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    +++++ WRUW - TUE - 7th July'15 +++++

    Checking Another 44mm on nylon.. how it fits 6,7" on different angle..

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    but mostly wearing this black monster since i spend these couple of days re- trimming the accuracy..

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    10 months ago i adjust the accuracy of this watch, it was spot on when i put it flat on the table. but i notice it loosing time when i wear it heavily... this time i re- trim it to my wearing style... i might gain some seconds if i put it, but so far i've been wearing it of 12 hours and it seem to spot on... good enough for now and i've closed the caseback firmly to seal the deal..



    have a great day everybody!!!

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    Kind of a bummer few days lately; haven't thought much about watches. Switched from my 1002 to my 16570 on Saturday, and it's still on my wrist for tomorrow....
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    It's Tuesday so got to get my Tudor on!
    The shiny one today.. Birthday shopping for my special needs daughter who is turning 4 tomorrow, and haven't a clue what to get
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    Sherry, not sure why the bummer couple days but I hope all is well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    Kind of a bummer few days lately; haven't thought much about watches. Switched from my 1002 to my 16570 on Saturday, and it's still on my wrist for tomorrow....
    Explorer 3 copy.jpgExp II observatory1.jpg

    Have a great week, everyone.

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    Sorry to hear that Sherry, hope things improve soon
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