical itch, and scratched it!


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    Very pleased to get the call yesterday after 3 months wait! Decided to go for the leather strap and order the steel bracelet separately. Bit of haggling with the AD and managed to get the package for a bit more of the cost of the bracelet version.

    Incredibly comfortable on the wrist and such a wonderful look!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onelasttime View Post
    I need cheering up and quite liked the look of this …



    Lovely creamy tritium
    Has it arrived yet? I was watching that because the BIN price looked pretty keen, so you did well. Just shows what happens if you hesitate! Nice to know it's in the forum now - increases our chances when you sell on...

  7. #9307
    I have been a bit late with posting some of my new watches over the past year. I have been spending money renovating the home my mother lives in as well as adding new stuff to my own home. Gets a bit crazy at times including this morning at 7:30 AM when the final window upgrades were completed.

    So -

    My Yema Superman Swell, a gift from Thunder1. I have since ordered a heritage blue dial from Yema as well.




    Vintage Yema which is currently at watch repair shop




    Glycine Combat



    Glycine Combat Sub in Bronze



    Eterna Eternity




    Gevril Generation 1 now for sale




    Another Bulova Lunar Pilot (ordered a new sailcloth strap for it)




    Longines Big Date (Master Collection) purchased from Thunder1





    Bulova Oceanographer




    And I found this old thing in a box in the storage shed. Now gifted to my youngest grandson Josh.






    Damn, forgot this one, Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Reveil Globe MP6388




  8. #9308
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    Very nice selection Koi,

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    Probably a bit Marmite, but I'm very happy with this

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    Quote Originally Posted by koimaster View Post
    Glycine Combat Sub in Bronze


    Was this the one on SC recently, was tempted with that one myself.
    Looks lovely!

    Chris.

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    I just received little brother Everest 36mm Tuesday to join big brother Vanguard.




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    Just received this today...
    Actually found one in stock at retail...
    Biggest box ive ever seen for a watch..
    Was going to keep it stickered as I thought it would be an investment piece.. but the combination of black and gold and the red tip of the second hand.. i know some think its cheesy but I love the actual look and quality.. so going to wear it and forget about getting a black gold submariner.



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    Have one of these coming tomorrow! (Not this particular one, Nicked this pic off the net!)




    John

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    Ive got one of these coming in the next few days a Laco Memmingen Hand winder

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    The Incoming / New Arrival Thread

    Delivered this morning courtesy of a first class trade on this excellent forum, been wanting one of these for ages and not disappointed.






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    Last edited by davidj54; 6th March 2020 at 11:52. Reason: To add lume shot

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    Bit giddy, but bespoke Damasko DC80 just ordered -


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    ...told my friend to find me one last year, got one myself in the meantime...now I will have two

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  18. #9318
    Quote Originally Posted by earlofsodbury View Post
    Bit giddy, but bespoke Damasko DC80 just ordered -

    Ooooo that looks great!

    How do you go about ordering a bespoke Damasko and what’s the lead time please?


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    Quote Originally Posted by earlofsodbury View Post
    Bit giddy, but bespoke Damasko DC80 just ordered -

    Really like that - especially the red accents which I guess was part of the bespoke look?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waser View Post
    Ooooo that looks great!

    How do you go about ordering a bespoke Damasko and what’s the lead time please?


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    In this instance I cobbled the image above together (probably wholly unnecessary but kinda satisfying), typed my request into google translate, and emailed Damasko sales ( sales@damasko-watches.com ) and asked if they could do it. I then braced myself for either no-response-at-all, a curt "no", or a doubling of the standard price.

    They responded within the hour with "yes" and an additional charge of just Eu50!

    Worth noting that as per the usual, bespoke items cannot be returned if you have a change of mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtagrant View Post
    Really like that - especially the red accents which I guess was part of the bespoke look?
    Zackly - I wasn't keen on the green version, have too many orange tinted watches already, and felt the all-white version didn't make the chrono hands sufficiently conspicuous.

    I also wanted the "castellated" bezel from the DC66/7 range, marked with hour increments, so I can set it to track hours alongside the minutes and seconds.

    Really happy with the effect.

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    Forgot to mention - lead time is 4-6 weeks.

  22. #9322
    Quote Originally Posted by earlofsodbury View Post
    In this instance I cobbled the image above together (probably wholly unnecessary but kinda satisfying), typed my request into google translate, and emailed Damasko sales ( sales@damasko-watches.com ) and asked if they could do it. I then braced myself for either no-response-at-all, a curt "no", or a doubling of the standard price.

    They responded within the hour with "yes" and an additional charge of just Eu50!

    Worth noting that as per the usual, bespoke items cannot be returned if you have a change of mind.
    Good stuff. Has an EZM1-like look to it.


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    Just in,need to sort the bracelet length now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waser View Post
    Good stuff. Has an EZM1-like look to it.
    Indeed. Except half the price. And they still make it. And the crown+pushers are on the correct side!

  25. #9325
    Quote Originally Posted by earlofsodbury View Post
    And the crown+pushers are on the correct side!
    Ooooooo controversial! :-)

    The DC82 has the date at 4 o’clock. I noted your mockup was based on the DC80. Just thought I’d mention it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by waser View Post
    The DC82 has the date at 4 o’clock. I noted your mockup was based on the DC80. Just thought I’d mention it.
    Well spotted. Rest assured that is as intended!

