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Old 11-08-2019, 06:28 AM   #26 (permalink)
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Do love the audio plastic fantastic. Scuba beater today. Cheers all.

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Morning all. Beater for dog walking this morning, something else for brunch in town later. first proper frost of the year too.



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Non Seiko for now. Will switch to a Credor later, till than it’s the Balaur from Aevig.



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[QUOTE=zeke441;2847545]Nice Oris Neil! The placement of the sub dial sets it apart from others.[/,QUOTE]

Jerry Sir Thank you,It’s a very Heavy Top Drawer 1000m Diver I always Wanted
Even though I wanted the Carlos Costa limited Run which does look the same but is much harder to find.👍⌚️
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Good Morning Ladies And Gents. “Friday ”Is Here Again So Let’s See Those Great Wrist Shots And Have a Great Day Everyone.



Wrist Wise Today My Thoughts Were:-Swiss Chocolate





So On my Wrist Today Is My Oris 1000m Diver 47mm

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“A recent study has found that women who carry a little extra weight live longer than the men who mention it.
Love the Oris Neil it's one on my list :0)

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Spaceview Factory Original model T from 1969

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Old 11-08-2019, 07:29 AM   #34 (permalink)
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1974 Diamatic for me today.

Jerry Sir that’s Just Stunning👏👏👏⌚️
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That Oris is tastier than a Toblerone, Neil! Very nice. Going with my American handaufzug today....

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This one for all Friday
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The Monster needs to be let out every once in a while...

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K.S. Gets an outing today.
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It's been a while.....now with added NH36

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Morning all. Beater for dog walking this morning, something else for brunch in town later. first proper frost of the year too.



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TST for casual Friday
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Cal. 7546-6060 from May ‘78

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GTR Sir your concept of a “Beater” I Think is a lot different to most other Members that’s even a Watch on my list after the Reissue Arnie
I thought you said the Oris was your beater? Get it now Sir, it's not big and not small, very easy to match with almost any strap except maybe crocs, plus it goes under a sleeve no problem while also looking cool when worn along with casual attire. But it seems the hype has somewhat died on it because of the pricing.

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Cal. 7546-6060 from May ‘78

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Morning Neilo,
Love that Oris! Very sharp!
Today I am working from home with some congestion, hoping I don't develop a cold.
Easiest reach of the current safe-set was the flightmaster.
Hope everyone's having a safe and healthy day and entry-point to the week-end.
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1974 Diamatic for me today.
Glorious! What a feast for the eyes!
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1974 Diamatic for me today.
Echoing what others have already said. Stunning. That green/turquoise colour on the indices is great. Should be seen on more watches.



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Lovely watch. I do like Aevig, sadly I think that the Balaur may be a bit on the large side for me but I have been considering a Corvid for a long time now.

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