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    WRUW - Wednesday - 20 May 2015

    A bit early, but here it goes:

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    Have a great day.

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    No C... it is not early at all hehehe... you're just on time in this part of the world =)

    i've trimming the accuracy of this seiko 5 in the last couple of day.. take a bit more time than usual, previously it is -12to15 secs/day, now it is about +8/day... after this i'll experiment with resting position to improve it.

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    also, just receive the news that another of my strap make it to USA hehehe... looks quite good on my friend 7.25" wrist.. here's his pisture


    he know my strap would look worn out , so no issue there hehehe...


    have a great day everybody!

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    Last day of school. I expect it to so FUBARd that I will be oblivious to the passage of time.

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    I haven't been around much recently; I lost a very dear friend, suddenly and semi-unexpectedly, early last week, and haven't really been thinking much about watches. I popped my Heritage Chrono on its bracelet awhile ago for summer, and it's been on my wrist for a week now. I'll wear it again tomorrow, when I hope to pick up my Tudor Ranger II. A few pics from the last few days:
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    Paddling and swimming around Shawnigan Lake, trying to relax and wondering what it's all about.....

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    Wore this mountain biking today, will wear it again Wednesday

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    The Model 22 is not a particularly big watch at 39mm so this is a great indication of just how small the Peseux 7001 really is. This is technically RGMs upgraded Soprod modified 7001, but, you get the point.

    P5191893 by Hank Blanc, on Flickr

    P5191878 by Hank Blanc, on Flickr

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    The black leather Nato really makes the faded bezel pop on the 5513

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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    I haven't been around much recently; I lost a very dear friend, suddenly and semi-unexpectedly, early last week, and haven't really been thinking much about watches. I popped my Heritage Chrono on its bracelet awhile ago for summer, and it's been on my wrist for a week now. I'll wear it again tomorrow, when I hope to pick up my Tudor Ranger II. A few pics from the last few days:
    THCB swim3.jpg
    Paddling and swimming around Shawnigan Lake, trying to relax and wondering what it's all about.....

    ~Sherry.
    So sorry to hear about your friend, my condolences.

    Do have to say I absolutely loved the first picture you posted though.
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    My condolences for your friend Sherry
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