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    Extra watch for garden clearing as l don't really like nato on my 5600 will get a new strap for it my brother was getting rid of the ga 100 so l gave him 20 tin included is it a bargain l think so never wornName:  20211204_171507.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smeagal View Post
    Extra watch for garden clearing as l don't really like nato on my 5600 will get a new strap for it my brother was getting rid of the ga 100 so l gave him 20 tin included is it a bargain l think so never wornName:  20211204_171507.jpg
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    yeah sold a good few got anywhere from 35 to bout 60 so yeah 20 with tins fine big watch but don't wear that way can take a knock to fix a fair few in my time so got some bezels and straps for them

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    Bought an album yesterday listening to it now, wearing this Name:  20211205_143624.jpg
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    what a competently damp miserable day it's been ant stop raining since 4am and so dark feels like evening not two on the afternoon it's actually dusk round here or how it feels

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    Yes it's cold and damp here as well . Had last week off rain every day apart from one and that was cold enough to freeze ya bits off . Still you have to look on the bright side.

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    Not at the moment but we haven't had snow yet here , but it looks grim up north.

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    we had snow last week

    thought would have a tat lot to play with but still waiting it was suppose to be del by today so yeah stuck doing house work when really can't be ar**ed

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    took a risky punt on a joblot think most I have paid for a tat lot so far ... but had some luck with some of my last few bought . sorta double my money on a couple of casio ones and a mech lot sold three of the four on that one for profit and got one to keep so thought push my luck hmmm we will see

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