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    This has been on my Wanted list for some time. A Seiko 6138 'jumbo', arrived today from a listing on SC. It needs a service to get it up to everyday wear but it's in good condition for its age, with the original crystal unmarked and the case crisp and unpolished. I'll be looking for a period correct metal bracelet in due course. Overall I'm very happy to get it for the price I paid.

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  29. #9329
    Quote Originally Posted by sish101 View Post
    This has been on my Wanted list for some time. A Seiko 6138 'jumbo', arrived today from a listing on SC. It needs a service to get it up to everyday wear but it's in good condition for its age, with the original crystal unmarked and the case crisp and unpolished. I'll be looking for a period correct metal bracelet in due course. Overall I'm very happy to get it for the price I paid.

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    Congrats - I have a 3002 and it is a fantastic watch! I did have the correct bracelet some years ago (I had a 'backup' 3002..) but found it to be a bit of a hair puller. It resides on a custom black and yellow stitched Toshi - a bit chunky, but works well with the size of the 3002. One of my favourite in my collection, so enjoy it once it's been serviced!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyp View Post
    Congrats - I have a 3002 and it is a fantastic watch! I did have the correct bracelet some years ago (I had a 'backup' 3002..) but found it to be a bit of a hair puller. It resides on a custom black and yellow stitched Toshi - a bit chunky, but works well with the size of the 3002. One of my favourite in my collection, so enjoy it once it's been serviced!
    Thanks, I imagine the yellow stitching goes well with the yellow hands. From what I've read, the correct Seiko bracelet can be very hard to come by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sish101 View Post
    Thanks, I imagine the yellow stitching goes well with the yellow hands. From what I've read, the correct Seiko bracelet can be very hard to come by.

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    Yea I probably shouldn’t have sold the bracelet for pretty much peanuts back then!

    Here’s a pic to give you an idea -




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    Spent a wonderful couple of hours talking bikes, cars watches, Isle of Mann, Italy, France and all sorts and walked away with this.
    A very rare limited edition Corum Bubble Dive Bomber Chrono

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    Quote Originally Posted by uktotty View Post
    Spent a wonderful couple of hours talking bikes, cars watches, Isle of Mann, Italy, France and all sorts and walked away with this.
    A very rare limited edition Corum Bubble Dive Bomber Chrono
    Congrats on the watch and buying experience!

  34. #9334
    Quote Originally Posted by Bonzodog View Post
    Just in,need to sort the bracelet length now.
    A lovely choice. Acrylic crystal? If yes, that was my choice of Sinn a matter of days before finding a Lemania-driven Fortis.

    Day
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    12hr chronograph
    Rotating bezel

    So damn practical!

  35. #9335
    My new incoming, picked up last night.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Kippax View Post
    My new incoming, picked up last night.




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    It all makes sense now. Well done Wes

  37. #9337
    Quote Originally Posted by Wallasey Runner View Post
    It all makes sense now. Well done Wes
    Very difficult to let any of them go Ken, been inundated with interest. It’s a shame I just can’t keep them all.


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    always nice to try a new brand and I have to say the finish is on par with much pricier marques. First impressions excellent. Thanks Simon.

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    A long journey, but it finally arrived. Like it.
    Someone who lies about the little things will lie about the big things too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyBin5 View Post
    always nice to try a new brand and I have to say the finish is on par with much pricier marques. First impressions excellent. Thanks Simon.
    Beautiful and nicely decorated dial...well done!!!

  41. #9341
    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    A long journey, but it finally arrived. Like it.
    Lovely!


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    Shops should perform alcohol tests before any purchase

    [whisper] i actually like it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    A long journey, but it finally arrived. Like it.

    very interesting the shared DNA

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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyBin5 View Post

    very interesting the shared DNA
    Lemania 1340. Mine is from 1974, 46 years old.
    Someone who lies about the little things will lie about the big things too.

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    A modern incoming and first ceramic!


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    I love that Speedmaster. There's something really fun about it. Unfortunately, it's way too big for me.

    Congratulations!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffe View Post
    A long journey, but it finally arrived. Like it.
    Very nice. Another variant here, Lemania 5012.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hughtrimble View Post
    A lovely choice. Acrylic crystal? If yes, that was my choice of Sinn a matter of days before finding a Lemania-driven Fortis.

    Day
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    12hr chronograph
    Rotating bezel

    So damn practical!
    Yes,acrylic.Gave me a few sleepless nights worrying about this material.An upgrade is available at €500.00

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    The Incoming / New Arrival Thread

    This came in on Friday night. I know it’s a boring choice for some but I am really pleased with it. Far better looking than my date model!


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    This Ricoh 700m arrived on Friday. Made in late 70s or 1980, powered by a Ricoh 5 jewels quartz movement 590. The watch case is made of titanium, the crystal is a mineral/hardlex crystal afaik and comes with a screw down crystal retaining ring. It's large and heavy and very similar in size to the vintage Seiko 600m Tunas.






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