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    Well I’m a happy camper, bracelet sized so time for a Q&D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craizeehair View Post
    Well I’m a happy camper, bracelet sized so time for a Q&D.
    That is epic! When you're bored I might be lobbying you for this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wileeeeeey View Post
    That is epic! When you're bored I might be lobbying you for this!
    Cheers, I think I should have done it sooner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spareparts View Post
    Just a few iPhone snaps from this morning. I’m absolutely falling for this piece - it is so very wearable in more casual and relaxed settings. Favourite parts other than the dial itself are the stepped lugs. Some good articles on this 5212A reference from the usual suspects.












    I guess 2/3 years since I first told my AD that I loved the watch at its launch at Baselworld 2019. Mind you, I have a list of models that he has me down for… my ‘reward’ tends to be one per year.


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    Fabulous.

    I’m sold so it’s on the purchase radar and imminently. Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craizeehair View Post
    Well I’m a happy camper, bracelet sized so time for a Q&D.
    Lovely. If I had the wrists to carry it off, I absolutely would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gareth-W View Post
    Fabulous.

    I’m sold so it’s on the purchase radar and imminently. Thank you
    I think it's the off-white silver opaline dial and slim dimensions that makes it so wearable. Good luck - hope you receive it in good time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Idontgram View Post
    Could I ask where you got the strap?
    Two Stitch Straps


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    Well I’m a happy camper, bracelet sized so time for a Q&D.
    Nice one Greg looks fabulous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoodles View Post
    Nice one Greg looks fabulous!
    Thanks Vince, I was hoping to try the Midas straps you had but I missed them by a day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickRed71 View Post
    Two Stitch Straps


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    Thanks!

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    Looks fantastic Greg!

    Two incomings for me, and I think im done for a while.





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    Oops, I did it again...


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    Breguet Type XX Transatlantique


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    I’m addicted to buy Seikos

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    Quote Originally Posted by verv View Post
    Looks fantastic Greg!

    Two incomings for me, and I think im done for a while.
    Excellent. Hope you enjoy the SD43. If someone doesn’t like the SD43, I take it personally:-)
    Excellent pic,BTW. I wasn’t proactive when the FXD came out but am hankering for one now. Hopefully can find one at sensible price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmgg1988 View Post
    Breguet Type XX Transatlantique

    I have always thought these are a lovely looking watch and in todays world of price stupidity they are a bargain.
    Enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewitt13 View Post
    In from Steve today.....

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    Looks amazing. Congrats

    Few wrist shots now

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    New Zelos Hammerhead 3 Bronze Metorite.
    Getting ready for the summer

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    Quote Originally Posted by verv View Post
    Looks fantastic Greg!

    Two incomings for me, and I think im done for a while.




    Very nice C. How sou you feel that the SD43 compares to the DSSD?

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    After a year on the waitlist, got the call. Have to say was worth the wait. This could be my end game watch. Totally love it.

    Interestingly though, the AD mention that production was moved outside Rolex?? And that he expects to see a lot more come through now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Linc View Post


    After a year on the waitlist, got the call. Have to say was worth the wait. This could be my end game watch. Totally love it.

    Interestingly though, the AD mention that production was moved outside Rolex?? And that he expects to see a lot more come through now.


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    This is true for Tudor. Few months and then all good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robsmck View Post
    Very nice C. How sou you feel that the SD43 compares to the DSSD?
    Infinitely more comfortable imo. The DSSD is a fabulous lump but the 43 is a better all-rounder.

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    Just arrived- I needed a cheap but legible beater for bike rides





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    Quote Originally Posted by verv View Post
    Infinitely more comfortable imo. The DSSD is a fabulous lump but the 43 is a better all-rounder.
    Agreed, I found the DSSD a bit too top heavy when I tried it on (admittedly this was the older model where the bracelet I think is narrower compared to the newer one), so delighted I went with the SD43.

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    A very special 7C43. I'm happy. I've had it for a few weeks but I took some new photo's today after I fitted a new crystal. I then noticed that the date was wrong. Oh well.


    Last edited by j111dja; 25th May 2022 at 18:14.

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    New pick up tonight




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    I was offered black or white and went with the white. Not sure it’s a keeper yet, but very comfy, good size, low weight, very easy to use crown and pushers.

    Can I live with the delay distinguishing the hands from the dial.. I think so.

    I think it will be moving onto a black NATO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe narvey View Post

    I was offered black or white and went with the white. Not sure it’s a keeper yet, but very comfy, good size, low weight, very easy to use crown and pushers.

