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    Hemel HF T20




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    Have a good one :)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokyo Tokei View Post
    They are designed by an independent Japanese watchmaker called Hajime Asaoka. If you run this page through Google Translate, there is some more information. Hope that helps?
    Yes, thank you. A very interesting lunchtime read, some truly exquisite watches but sadly outside of my spending power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyp View Post
    Many thanks! No issues then getting them in despite non curved?
    Two sets of spring bar holes on the 17.06 and some earlier Mings, one for curved straps closer to the case and another pair for straight straps a bit further down the lug. The tropic was a snug fit but went in without too much trouble, here a better pic seeing as its a Friday and all..



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    This one back on for the weekend.




    Have a great weekend

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    Friday 11th June

    Have a good weekend!

    Last edited by williemays; 11th June 2021 at 14:32.

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    This today. Still a firm favourite. I love the burgundy coloured bezel.



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    Divingstar GMT - HAGWA


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    Quote Originally Posted by minskii View Post
    Two sets of spring bar holes on the 17.06 and some earlier Mings, one for curved straps closer to the case and another pair for straight straps a bit further down the lug. The tropic was a snug fit but went in without too much trouble, here a better pic seeing as its a Friday and all..



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    Totally forgot those had the two lug holes!

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    Still loving this one, especially when the sunshine supercharges the lume


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    Funky fumé Friday with the gorgeous Moser Heritage…




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    This H4 on a heritageleather strap

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    Fancied a change from the MM300 and plumped for the Explorer. This is coming up for its seventh birthday and thoughts are turning towards a service. However it is running +2 a day :)

    Stay safe, enjoy your watches and have a lovely weekend.


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    I did not know that. I’ve often wondered about the possibility of adding a second set of spring bar holes on some of my watches… He really is pushing the envelope from a design perspective that chap. I am going to have to own one of these one day :)

    Quote Originally Posted by minskii View Post
    Two sets of spring bar holes on the 17.06 and some earlier Mings, one for curved straps closer to the case and another pair for straight straps a bit further down the lug. The tropic was a snug fit but went in without too much trouble, here a better pic seeing as its a Friday and all..



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    It may not be that wonderful but it is quite rare. First LCD Silverwave.


    Enjoy your weekend.

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    Oh, and… project watch today.


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    Not sure what to call this. It's a Saga, but made by Timex. Handwind movement, 38 mm diameter with 18 mm lugs, semi quickset date complication and bi directional bezel. From the late 1970's. Have a fine and safe weekend.

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    Off to watch some motorsport tomorrow so this will be my set up!


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    Still the FF. HAGWE

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    Seiko 140th Anniversary Diver.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andyg156 View Post
    This H4 on a heritageleather strap
    This is my favourite Bremont. If they ever do a smaller version on a good bracelet I'll be in the queue.

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    This one for most of the day whilst out on the bikes. Excuse muttly. He misses me.




    And this for whatever the evening might bring.



    I hope everyone has a great weekend. Factor 50 weather by the sounds of it.

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    Have a great weekend, all!

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    Can't be bothered putting anything else on the wrist lately, this old girl just does its job so well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickyboyo View Post
    Can't be bothered putting anything else on the wrist lately, this old girl just does its job so well...

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    Nicest watch I've seen on this thread...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbaddes View Post
    ^^^^ now that’s a great looking watch

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    Changed to this for what feels like a much needed week away

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    My hat is off to you gents: an unusually deep mix of outstanding watches (and photographs) this Friday.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Danstone View Post
    Corum Admiral in bronze with wooden dial. HAGWE




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    I keep coming back to this. What a cool watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickyboyo View Post
    Can't be bothered putting anything else on the wrist lately, this old girl just does its job so well...

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    That may well have been owned by me many moons ago. If so, great to see it still on the forum, if not, great to see it on the forum anyway - still with its original crystal

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    HAG-sunny-WE


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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.Ldn View Post
    That may well have been owned by me many moons ago. If so, great to see it still on the forum, if not, great to see it on the forum anyway - still with its original crystal
    If you passed it on to Qatar-wol, then yes it was once yours. Still in the forum, still being worn and still the original crystal

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    Quote Originally Posted by paw3001 View Post
    Still loving this one, especially when the sunshine supercharges the lume

    Interesting choice. I like it.


    Fortis Classic Pilot Chronograph for me today.
    Last edited by j111dja; 11th June 2021 at 18:39.

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    HAGWE

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    Hot weather plus working in the paddock all week calls for a lightweight beater on a "fishnet" Perlon - it's Q&Q time:


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    First time for this in a while



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    Been wearing this all week



    Enjoy the sunshine!


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    Still not left my wrist. HAGWE



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    Life is good. Stay safe everyone and have a great weekend.

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    HAGWE from the tropics of Greater Manchester


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    Keeping the boiling time right..


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    Die Zeit verwandelt uns nicht, sie entfaltet uns nur.

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