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Old 02-13-2020, 10:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default This into that does go ;-)

I squeezed an NH36 into this, gave it a make over and it's sold ;-)


It'll be a nice, reliable watch for the buyer in the years ahead.
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Old 02-13-2020, 10:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Paul I am very intrigued by this mod.

Does the calendar date wheel line up well in double-digit dates such as say the 12th or 24th or such ?

So you reused the under dial plastic movement ring with the 4R35 ?
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Paul I am very intrigued by this mod.

Does the calendar date wheel line up well in double-digit dates such as say the 12th or 24th or such ?

So you reused the under dial plastic movement ring with the 4R35 ?





It worked out well and no trouble with double digit days.

I (can't remember) don't think I used a different date disc.

The plastic under dial ring is from the NH36 (it's not a 4R35).


I guess I should've relumed the hands as the hour is missing some lume but it's original and the buyer hasn't complained.
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Another doctor comes to mind...
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Igor ?
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Igor ?
FRANKENstein:szeroki uśmiech:
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Quackin' job.
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Hot Rod Seiko

There's nothing not to like about that.
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There's nothing not to like about that.



Thanks ;-)
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Very good work!


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When I started the adventure with watches I bought Omege Constellation for $ 2000.
Later it turned out that the case was De Ville, a movement from Seamaster.
Collector's value of 0.
I have been cheated, don't I knowingly know it ...
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Nice work. Based on my experience, I get the jibbies when I see the + - in the movement. I'm staying quartz or solar.
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Nice work. Based on my experience, I get the jibbies when I see the + - in the movement. I'm staying quartz or solar.





Early quartz have + - too
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