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    WRUW - Thursday - 26 March 2015

    Good day.

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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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    Another Seiko for me, for Thursday. 6139-6005 from 1972.

    Hang on, kidz....the weekend's almost here!

    ~Sherry.
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    its been raining heavily from the mornin' ... cant take outdoor pict..
    this one seem cool 18 years ago... pretty dated by nowdays,-- but still runs great.. i'll give it wrist time today =)
    Have a beautiful day everybody!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iyonk View Post
    its been raining heavily from the mornin' ... cant take outdoor pict..
    this one seem cool 18 years ago... pretty dated by nowdays,-- but still runs great.. i'll give it wrist time today =)
    Have a beautiful day everybody!!

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    Doesn't seem dated at all, to me. That's one of the things I like about much of the Seiko 5 line: most have a kind of timeless styling which looks good across the years.


    ~Sherry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    Doesn't seem dated at all, to me. That's one of the things I like about much of the Seiko 5 line: most have a kind of timeless styling which looks good across the years.


    ~Sherry.
    thanks Sherry.. with my small wrist and bigger watch trend nowdays, honestly all i can enjoy are sub 40-42mm.. i just tried a new seiko 5 and the new one with 44mm and above looks ridiculous on my wrist..
    since i see watches as fun collection, sometime i dont mind a bit dated style hehehe... and the good people in this forum are very tolerable hehehe.. thx everybody!

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    Regards Cam

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    U Bike

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    Miss it I flipped that exact one

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