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Re: Watch Rotation

on Sat Mar 25 2017, 19:18
They have but I will say I have parted with one today and you will be shocked when you find out which one it is . I did come close to parting with another as well until a wise man talked some sense into me .
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Re: Watch Rotation

on Sat Mar 25 2017, 22:25
@SeikoJohn wrote:They have but I will say I have parted with one today and you will be shocked when you find out which one it is . I did come close to parting with another as well until a wise man talked some sense into me .


Hope it's not the jump hour watch though it would be more of a shock if it's a Seiko. Shocked Glad that you avoided parting with a second watch today even if it's likely to be a temporary stay of execution. Rolling Eyes Have you set your sights on something else or was there just an opportunity today to part with one?
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Re: Watch Rotation

on Sat Mar 25 2017, 22:33
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Hope it's not the jump hour watch though it would be more of a shock if it's a Seiko. Shocked  Glad that you avoided parting with a second watch today even if it's likely to be a temporary stay of execution. Rolling Eyes Have you set your sights on something else or was there just an opportunity today to part with one?

I have parted with my Sharky but I do have another great watch incoming so I am very happy
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on Sat Mar 25 2017, 22:34
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on Sat Mar 25 2017, 23:32
That is a shock. affraid

Your new incoming must be very special indeed for you not to be regretting parting with the Sharky. Will look forward to finding out what it is. Very Happy
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on Mon Mar 27 2017, 18:40
Had my Adidas watch on earlier as it was gym day today but after my shower I switched over to my very unusual Bewell watch the reason I say unusual is because it is made from wood Shocked

My wife bought me this for christmas so is a definite keeper

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on Mon Mar 27 2017, 18:51
@SeikoJohn wrote:Had my Adidas watch on earlier as it was gym day today but after my shower I switched over to my very unusual Bewell watch the reason I say unusual is because it is made from wood Shocked

My wife bought me this for christmas so is a definite keeper


That's really nice & I like the engraved diver bezel design. Your wife chose well as its very difficult to buy a watch for someone else. Very Happy
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on Mon Mar 27 2017, 19:09
@daff62 wrote:That's really nice & I like the engraved diver bezel design.  Your wife chose well as its very difficult to buy a watch for someone else. Very Happy

I must admit when I first opened the christmas wrapping I thought what is this toy watch but then I put it on my wrist and it was like an instant love affair Embarassed extremely light on the wrist and with being a quartz it has no complication of setting the time it can simply be ready and worn
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on Mon Mar 27 2017, 19:36

I must admit when I first opened the christmas wrapping I thought what is this toy watch but then I put it on my wrist and it was like an instant love affair Embarassed  extremely light on the wrist and with being a quartz it has no complication of setting the time it can simply be ready and worn   [/quote]

Ticks all the boxes for a keeper for all the right reasons. Very Happy I meant to ask what the strap is like, it looks to have the same grained effect of the wood which is pretty smart.
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on Mon Mar 27 2017, 19:45
Yup strap is exactly the same grain and all Very Happy

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on Tue Mar 28 2017, 12:11
I will not be posting in this Topic for some while now as I know where my collection is heading I have some idea of what stays and what goes . The main reason I will not be posting for a while is because I received this today and it will not be leaving the wrist for quite some time


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on Tue Mar 28 2017, 14:13
@SeikoJohn wrote:I will not be posting in this Topic for some while now as I know where my collection is heading I have some idea of what stays and what goes . The main reason I will not be posting for a while is because I received this today and it will not be leaving the wrist for quite some time


It's been very interesting & I've enjoyed following this thread with the potential keepers cheers and the unfortunate possible "to go" Sad watches.

I must admit that I liked them all as there was a diverse mix of design, age and technology. Very Happy

Your new watch is fantastic and invariably when you get something that special it is glued to the wrist for some time. I hope you get a lot of pleasure / enjoyment from it and will look forward to seeing some more pictures of it in future threads.
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on Tue Mar 28 2017, 16:06
Oh you will certainly be seeing more photos of this beauty . As for the watch rotation thread I shall start a new one in a few weeks but do it properly next time with better descriptions inc sizes and movements etc .

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