    Can I live with the delay distinguishing the hands from the dial.. I think so.

    I think it will be moving onto a black NATO.
    Looks good.
    Please screw down the pushers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAJEN View Post
    Looks good.
    Please screw down the pushers.
    Well spotted. Order is restored.


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    First Nato purchase

    After my other thread, on bezel issues on my vintage Seiko Arnie, decided as this has been my cycling & running watch recently, that the stock Z22 flat vent Seiko strap needing changing.

    Being someone who likes OEM stuff, found a black Seiko Nato (with Seiko signed buckle - for the Seiko 5 mind you). Once I got the bezel back on and turning (still awkward but think that's the design on these). Plopped the Nato on.

    Definitely a better look IMHO and feel for the watch, especially for what I'll be using it for.

    May take some time getting used to the buckle being further around the wrist mind you.




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    New one for the Missus


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wimm View Post
    Oops, I did it again...

    Looks great, right up my alley. Off to the interwebs I go...

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    Finally pulled the trigger, my first brand new watch that cost over a grand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McBeardy View Post
    the stock Z22 flat vent Seiko strap needing changing.

    Being someone who likes OEM stuff, found a black Seiko Nato (with Seiko signed buckle - for the Seiko 5 mind you).




    The zuludiver 284 is a great replacement if you want it back on rubber.

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    My first TT for years, didn’t ‘float my boat’ when i just looked at some pictures, soon as i saw one in the flesh knew i had to have one…

    [IMG] [/IMG]

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    Super happy to be getting this before my holiday. Was iffy about the size as I am used to 34-36mm vintage dress watches. I think the size gives it a modern twist.




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    Quote Originally Posted by 50kopek View Post
    Looks great, right up my alley. Off to the interwebs I go...
    Thank you, they are quite interesting watches as they were the first waterproof/resistant watches that Citizen produced. It's a lovely little thing a d is keeping reasonable good time for a sixty year old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spareparts View Post
    Just delivered and tried on for the first time, the Patek 5212A weekly calendar on a darker PP strap. Absolutely smitten. Some colourful suede, ostrich, and calf straps already on order!




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    Beautiful watch

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by jackjack View Post
    Super happy to be getting this before my holiday. Was iffy about the size as I am used to 34-36mm vintage dress watches. I think the size gives it a modern twist.




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    Beautiful 6119G. Will you try it on other straps?

    I’m looking at a 6119R next week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gareth-W View Post
    Beautiful 6119G. Will you try it on other straps?

    I’m looking at a 6119R next week
    Thanks Gareth. I was actually trying to get a calf strap for it. Will look around on the weekend. Being 21mm it’s a little annoying.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Craizeehair View Post
    Well I’m a happy camper, bracelet sized so time for a Q&D.
    LOVE that Greg mate, LOVE that!!

    To be honest the (most comfortable of any that I own) rubber strap on my AP Diver makes it that bit ‘something different’ to most of my watches being on bracelets, but seeing your pics has got me wondering!

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    Quote Originally Posted by verv View Post
    ….and I think I’m done for a while.

    Congrat’s Celia and “yeah yeah yeah, righto!!”

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100thmonkey View Post


    Love the look, especially in white, but simply can’t imagine ‘the wear’….

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    Different blue than my 023 but much more wearable as smaller with its marvellous domed glass and in-house hi beat calibre
    … welcome home 037



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    Quote Originally Posted by spuds View Post
    LOVE that Greg mate, LOVE that!!

    To be honest the (most comfortable of any that I own) rubber strap on my AP Diver makes it that bit ‘something different’ to most of my watches being on bracelets, but seeing your pics has got me wondering!
    Thanks Dan, SO DO I !!!

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    Saw one of these in the window today, tried it on… loved the dial. Probably my favourite Save the Ocean dial… but the bubble over the day/date was misaligned (seems to be quite common on Monsters these days from what I can see).

    They only had 1 in stock so I went to another Seiko dealer. They also had just 1. The bubble on this one seems a bit better (maybe not bang on, but within tolerance not to trigger my OCD)… so I had to have it. Only went out for Sun Screen lotion.








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    Just got this in for review and I think gorgeous an amazing in-house movement with a 100 hour power reserve

    Last edited by bazza.; 28th May 2022 at 19:54.

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    ^^^ Lovely. I've long been a secrect(ish) admirer of Pequinets. Good for you for reviewing one. They seem to me to deserve more attention.

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