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    Two handed twitchings

    TWO hands , now who's got any two hander's ?......... (with no date) i.e. just two hands.

    I have one:

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    How about you ?

    I'm guessing the bulk would be quartz , but what do I know - the defakto is automatic.
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    Manual wind
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    All manual, all vintage.

    Cologny by Hank Blanc, on Flickr

    P1011394a by Hank Blanc, on Flickr

    P9072026 by Hank Blanc, on Flickr
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    Two handed twitchings

    So, this thread has been a surprise:
    I was expecting wall to wall dress watches

    Astonished to learn that WW2 Radiomirs didnít have a second hand!

    Youíd think it might be fairly useful for life as a demolition diver/ human torpedo


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    Watches for SALE:
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    Panerai is an antithesis of a military watch when you think about it...it has no running second nor minute dash but somehow it works

    When you think about it,us watch lovers are too demanding...even the military can make do with these watches...


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    The second pic was a grandaddy of current submersible model,basically itís 6152 with added plastic (or plexi?) dive bezel...now if only someone make something like that for current 372 and its derivatives

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