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    #####WRUW Wednesday, July 22#####

    New arrival is on the wrist, 1960s Girard Perregaux Sea Hawk.

    -hayday


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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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    The watch may seem a bit weird, a style "too much 70s" (which it is) and I can understand that. But I like to wear this old piece

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    Have a great day!

    And since we're talking about the 70s, Happy Birthday, Gnuyork!
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    Old faithful.

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    GP today

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    Give my orange dial solar diver some light today..

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    it wear one of my early batch of strap that i made for my black monster... so far the strap is still intact, since it is one piece solid leather, no problem with side splitting..
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    but the 'wear mark' on the buckle hole is unavoidable... still, quite proud with my time tested experiment.. (i've worn to/ruin commercial leather straps in a coupe weeks/months, so it is quite an achievement hehehe)
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    a bit lume shot, but fail to take a crisp one like Sherry yesterday..
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    have a great day everybody!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CFR View Post
    The watch may seem a bit weird, a style "too much 70s" (which it is) and I can understand that. But I like to wear this old piece

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    Too much 70's?? I can't imagine such an unfortunate scenario!

    Happy birthday, Gnuyork!

    ~S.
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    Basic quartz for my hump day:
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    I hope your Wednesday treats you well!

    ~Sherry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CFR View Post
    The watch may seem a bit weird, a style "too much 70s" (which it is) and I can understand that. But I like to wear this old piece

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    Have a great day!

    And since we're talking about the 70s, Happy Birthday, Gnuyork!

    I love it!! Just enough of everything.
    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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