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    Hawkinge back on the C&B Sagan strap. I really like this combo the best so far from what I have tried.



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    Last edited by Samanator; Jul 6, 2016 at 06:46 PM.
    Cheers,

    Michael

    Tell everyone you saw it on IWL!

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    Starting my day with the Bully UHF on Modena which incidentally performs beautifully when swimming, never put much faith in the so called water resistant leather strap but after a few soakings it's still stout.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Samanator View Post
    Hawkinge back on the C&B Sagan strap. I really like this combo.



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    You would....but I like the watch!

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    Vintage Oris Chonoris



    It's a new arrival and running really fast. About +3 min per hour. Any advice on how to regulate one of these??


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzmaster View Post
    Oops -- didn't mean to re-post.

    Oh, well, while I'm at it -- go Wales! ⚽️
    Don't care much for soccer, but...no way!

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    Go, Portugal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iyonk View Post
    Perfect Start C!

    testing a little batch of material for re-making Michael's order for his BP, and seem to be a good material for CFR's 21-20mm order..
    put it on my SKX007.. what else.. i luv this particular one since i'm lucky to have one that have great alignment and run very accurate.

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    have a great day everybody..
    Yes! Excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stew77 View Post
    These Raven Defenders arrived this evening (already getting dark for the pics), so I know I'll be continuing with one of these in the morning...starting with the brushed ss/grey dial version.


    Looking great, Chris.

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    I have to take a break from my holiday today. We are interviewing the three finalists for the mural today. One is local and the other two will be via the internet. After that we will select the artist and then this portion of my life will be slightly easier. The Hyperchrome will be my choice on this glorious morning.

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  13. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously View Post
    I'm taking steroids

    The eagle eyed would have noticed Jane's is auto, mine is handwind
    correction, Jane's Quartz..

    and that classy watch look magnificent on your (steroids) wrist my friend..
    I'm on instagram: @iyonk_strap

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    Quote Originally Posted by WatchNut22 View Post
    Vintage Oris Chonoris



    It's a new arrival and running really fast. About +3 min per hour. Any advice on how to regulate one of these??


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    I don't know how to regulate that particular watch, but 3 minutes/hour fast is out of any conceivable regulation. It may be magnetized. If that's the case, it shouldn't be difficult to correct. Otherwise, a dirty/sticky hairspring may be the cause...

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