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    Friday Feb 13th- WRUW?

    Wore the Submariner all week, pictured here with a virtually pristine copy of Thunderball, featuring Raymond Hawkey's classic cover design with the two bullet holes;



    Switched to the Omega Railmaster this morning;



    Have a good weekend, all!

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    Wore this combo today.

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    Yeah, that works, Cam. I have a Di-Modell Rallye strap, but I think I'll have to get another. One is never enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teeritz View Post
    Yeah, that works, Cam. I have a Di-Modell Rallye strap, but I think I'll have to get another. One is never enough.
    I need a new one T, I made the mistake of getting my last one with the white stitching and I dont like it as much.
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    Nah, the white stitch is perfect. It mimics the white hour markers on the dial. It 'flows' nicely. Otherwise, get a dark brown Texta and dot them. As long as the watch doesn't get wet, it'll be fine. I used a red one to colour the stitch on a black strap I had on a Seiko diver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teeritz View Post
    Nah, the white stitch is perfect. It mimics the white hour markers on the dial. It 'flows' nicely. Otherwise, get a dark brown Texta and dot them. As long as the watch doesn't get wet, it'll be fine. I used a red one to colour the stitch on a black strap I had on a Seiko diver.
    Ok mate _ I will give it another run.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teeritz View Post
    Wore the Submariner all week, pictured here with a virtually pristine copy of Thunderball, featuring Raymond Hawkey's classic cover design with the two bullet holes;



    Switched to the Omega Railmaster this morning;



    Have a good weekend, all!

    I remember that cover. My dad had the collection in the bottom of his wardrobe while I was growing up.

    Omega also for me this morning with Powder Blue Tang.

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    Second day of AT on croc



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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryF View Post
    I remember that cover. My dad had the collection in the bottom of his wardrobe while I was growing up.

    Omega also for me this morning with Powder Blue Tang.
    Where are you holidaying Gary? I'm hoping to get some shots like this over the next couple of weeks. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by muddy250 View Post
    Where are you holidaying Gary? I'm hoping to get some shots like this over the next couple of weeks. :-)
    I'm in the Maldives. Alas, I'm heading back to probable rain and certain Italian drivers tomorrow...

    Where are you heading?

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