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    April 8-15... what's on your wrist?

    Today's Suunto

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    On day 4 of a happy five-day stretch with my Beijing Zungu. Over those four days and three nights it's lost 4 seconds. Happy me

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    Apologies for repetition of this photo but I'm still rather pleased with it

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    Going to give this a try
    Lots of old watches, ex mwc vet -Ceud mile failte , CWC ,,Longines Legend diver ., Omega Geneva & Seamaster 300 GMT, Seiko King Seiko plus,, Tudor black bay 58, Tissot Titanium Chronograph. Seiko miscellaneous.

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    Cool, Smeagal!
    Very old time elegant
    What is it? (can't quite make out the writing in your pic)

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    Bulova today

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    Today, the blue ST5:

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    April 8-15... what's on your wrist?

    Off to meet Mrs Wife for a nice walk home and maybe a detour into some emporium or another

    Hard to get a good pic of the Breil as it has a unidirectional curved glass and very shiny bits. But that's why I liked it in the first place.

    Which watch today Churchy?

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    Couple of days of this for the weekend

    I could so easily wear this four days a week....must....resist!

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