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    WRUW - Saturday - 7 March 2015

    Good day.

    The Speedmaster Alaska is still on my wrist

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    but the IWC will take its place later

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    and because I'll be out again next week, the Sub is ready - one week, one watch...we'll see how it goes.

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    Hope you all have a great weekend ahead.

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    That Alaska is my favorite Speedy variant
    MB2, SOH, Aquascope, Tangente, MM300, Blackbay, North Flag, Officer, Visitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkO View Post
    That Alaska is my favorite Speedy variant
    Thanks, Mark. It's a fine watch, but terrible to photograph properly...

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    Still Friday night. Going out and going out with a big statement piece.







    Last edited by Henry Krinkle; Mar 7, 2015 at 12:20 AM.

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    Regards Cam

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    Still my Alpha PN - talk about hard to photograph:

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    Unless your name is Martin (yup, the friendly moderator) - he has probably taken the vey best APN pic thus far; check for yourself
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    Wearing the cricket today..



    This watch is easily over 13 years old, had it serviced quite recently. I don't wear this as much though, as I find it a bit small.

    Have a great weekend ahead!


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    Vintage Timex diver

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    Once in awhile you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right.

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    Happy weekend guys!!

    i always fascinated with Panerai and vintage Rolex with distressed and weathered straps... but since i dont have those-- i was looking just for a fun project for my self..

    its been weeks since i made this strap, i was hesitate to use it since like i told before it was from a weathered old faithful footwear... and honestly, it doesnt as nice as those straps that i saw on the net.. =) (it is ok in person, but doesnt seem as nice on foto)

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    yeah, can not get rid of the stamp... beggar cant be chooser right.. =D

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    so today, i finally put a buckle hole in it... i really dont have a nice watch and i already like this black monster on the previous black leather selfmade.. but i put it in anyway rather than put it in the ziplock with a couple dozens of fail selfmade.. =)

    and no, it doesnt look as complemantary as Panerai or vintage watches hahaha... silly me..
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    wrist shot for closure... this black monster get the least 'like' from my watches.. but i share here with my fellows here anyway... thx for looking everybody! =D
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