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The 7049 was the watch that opened up the door to a whole new passion... (read: ruin!) You have to love the 7a, I have kept myself on the straight and narrow by just going for the 7a28, but the 34, 36, 38 and 48 beckon.

Here are three of the eleven, including one of my grails, the yacht timer.

 

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The watches are great, the pictures less so but here's the slimmed down collection as of today (not including watches in bits :) )

7A28's



7A28's, 7A34's, 7A48's



7A38's



a couple more hiding under the tray



and no collection would be complete without a Gen 1 (or two)



Kind regards
Dave
 

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markmills said:
The 7049 was the watch that opened up the door to a whole new passion... (read: ruin!) You have to love the 7a, I have kept myself on the straight and narrow by just going for the 7a28, but the 34, 36, 38 and 48 beckon.

Here are three of the eleven, including one of my grails, the yacht timer.
Silver dialled one looks great on that strap.

- martin
 
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