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    Thank you, Peter - and welcome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter.lind2 View Post
    Sorry to resurrect this thread, ...
    I'm glad you did, I missed reading it when it began.

    Tribe, are you down to the 5 final watches?
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    Retired from Fire/Rescue on 1/05/2019 with 30 years on the job

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    Here is my 36MM 126200 "old man" watch, I turned 60 in late November and retired. Mine has the new 3235 movement and Roman dial. I really love this everyday wear watch so much so I gave away or sold everything else.

    Here is a pic and thank you for the welcome to the forum.

    Cheers


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    And here is mine. Unlike others, it runs +5s/day fast. But extraordinarily consistent at that. Love the blue dial. I've had it for about six years, and was almost an old man then. HaHa!


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    Quote Originally Posted by peter.lind2 View Post
    Here is my 36MM 126200 "old man" watch, I turned 60 in late November and retired. Mine has the new 3235 movement and Roman dial. I really love this everyday wear watch so much so I gave away or sold everything else.

    Here is a pic and thank you for the welcome to the forum.

    Cheers

    Excellent choice, Peter. There's really no need for anything else.

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