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    deadhead hayday's Avatar
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    #####WRUW Sunday, July 5, 2015#####

    Seiko SKX009


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    Once in awhile you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right.

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    Happy Sunday everybody!!!

    enjoying my affordable seiko 5... the curved lugs and relatively short distance between the lugs for 44mm watch make this one still wearable for my small wrist..
    I have no idea this one is considered a pilot watch or field watch...
    back to leather today..

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    but surely it would share wrist time with its russian comerade =)
    i like this Amphibia with ministry case...

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    Pelagos Sunday
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    Swatch Sistem Blue for a glorious summer day (not)

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    Adjusted in 6 positions tempocalypse's Avatar
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    Was up late last night but was pleased to note that the date changed instantly and on the dot at midnight.

    (Pic is from day one though)
    Watch centric instagram: @tempocalypse

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    Another project completed.
    To misquote Joe Strummer, should it stay or should it go?
    If the supply of ETA movement parts affects you please complete this survey:

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    PR100 today

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    Back on the wrist at the moment. After close to 80 hours of sitting on the table in my studio this is running less than 15 seconds slow.

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