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    WRUW - Thursday - 22 January 2015

    Good morning

    This one now

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    and maybe this one later

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    Have a great day, everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CFR View Post
    Good morning

    This one now

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    and maybe this one later

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    Have a great day, everyone.
    C,

    Beautiful photos, not to mention watches!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGtime View Post
    C,

    Beautiful photos, not to mention watches!
    Thank you very much, Jane.

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    MICKEY!

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    The pessimist says it can't get any worse while the optimist says it can.

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    Hope you have a great Thursday!



    Jane


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    Quote Originally Posted by shameless View Post
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    Shamelss,

    That is a really beautiful watch!

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    Omega Seamaster Electric Blue

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGtime View Post
    Shamelss,

    That is a really beautiful watch!
    thankyou Jane most kind - - ps it wasn't when i found it ! mega

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    Starting that SOTC thread reminded me that it has been too long since I wore the 40Years.

    I. Love. This. Watch.

    P1015080 by hankblanc, on Flickr

    40YDSLEb by hankblanc, on Flickr

    When Rado first added the rotating anchor disc to their watches back in 1957 they made the disc out of the same synthetic ruby used in the movements. Sometime in the 70s Rado replaced the ruby with coloured aluminum. One of the nice touches in the 40 years is the use of natural ruby for the disc. This shines in teh sunlight!

    IMG_1592 by hankblanc, on Flickr

    IMG_1596 by hankblanc, on Flickr

    Have a nice day!
    Last edited by Henry Krinkle; Jan 22, 2015 at 01:57 AM.

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