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    WRUW - Monday - 14 March 2016

    Good morning, IWL.

    Same watch, today.

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    a bit closer,

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    not mint, but in great shape, for a +45 years old watch.

    Hope you all have a great week ahead.

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    In the mood for something small, light and comfy...
    19 years old.. 37mm, 19mm lug keep time within +3 to +5 secs/day.. honestly it was a $50 well spent..

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    Have a great day everybody!

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    Vintage weeks continue, HMT Janata for Monday. This one is hard to date, not that old, maybe form the '80s based on more deeply imprinted backplate (red seconds hand means it's not from the '60s or '70s I think, before that they were metal color)

    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Verstuurd vanaf mijn GT-I9295 met Tapatalk

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    Finally revisiting some of my vintage pieces.
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