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    WRUW Wednesday? I'm ready.

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    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Try on my yesterday strap to the skx007, and i quite like the combo... the leather is very2 soft and supple, even thogh not to thick, still balance the watch well and feels great on the wrist.

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    there are some popular inexpensive watches that are joy to wear ... for me this is one of them..

    one more for good luck

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    have a great day everybody!!!

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    Not telling yet, but stay tuned.

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    Benarus again. Why? It's the bracelet


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    Hump day bliss!

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    Some fine choices
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    Skywatch's Bucherer post for today's watch makes me want to wear mine tomorrow:
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    Ref 6952, ca 1970's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    Skywatch's Bucherer post for today's watch makes me want to wear mine tomorrow:
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    Separated at birth? Or perhaps, siblings from different parents.
    Mine says hello, photo from 10 years ago when I decided to refurbish it.

    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iyonk View Post
    Try on my yesterday strap to the skx007, and i quite like the combo... the leather is very2 soft and supple, even thogh not to thick, still balance the watch well and feels great on the wrist.

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    there are some popular inexpensive watches that are joy to wear ... for me this is one of them..

    one more for good luck

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    have a great day everybody!!!
    I love a well made, thin leather strap. I hate this trend of thick straps. They don't feel better to me, and they throw off the look of the watch. It looks great with the 007, too.

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