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Monday 19th December

on Mon Dec 19 2016, 11:36
feeling a bit fragile so something small today that makes me smile

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Re: Monday 19th December

on Mon Dec 19 2016, 12:09
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@domecurb wrote:feeling a bit fragile so something small today that makes me smile


Fantastic watch Bruce.  

I remember your post on the Crystron 8600 and how the LED function works. Amazing use of technology back in the 1970s. Very Happy

For me today this Lasser jump hour adds a bit of colour to a cloudy day.

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Re: Monday 19th December

on Mon Dec 19 2016, 20:10
This great lump for the evening as it was set to the right date (old pic). I sure as hell know I'm wearing it as it's so much heavier than my vintage stuff.

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Re: Monday 19th December

on Mon Dec 19 2016, 20:36
@Mr Levity wrote:This great lump for the evening as it was set to the right date (old pic). I sure as hell know I'm wearing it as it's so much heavier than my vintage stuff.

i dont think you would enjoy wearing this if you think your seiko is heavy Crying or Very sad



286 grams Shocked
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Re: Monday 19th December

on Mon Dec 19 2016, 23:16
@domecurb wrote:
@Mr Levity wrote:This great lump for the evening as it was set to the right date (old pic). I sure as hell know I'm wearing it as it's so much heavier than my vintage stuff.

i dont think you would enjoy wearing this if you think your seiko is heavy Crying or Very sad



286 grams Shocked


Dammit, now I'm going to have to weigh my watches to see if any are as heavy as that. Laughing
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Re: Monday 19th December

on Mon Dec 19 2016, 23:20
@Mr Levity Razz
i have a heavier one Wink

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Re: Monday 19th December

on Tue Dec 20 2016, 10:59
Keeps terrible time, keeps falling off and hurts when you drop it on your toes !



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Re: Monday 19th December

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@Mr Levity wrote:Keeps terrible time, keeps falling off and hurts when you drop it on your toes !



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do you end up "weighting" around ? lol! my coat is installed and i am traversing towards the exit Crying or Very sad
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