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    WRUW - Sunday - 23 February 2020

    Good day, IWL

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    Good day all,
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    I'd Schwarzkopf it daily, except I couldn't be bothered with the inevitable explanations...

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    Facing a really2 rough day today... sincerely hope everybody have a better and even fabulous Sunday...

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    Quote Originally Posted by iyonk View Post
    Facing a really2 rough day today... sincerely hope everybody have a better and even fabulous Sunday...

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    iyonk I hope things improve for you and your family soon my friend. Especially with a baby expected. I'm also sorry you faced problems with your strap making.

    Lost in the mail I can understand but I cant imagine anyone not being satisfied with the strap. Dont let it discourage you. Too many people here that I consider experts all agree that your straps are top quality.

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    Have a great Sunday.


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    Unusual small watch for me. ORSA Military today.
    Fresh from the spa.
    I Cleaned the crystal from the inside, installed a new battery and a new gasket, and put a new composite strap on it.

    Niiiice...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    iyonk I hope things improve for you and your family soon my friend. Especially with a baby expected. I'm also sorry you faced problems with your strap making.

    Lost in the mail I can understand but I cant imagine anyone not being satisfied with the strap. Dont let it discourage you. Too many people here that I consider experts all agree that your straps are top quality.
    Agreed. I for one hope you get going again as I want an original iyonk (or three!) having seen so many people praise them - a lot of whom can afford some very nice pieces so know what they are talking about. I regret not getting one a couple of years ago when we were talking and then life got in the way a bit for me. My GS (below as Im wearing it today) will be patient though!




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