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Thread: Will we need our watch collections when the coronapocolypse comes?

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    Craftsman ozzyb123's Avatar
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    Will we need our watch collections when the coronapocolypse comes?

    What good is a NOS vintage birth year Rolex 16710 full set including outer box and outer outer box...when it looks like the breakdown of society has already begun, starting in Leeds:




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    Errr...As a knuckle duster aka James Bond for when you have to fight your neighbour for the loo roll!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzyb123 View Post
    What good is a NOS vintage birth year Rolex 16710 full set including outer box and outer outer box...
    It would make me at least 20 years younger, better survival rate
    Don't Panic

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    One simply has to be imaginative :

    https://www.miltonaires.com/product/8894

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    Grand Master Mr Curta's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywood_Milton View Post
    One simply has to be imaginative :

    https://www.miltonaires.com/product/8894
    Don't Panic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywood_Milton View Post
    One simply has to be imaginative :

    https://www.miltonaires.com/product/8894
    Brilliant

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    Thatís the second time this week that the woman in the OP has made the national news. The first one was for some post she made about Motherís Day gifts. Looking at her facebook page it seems that every post she makes seems to be some sort of attempt to get attention so Iím guessing that the thing with her son either didnít happen or was organised by her. Really wish the media would stop giving cretins like her the attention that they so obviously desire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywood_Milton View Post
    One simply has to be imaginative :

    https://www.miltonaires.com/product/8894
    Nice one, Haywood

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    Quote Originally Posted by mycroft View Post
    Nice one, Haywood

    Simon
    I asked at my Rolex AD, but they said I'd have to wait 12 months to get the wipes...

    Still, I'm on the list and just waiting for the call!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywood_Milton View Post
    One simply has to be imaginative :

    https://www.miltonaires.com/product/8894
    Chapeau!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywood_Milton View Post
    One simply has to be imaginative :

    https://www.miltonaires.com/product/8894
    Haha hahahah . This really made me laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywood_Milton View Post
    One simply has to be imaginative :

    https://www.miltonaires.com/product/8894
    Entrepreneurship at itís finest. Best of British to you sir.


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    It's nice to wear a watch so you can constantly be aware of how slowly the day's dragging as you sit at home, waiting for the sweet release of death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywood_Milton View Post
    One simply has to be imaginative :

    https://www.miltonaires.com/product/8894
    Very good. I especially like "limited absorbency"!

    I'm just glad I stockpiled solar powered G-shocks... ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyMango View Post
    It's nice to wear a watch so you can constantly be aware of how slowly the day's dragging as you sit at home, waiting for the sweet release of death.
    What are you talking about? This is paradise. Sitting around doing nothing. Eating. Watching TV. Oh yes I am retired. Watches are just the cherry on top.

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    In the event of a worst case scenario we might be going back to sun dials

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    Quote Originally Posted by petay993 View Post
    In the event of a worst case scenario we might be going back to sun dials
    Or solar G shocks / eco drives?


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