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    Gold Black sun sucker! AL-190W!
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    I'm on a roll right now. Just a few days after buying the J.Springs BEB587 I saw this with no bids and snatched it up with only one other bidder for 130€. It has tritium gas tubes, sapphire crystal and is powered by an ETA2824. Made by mb-microtec under the brand name "Swiss Timer". Not bad for the price. Now I just gotta see how it runs and if the tritium tubes are still any good as it is an older model.
    Cheers, Sedi

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    Tuna today.




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    Black and gold ana-digi today!
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    I used their services since 2009 so the most of my old threads have Photobucket pics inside.
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    What can we learn from all the lost information?
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    Another solar G-Shock I recently revived GW-M530A. A 2012 or 2013 model. Almost “compact” in contrast to many current G’s.





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    The Swiss Timer which runs absolutely great with just about 2sec+/24hrs.
    Cheers, Sedi

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    Switched later in Friday to a DW-6600, a vintage model that doesn’t seem to get the love that that the 6900 does. I’m not sure why. The battery died as I was using the timer for grilling last night, so that will be a project in the coming days.



    For today, another older solar model — the Silencer (GW-400).




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