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    Have a great month a head my friends! always happy to be in our small community here...

    i got another DW-5600e from a family member.. she said she got it on close out in walmart for $25.. Crazy! ofcourse i already have several of them.. but i still excited!..
    it the right one where the writing on the PROTECTION and G-SHOCK is till clear white.. the middle one is what i usually wear and the left one is the modded..

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    Super post - super shot - super member Thank you lyonk





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    5600 here, too!


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    New work watch









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    Wore my seiko solar to work. Switch to 5600 for the evening and join the crowd.
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    Great to see you back Yankee

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    Small Junkers "Himalaya-Flug 1937" with a Russian handwound Poljot movement. I love the brushed case:
    Cheers, Sedi

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    Titanium Orca!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sedi View Post
    Small Junkers "Himalaya-Flug 1937" with a Russian handwound Poljot movement. I love the brushed case:
    would that be the Vostok Europe 2434 ? I have seen some with I thought a eta 2824 did not realise they was also using a vostok movement in some of the lines too ? but it is on a par with the 2824 some say ? nice thou

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    thinking about it it can't be a 2434 as that a auto not a hand wound but it was the close I could think of to match the 2824 I had seen ..

    I know they used the poljot 3133 in some of the chrono's they did but love junkers but should really look into them more as they are great watches I glance at in passing
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    The former owner told me it's a movement from the Poljot 26XX-line. Can't say for sure as I found zero info on the internet concerning the movement of this model. It has no quick setting for the date but you need to turn the hands between 21.00 and 1.00 to set the date. I was surprised however that the date changes instantly and not over a couple of hours like on many cheapo Miyota or Seiko movements.
    Cheers, Sedi

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