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    <o><o><o><o>WRUW Thursday 21st May 2015 <o><o><o><o>

    I will choose what I'm wearing later (when I wake up on this day)

    It will almost certainly be:

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    (Yay I started a WRUW )

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    optimistic pessimist hayday's Avatar
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    The pessimist says it can't get any worse while the optimist says it can.

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    Have a great day everyone

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    Good morning- bit cool here this morning!

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    Regards Cam

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    My Ranger II-series Oysterdate came home this morning. Amazing service from the only RSC here on the island. New Twinlock crown and seals, case tube, crystal was checked for seating/sealing, cracks/crazes, and the watch pressure test to 100m. He also brushed the top case and bracelet, polished the sides, and sent the watch home wrapped in a velour Tudor pouch and signed microfibre cleaning cloth. And all for an excellent price.
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    I'll wear it for a few days now, no doubt!

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    It will almost certainly be this, Ebel 1911 cal 080.


    This just came back from a quick but complete service at Movado. I have to say MGI after-sales service is remarkable for the Ebels sold in the Movado Company Stores (outlets). I bought this one, long since out of production, in their February sale and it ran like a charm until I took it to the Boston GTG on April 4th. Thereafter it started gaining 20 to 30 seconds a day. I thought it had become magnetised (perhaps by Walter's GO ) but demagnetising didn't help, so I sent it off to MGI. They did a complete tear-down, replaced any worn parts, cleaned the case and bracelet and returned it in 3 weeks - no questions asked. Kudos to Movado!

    I'll keep it on the winder for a few days and time it. However, previous experience with MGI has told me it will likely be adjusted +/- 3s
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    Quote Originally Posted by CFR View Post
    Have a great day everyone

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    Ooohhh La Laaaa... mamamia let me GO...

    it look so awesome that God must be wearing the same watch! .. i wish i could click a million 'like' C!

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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    My Ranger II-series Oysterdate came home this morning. Amazing service from the only RSC here on the island. New Twinlock crown and seals, case tube, crystal was checked for seating/sealing, cracks/crazes, and the watch pressure test to 100m. He also brushed the top case and bracelet, polished the sides, and sent the watch home wrapped in a velour Tudor pouch and signed microfibre cleaning cloth. And all for an excellent price.
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    I'll wear it for a few days now, no doubt!

    ~Sherry.
    Cant blame you Sherry... with that handsome lookin' tudor i would wear it for years! (well, may be switch it once in a while with CFR God-ly Zenith =)


    So happy for you Sherry!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    My Ranger II-series Oysterdate came home this morning. Amazing service from the only RSC here on the island. New Twinlock crown and seals, case tube, crystal was checked for seating/sealing, cracks/crazes, and the watch pressure test to 100m. He also brushed the top case and bracelet, polished the sides, and sent the watch home wrapped in a velour Tudor pouch and signed microfibre cleaning cloth. And all for an excellent price.
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    I'll wear it for a few days now, no doubt!

    ~Sherry.
    It looks great, Sherry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iyonk View Post
    Ooohhh La Laaaa... mamamia let me GO...
    LOL!!!

    Thanks, Iyonk!

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