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    Friday 19th December ---WRUW-- Omega

    Let's try keep this tradition going from WUS....

    What (Omega) are you wearing on this cold but sunny Friday?

    I have managed to prise the both the Speedy and Memomatic off my wrist as I finished getting the hummer up and running yesterday so it is only right to test it on the wrist today





    HAGWE everyone

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    Ahh, Clarky, I've been keeping the Friday Omega bench warm for the last five weeks. Frankly, I could use a rest. I've been Sinning all week;



    Have a great weekend, all!

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    SMP this morning and PO for the evening.
    HAGWE gentlemen!

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    Dave
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    Its Saturday here now but I did wear this yesterday!

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    Regards Cam

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire99 View Post
    SMP this morning and PO for the evening.
    HAGWE gentlemen!

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    Love that PO shot Dave. :-)
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    Late to the party yet again ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by muddy250 View Post
    Love that PO shot Dave. :-)
    Thanks Chris- simple iPhone shot. I'm assuming there's no Speedy in the near future?
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    Omega Seamaster PO 45.5mm 2200.50-Cal 2500D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire99 View Post
    Thanks Chris- simple iPhone shot. I'm assuming there's no Speedy in the near future?
    Iphones are great little cameras :-)
    Speedy? Nope, just didn't feel it. I love the idea of it more than the reality.
    When I wear a PO/SMP/AT I spend a lot of time wrist gazing, never happened with the Speedy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by muddy250 View Post
    Iphones are great little cameras :-)
    Speedy? Nope, just didn't feel it. I love the idea of it more than the reality.
    When I wear a PO/SMP/AT I spend a lot of time wrist gazing, never happened with the Speedy.
    I felt the exact same thing when I went to buy my SMP after all your macro teasers, the salesman tried to sell me the Speedy instead- I liked the idea of it but just didn't sing to me as the Seamaster line did.
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    Seamasters for me mate. Ironically I live as far from the sea as it's possible to get in the UK. :-) and I took up surfing...
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