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    WRUW Wednesday 19th. June

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    Oris Artelier Complication. Since last worn, the moon phase happens to align with just-past-full so easy to set the other features for a few days run. (Recycled pictures, as usual with me...)



    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Morning all

    (Had a new strap waiting for this at work (bought in March) , dismayed to find despite it saying 20mm on the strap back, it's actually closer to 22mm - I've had others from the same supplier and they've been perfect so I'm not sure what's going on - email sent)

    Anyway, it's back on its original strap for now:

    Watches for SALE:
    <PRICE REDUCED> Nivrel 322 Black Dial: http://www.intlwatchleague.com/showt...869#post447869

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    Grand Seiko SBGR053 Nomos Tangomat Datum ​Tudor Pelagos ​Grand Seiko SBGA011

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    Nice GS !!

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    Regards Phil

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    Hamilton today.

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    As an Australian, it takes some effort to find a more niche, marginalised watch market than ours where I am comfortable doing business without much research or introduction. So a brief stroll down the main drag of just such a place has revealed one that I have had quietly on the back burner for almost as long as I was considering this Grand Seiko. The Seamaster 300 60th anniversary edition - on display despite long ago supposedly being sold out.

    The Grand Seiko - supposedly the last major acquisition for some time - is trying to smother the business card. A card inscribed with the first price overture for what seems like a symphony with enough dread and inevitability to impress Shostakovich: watches, wife and all. The fluid counsel of the travelling-staple Johnnie Walker does not dim any of it.

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    Smiths




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