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    #########WRUW Thursday 19/2/2015############

    Helson Blackbeard back on Bonnetto Cinturini rubber today. Have a good one

    Regards Cam

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    Ha. Just switched to my tomorrow watch:
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    Seamaster, cal 562, from 1963. On summery blue leather for this evening and Thursday.


    ~Sherry.
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    Well, since Sherry already kicked off "Jetsons Week" a couple days ago...


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    Right on schedule, Cam.

    I'm starting the day with this chronograph from the Longines Heritage Collection. Despite all those scales and - apparently - busy dial, it's surprisingly easy to read and @ 41mm, quite comfortable on the wrist. The L688 movement is also a wonderful timekeeper

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    Have a great day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    Ha. Just switched to my tomorrow watch:
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    Seamaster, cal 562, from 1963. On summery blue leather for this evening and Thursday.


    ~Sherry.
    That is a fantastic watch and band, Sherry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzmaster View Post
    Well, since Sherry already kicked off "Jetsons Week" a couple days ago...

    Really neat watch, Jazzmaster!

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    Though not summery at all here--in fact, quite the opposite--we are in the Deep Freeze--I did see a robin today. And I felt quite sorry for it!
    Have a great Thursday.


    Jane


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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGtime View Post
    Really neat watch, Jazzmaster!
    Thanks, Jane. I've always loved the design of the Hamilton Ventura.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CFR View Post
    Right on schedule, Cam.

    I'm starting the day with this chronograph from the Longines Heritage Collection. Despite all those scales and - apparently - busy dial, it's surprisingly easy to read and @ 41mm, quite comfortable on the wrist. The L688 movement is also a wonderful timekeeper
    I love that watch, C. Very cool. Here's a screen shot of a Breitling that appears in the 1943 film "Destination Tokyo" -- your watch reminded me of it...


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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGtime View Post
    That is a fantastic watch and band, Sherry!
    Thanks, Jane. Wonderful photo of yours, below! I hope the weather warms up soon, for all of you shivering back east.

    ~Sherry.

    Quote Originally Posted by JAGtime View Post
    Though not summery at all here--in fact, quite the opposite--we are in the Deep Freeze--I did see a robin today. And I felt quite sorry for it!
    Have a great Thursday.


    Jane


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