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    Swatch

    Well it strikes me there's just not a lot of swatch love going on in this forum!

    So time to do a show and tell.

    So far I have this weird aluminium beat digital thing




    I also have an Irony (minus a crown)


    There seems to be some wild and wonderful models out there including some stunning automatics,

    So any pics you wanna show, advice, Internet links....

    Feel free to add in

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    I'm very tempted by the Sistem 51 line, but have yet to take the plunge.
    Apeks | Archimede | Breitling | Bulova | Cabot Watch Company | Casio | Daniel Wellington | Davosa | Glycine | G-Shock | Hamilton | Nomos | Omega | Rolex | Seiko | Slow | Swatch | Timex | Vostok

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    I love mine, it's instant sunshine (and very comfy)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    I love mine, it's instant sunshine (and very comfy)

    Your Swatch always makes me smile
    Apeks | Archimede | Breitling | Bulova | Cabot Watch Company | Casio | Daniel Wellington | Davosa | Glycine | G-Shock | Hamilton | Nomos | Omega | Rolex | Seiko | Slow | Swatch | Timex | Vostok

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    well got a couple but one is in a box somewhere but here is the other one a storm from 1992 and yes very comfortable to wear
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    the other one was this one from 1985 but with the lighter blue strap and face was told the rare of the two had it from new lol

    one night I dreamed I was locked in my fathers watch, with Ptolemy and twenty one ruby stars mounted on spheres and the primum mobile coiled and gleaming to the end of space and the notched spheres eating each other's rinds to the last tooth of time and the case closed - John Ciardi ...

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    http://wristwatchreview.co.uk/

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    Dug out a couple just now.... certainly a fun brand.

    These are from the early 90's, automatics. Back when I was on the hunt for cheap automatics (before WIS-dom, some might say).

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    How about this bad boy? Grabbed this in the late 90's from a friend/employee of DB. This was a special release for the Deutsche Bank buyout of First Boston (I think). Wore it a couple times then put back in the case. Battery needs changing.

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    Here's another one, nice duty free pickup from some random country. can't remember which one....



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    Old pic, but this one too. I'm sure I've got another one or two knocking around somewhere..... I'll find 'em.

    This was my first (and only) proper skeleton. Kinda neat. There are some other skeletons out there I'd also like but this was a nice affordable intro for me.

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    This one and waiting for a strap for my other one should get it tomorrow
    Lots of old watches, ex mwc vet -Ceud mile failte , CWC, Hamilton Khaki ,,Longines Quartz ., Oris 65 Oris BC3 Omega Geneva & Seamaster 300 GMT, Scuba dude,Seiko Grand quartz 6139 Pougue, Tissot stylest Tudor oyster.Zodiac Professional

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