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  1. #551
    Grand Master
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    I値l be there, not sure about the jim-jams though. I知 not a pyjamas type of guy so it値l probably be the Levi jeans and Fred Perry polo. The sexy santa suit is packed away in the loft with the christmas decorations and its staying there........best place for it!

    The 36mm Explorer relaunch is an interesting one, there are times when I regret selling my 114270 in late 2018 but I was bored with the watch and the money it represented seemed too tempting, double what I paid for it after 9 years ownership.

    A Smiths 36mm Everest seems exceedingly good value by comparison!

  2. #552
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    Question. Do the top and trousers of the jammies have to match?

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  3. #553
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    Quote Originally Posted by walkerwek1958 View Post
    I値l be there, not sure about the jim-jams though. I知 not a pyjamas type of guy so it値l probably be the Levi jeans and Fred Perry polo. The sexy santa suit is packed away in the loft with the christmas decorations and its staying there........best place for it!

    The 36mm Explorer relaunch is an interesting one, there are times when I regret selling my 114270 in late 2018 but I was bored with the watch and the money it represented seemed too tempting, double what I paid for it after 9 years ownership.

    A Smiths 36mm Everest seems exceedingly good value by comparison!
    Apologies for my attendance , I am fitting new wheels to my road bike tonight. Re 36 mm I must be a sucker as I have both an 114270 (2006) and Eddies Prs25 Everest albeit with a white dial. Is the 114270 16 times better? Well not according to my wrist time. Plus Im happy spannering and gardening with the Prs25 , not something I do with my 114270.

    Steve

  4. #554
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    I might pass on this recovering from the anaesthetic earlier from surgery :(

    Got the Jim jams on though

  5. #555
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    Quote Originally Posted by g40steve View Post
    I might pass on this recovering from the anaesthetic earlier from surgery :(

    Got the Jim jams on though
    hope the op went well.

    z

  6. #556
    Master
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    Running late as I am working still.

  7. #557
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    Me also. Be there soon.

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  8. #558
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    Soz folks - did not get back home until nearly midnight.
    When you look long into an abyss, the abyss looks long into you.........

  9. #559
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    Good to have met some of you yesterday, thanks for organising this.

    Let's see if I'm still a two watch man next time I join you!

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