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    Weekend is here! WRUW?

    This for me again!

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    Have a great weekend everybody!

    enjoying a 'cheap fun' today... early seiko 5 that use first batch of 7s26.. 19 years and going strong.. keep excellent time to.. applied indices, in-house movement and classic size... none of these matter since it is just.. err.. in fact low-end cheapo..
    that's why it is perfect for a guy like me!

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    the strap is just about 2mm thin.. and wears comfy for this watch..
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    it is so ugly i almost want to spray paint the strap black..
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    got to work this weekend... i wish everybody have wonderful weekend!!

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    Starting off with the Magrette too
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    Probably a swap of some sort or another at some point during the day.
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    Looks great on that strap!

    Quote Originally Posted by Iyonk View Post
    Have a great weekend everybody!

    enjoying a 'cheap fun' today... early seiko 5 that use first batch of 7s26.. 19 years and going strong.. keep excellent time to.. applied indices, in-house movement and classic size... none of these matter since it is just.. err.. in fact low-end cheapo..
    that's why it is perfect for a guy like me!

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    the strap is just about 2mm thin.. and wears comfy for this watch..
    Name:  DSCN1934.jpg
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    it is so ugly i almost want to spray paint the strap black..
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    got to work this weekend... i wish everybody have wonderful weekend!!

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    1975 Timex Mercury as backup for the 1979 Sekonda Strela: things could get brutal on my indian club swinging course :-)
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    Sinn 356 copper today on a grey fabric NATO. Hoping to pick up the bracelet for this next weekend.

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    ^^^

    beautiful Crisp shot of a fantastic time piece TC! luv it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iyonk View Post
    ^^^

    beautiful Crisp shot of a fantastic time piece TC! luv it!
    Thanks Lyonk! Am quite looking forward to getting the bracelet after seeing a few cool pics on Instagram.

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    it is so ugly i almost want to spray paint the strap black..
    You know some people pay extra for that distressed look!
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    Please keep us updated TC.. i would LOVE to see how it look on bracelet =)


    Quote Originally Posted by tempocalypse View Post
    You know some people pay extra for that distressed look!
    yeah i guess so... but some people also think i'm a cheapskate who dont buy replacement strap for that beaten up strap for a long time... (they might be true though =)

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