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wednesday 9th November

on Wed Nov 09 2016, 11:16
still this and probably for the near future until my roving eye spots another Wink

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Re: wednesday 9th November

on Wed Nov 09 2016, 12:09
Seiko 5h26 today its raining so I needed a waterproof watch lol!


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Re: wednesday 9th November

on Wed Nov 09 2016, 12:21
@SeikoJohn wrote:Seiko 5h26 today its raining so I needed a waterproof watch lol!


i need a waterproof watch because it makes me look tough and interesting lol!
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Re: wednesday 9th November

on Wed Nov 09 2016, 12:24
No ..... my tattoos make me look tough and interesting the watch makes me look like the active type of bloke lol!

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Re: wednesday 9th November

on Wed Nov 09 2016, 12:31
Omega Polaris multi function for today. Very Happy

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Re: wednesday 9th November

on Wed Nov 09 2016, 12:36
@daff62 wrote:Omega Polaris multi function for today. Very Happy

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The Gold on the case reminded me of the movie Tron



Very nice and also unusual looking watch I like it Very Happy
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Re: wednesday 9th November

on Wed Nov 09 2016, 12:58
apart from the f300's its the one Omega that i really like, way ahead of it time from the movement to the case..........superb
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Re: wednesday 9th November

on Wed Nov 09 2016, 15:05
Thanks guys.

It is a smart watch both in looks and technology from the 1980s. The Omega 1665 movement is designed that all functions, timer, chronograph, second time zone, alarm, digital time, date etc are controlled by the crown.

If setting the time a quick sharp turn of the crown advances the hour hand while a slower turn advances the minutes. It's not a technique I have mastered but did manage to change it recently for the clocks going back, eventually. Shocked

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Re: wednesday 9th November

on Wed Nov 09 2016, 15:22
@daff62 wrote:Thanks guys.

It is a smart watch both in looks and technology from the 1980s. The Omega 1665 movement is designed that all functions, timer, chronograph, second time zone, alarm, digital time, date etc are controlled by the crown.

If setting the time a quick sharp turn of the crown advances the hour hand while a slower turn advances the minutes. It's not a technique I have mastered but did manage to change it recently for the clocks going back, eventually.  Shocked


i love the early tech, it makes todays look cheap and nasty IMO
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Re: wednesday 9th November

on Wed Nov 09 2016, 18:52
At home after work and off with the work watch and on with the trusty brucey Seiko

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Re: wednesday 9th November

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@Iceblue wrote:At home after work and off with the work watch and on with the trusty brucey Seiko

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a bit of a classic now Very Happy
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Re: wednesday 9th November

on Wed Nov 09 2016, 19:22
@Iceblue wrote:At home after work and off with the work watch and on with the trusty brucey Seiko

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Suites the Leather Nato
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