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    Show your CUSHION Case Please...

    I always fascinated by cushion case watch.. i've handle my friend's 40mm panerai and amazed by it..

    i only have one, so it would be lovely and entertaining to see your collection... so share your picture please..

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    ...might be some others. I'll look tomorrow.

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    Asian cased Diastar 1
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    Couldn't resist!
    There's nothing important to read here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    Bucherer 6952 close1.jpg


    ...might be some others. I'll look tomorrow.

    ~Sherry.
    I really love this one Sherry!... it look PERFECT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottjc View Post
    Asian cased Diastar 1

    You Sir really take this retro watches to a new level... your post make me much more appreciate them and deeply respect these vintage beauties.. thank you scott..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iyonk View Post
    You Sir really take this retro watches to a new level... your post make me much more appreciate them and deeply respect these vintage beauties.. thank you scott..

    Thank you for your kind words. This is truly a rare piece of 1960's funk.
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    Does this count as cushion?





    I also have some of these:







    Hardly ever wear them though, I've become unaccustomed to the size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    Does this count as cushion?



    Hardly ever wear them though, I've become unaccustomed to the size.
    Definately!

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