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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveDSSD View Post

    A CW Worldtimer:

    Really love the look of that. The 24hr bezel gives it an Enicar Sherpa Guide/Jet look.

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    The Big Yin....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 50kopek View Post
    Really love the look of that. The 24hr bezel gives it an Enicar Sherpa Guide/Jet look.
    Yes I see what you mean :)

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    I rather like a GMT or 3:






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    2 currently in my collection, one of Eddie’s


    And one from the much loved pen (but maligned watch) maker:

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    A GMT is my favourite complication.
    I tend to set my 2nd TZ to NYC out of a habit developed for a job I no longer have.
    2 mechanicals, 1 tuningfork and one Ana-Digi that is a bit of a cheat as a GMT as I set the digital to a 2nd TZ.
    I have another couple of GMTs en route that I'll add when they arrive









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    Quote Originally Posted by banie01 View Post
    A GMT is my favourite complication.
    I tend to set my 2nd TZ to NYC out of a habit developed for a job I no longer have.
    2 mechanicals, 1 tuningfork and one Ana-Digi that is a bit of a cheat as a GMT as I set the digital to a 2nd TZ.
    I have another couple of GMTs en route that I'll add when they arrive


    I have one of those - you don't see a lot of them about. The clear caseback adds to the fun of that Seamaster variant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom-P View Post
    I have one of those - you don't see a lot of them about. The clear caseback adds to the fun of that Seamaster variant.
    Thanks, I agree with you, they do seem to be quite a rare one.
    Its one of the few watches I own that I actively went hunting for.
    I am a fan of the Bond era wave dial, I much prefer it to the current iteration.
    Then I found out there was a GMT variant.
    I had a WTB for a while but eventually bought mine via Chrino24.

    I've spitballed a new bezel insert and even considered a ceramic if I could lay hands on it, but I've left it as it is.
    Last edited by banie01; 18th February 2024 at 16:36.

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    Sorry not my photo, but I've one of these boxed up in the loft.
    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

    'Populism, the last refuge of a Tory scoundrel'.

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    The watch I use for all international travel.

    Ceramic lumed bezel, sapphire, Swiss movement and 600m WR so I can risk a splash in the hotel pool.

    Cheap enough that it I am not precious with it whether sand, sea or boozing.


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    There she is again…..

    Got a new watch, divers watch it is, had to drown the bastard to get it!

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    I’m still loving this. Someone please buy my bb blue


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    Here is my latest, 1963 exclamation mark tropical dial gilt.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Kash View Post
    Here is my latest, 1963 exclamation mark tropical dial gilt.




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    That is stunning!

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    Looks like a coke bezel under certain angles


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    Can’t see that I’ve posted in this thread before so here goes.

    My Ulysse Nardin dual time.

    Such an easy to read and use GMT complication.



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    Also, thanks to the unique way Tapatalk uploads photos.

    My PAM321 which is slightly less easy to read being a 12 hour GMT hand with no am/pm indicator but having used it abroad it doesn’t really make that much difference.


    This does mean the GMT hand can hide behind the hour hand.


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    Utterly pointless complication when wearing this watch in the same time zone as home. But I still love it. Omega Great White on Hirsh Robbie.




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    One of Eddie’s just arrived.

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