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    Master
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    Start of a collection

    I think Iíve finally found a bit of direction in this watch related madness !!!
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    Time to diversify me thinks....or double down! Some nice watches there, all vintage?

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    Nice, is it going to be a broad military direction or something more specific, RAF perhaps. I do like that Smiths and the Precista.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyp View Post
    Time to diversify me thinks....or double down! Some nice watches there, all vintage?
    Yep all vintage, Smiths 1967, CWC 1976, CWC non circle logo fatboy 1980, Precista fatboy 1982, CWC fatboy 1982 and CWC medium fatboy (offset battery hatch) 1983.


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    Quote Originally Posted by size11s View Post
    Nice, is it going to be a broad military direction or something more specific, RAF perhaps. I do like that Smiths and the Precista.
    All Army at the moment but I like the idea of one of each - Army, Navy, RAF


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    A Pulsar Gen 1 would look nice in your collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MADDOG View Post
    A Pulsar Gen 1 would look nice in your collection.
    Like the one you have on SC, for instance?

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    Nice to see another issued Precista here. Yours being 1982 will be one of a batch of 5,000 W10s made that year, the serials being 9500/82 to 14500/82. I have a 6BB from 1984, when 1600 were made, with serials in the range of 28800/84 to 30400/84. You may find this site interesting.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Redcoat View Post
    Like the one you have on SC, for instance?

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    [QUOTE=magirus;5106340]Nice to see another issued Precista here. Yours being 1982 will be one of a batch of 5,000 W10s made that year, the serials being 9500/82 to 14500/82. I have a 6BB from 1984, when 1600 were made, with serials in the range of 28800/84 to 30400/84. You may find this site[COLOR=#333333] interesting.

    Have recorded a slightly broader range of 1665 for the 84 6BB

    S/N's 28778 to 30443


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    I have one of theses little 6bb beauties too. 29xxx/84. It doesn't get as much wrist time as it deserves really.

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