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    Vostok ticking

    Thanks to Lampoc (Jamie) my Vostok is now happily ticking away.
    A small Donation made to Fundraiser as well.



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    Nice One.

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    No worries mate. There really seems to be a glut of dodgy (dodgier than normal anyway) Vostoks coming out of Russia nowadays. I actually picked a small hair out of the gear train on this one!

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    Applause all round!

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    Thanks Jamie & to dkpw !!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lampoc View Post
    No worries mate. There really seems to be a glut of dodgy (dodgier than normal anyway) Vostoks coming out of Russia nowadays. I actually picked a small hair out of the gear train on this one!
    I bought a Kommandirski recently and have just notice what I thought at first was a crack in the plexi, but now appears to be a metal shaving which has attached itself to the inside of the glass. Expensive job to sort? It's only an 80 watch after all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Wolff View Post
    I bought a Kommandirski recently and have just notice what I thought at first was a crack in the plexi, but now appears to be a metal shaving which has attached itself to the inside of the glass. Expensive job to sort? It's only an 80 watch after all
    It should be a 2 minute job assuming the metal shaving isn't from somewhere important in the watch :S

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    Cool

    They all come with those, and fingerprints. That is what fifty quid gets you.

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