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    What's on your wrist-- SUN 30 Nov'14

    Have a great Sunday everybody!
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    After trundling through all my collection one watch per day, I now have this on for the next four days or so


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    I take off tomorrow morning for my first trip ever to Hong Kong -- really looking forward to it! The Transocean Chrono/GMT will fit the bill nicely...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzmaster View Post
    I take off tomorrow morning for my first trip ever to Hong Kong -- really looking forward to it! The Transocean Chrono/GMT will fit the bill nicely...

    More chronos should replace the tach with a gmt dial

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    Happy Sunday to all!

    Jane


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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    More chronos should replace the tach with a gmt dial
    Couldn't agree more. That's one of the things that I love about this particular Breitling.

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    Sorry, Mikey! I saw this thread first.
    Mondaine for this evening, vintage Orient King Diver for Grey Cup
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