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    ***WRUW THURSDAY 5/2/15???***



    Have a great day!
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    Have a nice day

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    The counter has stopped MHe225's Avatar
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    Back to reality for me ..... will keep this on the wrist a little longer (was still running, so why not?)

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    From the "Look What I Found In The Bottom Of The Drawer" department:
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    I forgot about this one. It's a Seiko 4004-series ref 0903-7019, dating to 1973. It was in a box of vintage Seikos given to me by one of my watchmaker friends. The case has some wabi, but the brown-greenish sunburst-fade dial is pristine, and it runs well. Look lovely in person, if not on screen. More 70's wrist-funk! I'll wear it for part of tomorrow, then switch to:
    Seiko O439 1.jpg
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    Seiko "O" series O439-5007 from 1977.

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    om-tud2.jpghave a great day and with no references to what Sherry keeps in her 'drawers'

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    Dunno yet, because it partially depends on the weather. Vintage Hamilton if school is in, Orient Mako if school is cancelled.

    -hayday


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

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    My first time wearing this watch on a Nato strap so today and tomorrow to see how I like it

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    Have a great Thursday!


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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    From the "Look What I Found In The Bottom Of The Drawer" department:
    Seiko 4004 1.jpg
    Seiko 4004 2.jpg
    I forgot about this one. It's a Seiko 4004-series ref 0903-7019, dating to 1973. It was in a box of vintage Seikos given to me by one of my watchmaker friends. The case has some wabi, but the brown-greenish sunburst-fade dial is pristine, and it runs well. Look lovely in person, if not on screen. More 70's wrist-funk! I'll wear it for part of tomorrow, then switch to:
    Seiko O439 1.jpg
    Seiko O439 2.jpg
    Seiko "O" series O439-5007 from 1977.

    ~Sherry.
    Two really neat watches, Sherry. The Seiko you "found" is great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeSport View Post


    Have a great day!
    Really nice watch, OrangeSport! I know it is a family treasure.

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