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    A rare outing for the Allenby Firebird. Not sure on the year (some may say its from the decade which taste forgot) but oddly on the side it says 'Made in France', surely given its Gallic roots this should be 'Fabrique en France' instead.

    However it's a lovely old thing which needs to be worn more.

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    Have a good one


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    Z Blue out for the sun. HAGWE all


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    Friday 14/01/2022



    Still besotted…

    Hope you all have a good weekend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAJEN View Post


    HAGWE all
    I’ve got to say that made me stop and Google.

    It’s a nice looking watch.

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    Friday 14/01/2022



    Have a good weekend guys!
    Last edited by namzo; 14th January 2022 at 10:56.

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    Me too. Nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by namzo View Post
    I’ve got to say that made me stop and Google.

    It’s a nice looking watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by namzo View Post
    I’ve got to say that made me stop and Google.

    It’s a nice looking watch.
    I misread it as ‘giggle’ and then spent a minute studying the markings on the watch - for the joke!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackW View Post
    Can I ask what strap that is, Tony? I'm having trouble finding suitable straps for my Aerospace (other than Breitling's own) and yours looks superb. Thanks.
    Yes, it’s a ZuluDiver Lunar. They’ve been on offer for a while and might still be. (I bought 3)!
    Last edited by learningtofly; 14th January 2022 at 13:19.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackal View Post
    I misread it as ‘giggle’ and then spent a minute studying the markings on the watch - for the joke!!!
    don’t worry I’m not fully awake until lunchtime either

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    Hagwe

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    The new Calibre 2100 Ltd Ed (No 403).

    Very happy.

    Made me feel 21 again!

    HAGWE.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Kenney View Post
    A lot of forum love for this in the week, so it had to be the 2500.



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    Looks fantastic. But I would say that as a fellow PO 2500 owner.

    Can I ask what strap this is on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by namzo View Post
    I’ve got to say that made me stop and Google.

    It’s a nice looking watch.
    Thanks
    Indeed it is. There is a similar watch from San Martin which they sell with a Sellita movement which is cheaper. But I opted for this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by learningtofly View Post
    Yes, it’s a ZuluDiver Lunar. They’ve been on offer for a while and might still be. (I bought 3)!
    Many thanks, order placed!

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    Dress Down Friday


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    Quote Originally Posted by blackal View Post
    What is the red dot around 23minutes - for? Had a look on the Zodiac website, but nothing jumps out.

    Most of the collections from this period are long forgotten, except for one: the Point series—generally referred to as the “Dot” series among collectors.
    With the Point series, Monnier sought to create a tiered system of technical watches, with a specific focus on divers and chronographs.
    The three tiers were Red, Gold, and Silver. The distinction between the three tiers is somewhat unclear.
    Some believe it to be one of quality, with differentiating factors being things like the type of crystal (e.g. acrylic vs. sapphire), band, and movement finishing.


    Full article here

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    Got this as a stocking filler at Christmas and I love it. I try not to think about the fact it's all the watch I could ever need and is available new for less than £20!


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    Explorer II today. HAGWE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Kenney View Post
    A lot of forum love for this in the week, so it had to be the 2500.



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    The best looking one they ever made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paw3001 View Post
    Followed by the light side!
    We couldn’t have timed that better if we had tried! Looks like the large version, to my medium. Hope you’re loving it as much as I am!


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    Staying warm in the home office, need a tough watch for the desk diving. HAGWE!


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    Sammy today


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    Steinhart today. Have a good weekend.


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    On a frosty dog walk this morning

    https://i.postimg.cc/3ws8Sp9c/1-D7-A...7-DE5-D5-D.jpg

    Have a good W/E





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    Rather in love with this…



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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    Most of the collections from this period are long forgotten, except for one: the Point series—generally referred to as the “Dot” series among collectors.
    With the Point series, Monnier sought to create a tiered system of technical watches, with a specific focus on divers and chronographs.
    The three tiers were Red, Gold, and Silver. The distinction between the three tiers is somewhat unclear.
    Some believe it to be one of quality, with differentiating factors being things like the type of crystal (e.g. acrylic vs. sapphire), band, and movement finishing.


    Full article here

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    Up in the Peak District enjoying the sun with the 995. It’s not been off the wrist since it arrived.


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    Have a great weekend guys



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    Have a good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogDen View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by degsey View Post
    Looks fantastic. But I would say that as a fellow PO 2500 owner.

    Can I ask what strap this is on?

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    Thanks.

    Yes, it is this one - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/294071474...r=592759498375

    Also discussed here - https://forum.tz-uk.com/showthread.p...18#post5893918

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    This today



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