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    Good to see I'm not alone with the CWC's.

    Pair of CWC G10 Fatboys('80 and '82)


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    Some old military dogs. Most of these have found new homes now. I'll forever regret selling that NOS Seiko Gen 2 non-lume.








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    Prile of tags and one dog

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    Pair of SevenFridays on a Wednesday



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    16750s:


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    Quote Originally Posted by colin t View Post
    16750s:

    Cracking trio Buddy love that reference,


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    Quote Originally Posted by colin t View Post
    16750s:

    I approve

    I have a matte 16750, a 16753 (root beer) and a 16700 (just for fun).

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    Twins by biglewie, on Flickr

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    Two pairs?


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    Just love this design. Might yet get the brown version....

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    A pair of trios





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    SeaDwellers, pair of pairs.

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    A lot of beautiful pieces here

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    Just a few Speedies!




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    Alpinists:

    All of them are gone. Two to Wallasey Runner to fund the next post:
    Last edited by ollipekka; 26th March 2020 at 06:09.

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    Cal 564 Omegas. This is just a few. I have actually quite few of the 168.022 (cal 564) and 168.023 (cal 751) omegas and their bracelets.

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    Box + papers automatic Technos Sky Diver from 1979

    (Not actually the same watch, I bought and sold this one, because there was another box (sans paper) floating around waiting to be grabbed)

    A pair of lates 60s / early 70s Technos Sky Divers in restoration queue:


    I guess I'm a bit of a hoarder.

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    Pair of sporks, still one of my favourite watches :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by markl View Post
    IWCs...



    Similar.


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    A forth added - sort of ...



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    I've got loads of doubles, triples and foursomes of some of the Seiko 7A38's in my collection.

    Here's a 3-way side-by-side shot I took yesterday, that I doubt will be appreciated by many.

    3 X blingy 7A38-6109 SAA114J.



    I finished building up the one on the right from a salesman's sample case yesterday:



    Not everybody's cup of tea, admittedly, but certainly a different slant on the 'diver' theme.

    Last edited by Seiko7A38; 27th March 2020 at 14:05.

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    A poor picture of a couple of oldies:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Balance wheel View Post
    Hard to beat that for an uber cool pairing

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    The same but different.....




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    Quote Originally Posted by chime101 View Post
    Hard to beat that for an uber cool pairing
    Thanks 😀👍 I use to have a trio of 1200t a yellow and turquoise and orange but I’ve only kept the yellow

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    4 3 2 1

    4 Seikos
    3 Prospex
    2 Shogun
    1 Chrono



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    Here is my latest pair:



    I bought the Iaxa last summer and like it a lot. I think it is the prettiest watch in my collection and in superb condition cosmetically.

    The Courtébert popped up for sale in January and I couldn't resist. The blue chapter ring and flashes of orange give it a character all of its own. What has struck me the most is that it appears that the date wheel is polished aluminium (or perhaps coated plastic?) which I have tried to capture below. It is something I haven't seen on a watch before.



    Both have an ETA 9150 Dynotron movement but unfortunately they work sporadically at best so definitely need a service. That'll only happen at some point in time so I can only admire them at the moment.

    I have seen photos on the net of a Courtébert with an identical dial to the Iaxa but don't feel the need to add that but do have my eyes open for any other variants. Just hoping that I don't find one as the money woudd be better off in the serving pot.
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    How about a pair of 16550’s.


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    a sort of "Trio"


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    Not sure if I can count these strictly as pairs but I see them as pairs.

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    Here's my trio of Seiko 7A38-6020 SAA041J's I snapped at the weekend.



    I'd just finished fettling the one on the left, now fitted with a NOS bezel, crystal, dial, etc.



    One down; two more still to go ....
    Last edited by Seiko7A38; 19th May 2020 at 11:40.

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    I previously had these two at the same time but have since sold both




    However, I've since bought these two




    And they will shortly be joined by this one which is on its way here from the US (and taking too bleedin' long!!)


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    Quote Originally Posted by BSB View Post
    I previously had these two at the same time but have since sold both




    However, I've since bought these two




    And they will shortly be joined by this one which is on its way here from the US (and taking too bleedin' long!!)

    I presume you have seen the new GMT version recently released?
    I think they are a nice twist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnlover View Post
    I presume you have seen the new GMT version recently released?
    I think they are a nice twist.
    I have - they certainly look nice but for the time being, they're only available as a 38mm. All my current SDs are 45mms whereas my first was a (now discontinued) 40mm bronze which I felt was too small and the steel and orange was a 42mm. I asked them and they said they don't know whether they'll be producing in either 42 or 45mm yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSB View Post
    I previously had these two at the same time but have since sold both

    I've also been a Shark Diver appreciator and still have one like yours shown here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggie747 View Post
    I've also been a Shark Diver appreciator and still have one like yours shown here.
    Yours is so like my old one that it actually is my old one - you bought it from me, Greg. The black and orange combo is why I've bought the incoming PVD version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSB View Post
    Yours is so like my old one that it actually is my old one - you bought it from me, Greg. The black and orange combo is why I've bought the incoming PVD version.
    Really ? Oops (blushing) my apologies

    The PVD looks mean too.

    Hope you're well .

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggie747 View Post
    Really ? Oops (blushing) my apologies

    The PVD looks mean too.

    Hope you're well .
    LOL - I'm well, thank you and hope you are too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSB View Post
    LOL - I'm well, thank you and hope you are too!
    Yes, I am thank you after a little bit of an extremely well handled moment a fortnight ago.

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    Here's another blingy trio I completed this morning - 3 x Seiko gold-tone 7A38-7260 SAA100J's.


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    A pair of vintage Heuer's.

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